After voters rejected legalizing recreational marijuana in South Dakota during the early November election, it has some city council members curious on whether it will alter plans for Mitchell's medical dispensaries.
Following an executive order on Nov. 29, TikTok, a wildly popular and controversial social media app owned by Chinese company ByteDance, will no longer be legally accessible on state-owned and state-leased devices. In the order, Gov. Kristi Noem referenced the potential for data collected by ByteDance to be handed over to Chinese authorities.
South Dakota has 2.15 million birds affected by the outbreak, according to USDA info.
City responds to downtown Mitchell property owner’s public safety concerns over new sidewalk features
The downtown business owner's concerns center around the slope of the sidewalk and placement of the stair feature in the concrete boulevard.
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When water is evaporating in summer the air temperature is certainly not 212 degrees.
The verdicts against Stewart Rhodes and four co-defendants came in the highest-profile trial so far to emerge from the deadly Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol, with other high-profile trials due to begin next month.
Former Kernels, Jackrabbits athlete aims for career in medicine, military service
David Suarez, 24, is facing up to 10 years in prison for the child pornography charge he pleaded guilty to.
Attorney General Keith Ellison, whose office is investigating the proposed merger of the multibillion-dollar health systems based in South Dakota and Minnesota, said he wants to get a full picture of how it might affect Minnesota residents.
Roubini went on to explain what meant by listing his “seven Cs of crypto: concealed, corrupt, crooks, criminals, con men, carnival barkers’” and ‘“CZ,”’ the initials of a Chinese crypto bigshot.
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