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Hunter Dunteman

Digital Reporter

A South Dakota native, Hunter joined Forum Communications Company as a reporter for the Mitchell (S.D.) Republic in June 2021. After over a year in Mitchell, he moved to Milwaukee, where he now works as a digital reporter for Forum News Service, focusing on regional news that impacts the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Hunter has spent his whole life in the Upper Midwest, graduating both from South Dakota State University and the University of Minnesota Duluth.

He can be reached at HDunteman@forumcomm.com, or on Twitter @HRDunt.

Limited information is available regarding the criminal charge, as the Box Elder Police Department said the investigation is ongoing and a 12-page police report remains sealed.
After Aronov questioned the integrity of the evidence against him, the Hanson County State’s Attorney dismissed the misdemeanor charge entirely.
Bud May was booked into the Pennington County Jail shortly after 4 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, on one count of second-degree rape.
Beyond the No. 4 overall ranking, Sanford Health specifically ranked No. 1 among nonprofit groups, best in health care and first for businesses headquartered in South Dakota.
A proposed plea agreement called for the suspension of all time in jail or prison for Joel Koskan if he pleads guilty to felony child abuse.
Joel Koskan, a Wood resident running as a Republican to represent District 26 in the South Dakota Senate, was charged Thursday, Nov. 3, with one count of felony child abuse for allegedly exposing a minor to a foreseeable harm.
The Cheyenne River Indian Reservation may benefit from federal funding for air quality monitoring, but many of South Dakota’s cities and counties have some of the best quality air in the nation.
A woman told investigators that, from age 14 through 19, Koskan was constantly monitoring her via surveillance cameras and GPS and would "require" the girl to engage in sexual activity with him.
Though the pardons are expected to impact nearly 6,600 people, data from the United States Sentencing Commission indicates only 46 South Dakotans are eligible to receive a pardon.
Authorities seized marijuana, various kinds of marijuana edibles, prescription opioids, guns and cash from the Gayville home.