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Brothers in arms on the battlefield sometimes become rivals for resources when budgets become tight. The Army chief’s words are part of a discernible pattern over the last several months as he struggles to justify keeping Army personnel strength at above pre-9/11 levels.
By Bloomberg News WASHINGTON — The State Department will give the public more time to comment on the Keystone XL pipeline, which could delay the final decision on a project that has been under review for more than five years. The department is completing a final environmental assessment of the proposed pipeline to carry oil sands crude from Canada to refineries along the Gulf of Mexico coast. When that is released, State Department officials will start a process to determine whether TransCanada Corp.’s $5.4 billion project is in the national interest before President Barack O
Hunger in Dakotas hides in plain sight, official says.
By Theophilos Argitis Bloomberg News OTTAWA — TransCanada Corp.’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline is losing popular support in Canada, a development that could embolden opponents of the project, according to a poll released Wednesday by Nanos Research Group. Canadian support for the $5.4 billion link between Alberta’s oil sands and Gulf Coast refineries has declined to 52 percent in December from 68 percent in April, while opposition has increased to 40 percent from 28 percent. The survey of 1,000 Canadians taken between Dec. 14 and Dec.
The following cases were among those heard Tuesday during a circuit court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center in Mitchell. Chelsey Lutz, 21, of Mitchell, admitted to violating her probation by drinking alcohol, using Oxycodone and smoking marijuana, and being dismissed from James Valley Drug Court.
Mitchell area in high wind warning issued by National Weather Service.
Mitchell Police Department CAD Press Log 1/15/2014 From: 1/14/2014
Medicaid expansion meets needs of many South Dakotans with no access to health care.
The old scoreboard at Joe Quintal Field has seen a few football games, for sure. Too many, probably, and the time has come for the relic to be removed. The problem? It’s old, having stood behind the west end zone since approximately 1984. It’s so old that it’s difficult to find replacement parts for it. And it’s outdated. It doesn’t have video capability, and it’s rather boring to look at.
The following cases were among those heard Tuesday during a circuit court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center in Mitchell: Benjamin Amadon, 19, of Woonsocket, denied he violated his probation.