PIERRE — There’s no rule or policy prohibiting it, so the state Transportation Commission agreed Thursday to naming a second segment of highway in honor of the South Dakota American Legion. This time it’s the restored two-lane bridge that connects Chamberlain and Oacoma.
State officials join forces on new education council.
PIERRE — The Legislature’s Executive Board chose a subcommittee Monday to start the search for a new director of its professional staff. The subcommittee will have four legislators and a business person — yet to be chosen — as its voting members.
Executive Committee removes EB-5 item from agenda.
SD got played as hicks, needs to send right message.
No further state action anticipated on redirection of $550K Rounds grant.
Gov. Rounds signed $1 million grant letter during last month in office; Benda picked up check in Capitol and hand delivered it to Northern Beef in Aberdeen.
High numbers seen despite looming cut to federal biofuels program.
PIERRE — Six South Dakota communities received approval for grants Tuesday from the state Board of Economic Development. The funds were awarded under the new Building South Dakota Fund created by the Legislature last winter. The state board approved economic development partnership grants for staff, training and equipment purposes of $52,230 for the Faulkton area program; $21,700 for the Gettysburg-Whitlock Bay Development Corp.; $62,275 for the Lake Francis Case Development Corp.; and $54,000 for the Wounded Knee Development Corp. The board also awarded two infrastructure impr
Commission adopts 20-point plan, including smaller cut for government.