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Federal agency drops proposed two-person train crew rule
Trump administration to pull out of rural Job Corps program, laying off 1,100 federal workers
Analysis: Assange case stirs free-speech concerns
Federalist Society's Leonard Leo is helping Trump make courts more conservative
Barr could expose secrets, politicize intelligence with review of Russia probe, current and former officials fear
South Dakota cattle scheme
The Sorting Pen: Be thankful for the earlier generations on your farm
Pig-killing virus now 'endemic' in two regions of China, U.N. says
Trump Administration to unveil new $16 billion aid package for American farmers hit in trade war
Most grass-fed beef labeled 'Product of U.S.A.' is imported
place a business brief
SD congressmen urge Trump to end trade war after USDA announces $16 billion 'Band-Aid' bailout
SD scenes will adorn Corn Palace murals in 2020
Rancher, former legislator Ryan Taylor joins Ducks Unlimited policy team
Commentary: Farms are suffering from climate change and Trump's trade war. Here's how to help
Planting progress continues to lag in SD
Twins are raking, so Nelson Cruz is being patient with left wrist
Twins bury White Sox for ninth win in 10 games
Kirk Cousins hopes rookie Garrett Bradbury is Vikings’ center for ‘the next decade’
Kernel baseball advances to Class A title game
Class B state preview: Bon Homme/Scotland aims for back-to-back state titles
Pegge Jane (Foxley) Pranger
Marian Maxine Powers
Dean Herbert Fitzler
LETTER: Encouragement of future teachers lauded
LETTER: Dropping Mitchell Area Community Theatre membership
WOSTER: Remember ... always
Column: Soldier describes close calls with death in the trenches of WWI
MEL'S MUSINGS: Memorial Day, it's not just another three-day weekend
A memorable fishing experience for paralyzed veterans in Chamberlain
Bison help prairie get back to nature
Brad Dokken column: DNR increases elk permits in effort to reduce growing Kittson County herd
State record channel catfish voided 70 years later
Fort Pierre Grassland grouse numbers remain stable
Nick & Mary Ellen Weber
Bob and Barb Kreutzfeldt
Jim & Karen Hanson
science - nature
May 22, 2019
Releases increasing at SD dams on Missouri River
OMAHA — Releases from Gavins Point Dam are forecast to increase to 60,000 cubic feet per second beginning Thursday, May 23, the U.S. Army...
May 22, 2019 - 8:07pm
Great Lakes hit record May levels after winter snows, heavy rains
DULUTH -- Three of the five Great Lakes are at or above record high water levels for May and the other two are getting close as a winter of heavy...
May 22, 2019 - 7:00pm
EPA blocks pesticides harmful to bees
The Environmental Protection Agency is pulling from the market a dozen products containing pesticides known to be toxic to a linchpin of the...
May 22, 2019 - 6:27pm
Tick population is booming. Is climate change to blame? Will tick-borne diseases increase?
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports the number of tick-borne diseases is increasing at a record pace while the geographic...
May 22, 2019 - 12:33pm
May 17, 2019
Missing red panda found in tree near Fargo zoo
FARGO — A red panda discovered missing from the Red River Zoo Thursday morning, May 16, was safely returned his indoor holding space early...
May 17, 2019 - 10:37am
May 8, 2019
Larger sediments have attention of water providers
The breakdown of the Spencer Dam in Nebraska had an effect on the water provided to Mitchell and the rest of the Bon Homme-Yankton Rural Water...
May 8, 2019 - 7:01am
May 4, 2019
With 26 percent of Mitchell residents recycling, city dump lifespan diminishing
More recycling means a healthier landfill. But at the current rate, that's not the case for Mitchell's city dump. In light of the Mitchell City...
May 4, 2019 - 8:00am
April 30, 2019
A new effort to save birds pinpoints in amazing detail where they fly
For years, as California's Central Valley grew into the nation's leading agricultural corridor, the region gradually lost almost all of the wetlands...
April 30, 2019 - 7:00pm
Longtime research leader says addressing climate change is the 'Christian thing to do'
GRAND FORKS — When Phyllis Johnson visited the small congregation at Shepherd of the Prairie Lutheran Church in Walcott, N.D., for a recent...
April 30, 2019 - 6:00am
April 28, 2019
New EPA document tells communities to brace for climate change impacts
The Environmental Protection Agency published a 150-page document this past week with a straightforward message for coping with the fallout from...
April 28, 2019 - 12:30pm
April 22, 2019
Elusive red sprites, like glowing jellyfish in the night sky, photographed in Oklahoma
Have you ever seen a giant red jellyfish light up the night sky for a split second? If you have, you're not imagining things. You've just witnessed...
April 22, 2019 - 1:34pm
April 21, 2019
Butterflies were symbols of rebirth - then they started disappearing
A long time ago, as glaciers retreated from North America, some arctic butterflies stayed behind. The Earth was warming and so they fluttered...
April 21, 2019 - 11:03am
April 17, 2019
Scientists restore some brain cell functions in pigs four hours after death
The brain is fragile, and if deprived of oxygen - for example from a massive heart attack, or through drowning - it will quickly and catastrophically...
April 17, 2019 - 2:37pm
April 16, 2019
Electric utilities still at war with public enemy No. 1: Squirrels
Early in Michael Hyland's career, when he worked with electric power crews in New Hampshire, word got back to him that a customer was upset after...
April 16, 2019 - 1:30pm
April 15, 2019
Algorithms gave us black hole picture, she's the scientist who helped create them
Katherine Bouman had a secret: An algorithm she'd developed had stitched together a picture of a black hole. She told nobody except her colleagues....
April 15, 2019 - 3:55pm