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Trump promises defenses to shoot down all missiles, 'anywhere, anytime'
Western South Dakota man gets maximum sentence for assaulting ex-girlfriend
Border policy likely separated thousands more, report says
South Dakota sees ninth straight year of tourism growth
Concealed carry bills move on to South Dakota Senate after tight committee vote
South Dakota sees ninth straight year of tourism growth
Shopko to shut additional tri-state area locations
Facebook disables hundreds of accounts tied to Russian news agency for hiding their identity
Craft beer in SD: No pint-size operation
Funding for the future: Checkoff groups continue to fund ag research
place a business brief
Already reeling from tariff war, some farmers aren't receiving support checks amid shutdown
Barn total loss following blaze
Farm fatalities on the rise: Ag industry ranked most hazardous in the US
Farmers fear another hit as Trump shutdown threatens ethanol vow
China back in the market for American soy with trade talks planned
Can Lynx make Moore happy? Their options appear to be limited
For Timberwolves, just chucking up 3-pointers isn’t the answer
Wild trade Nino Niederreiter to Carolina for Victor Rask — Paul Fenton’s first major move
New Wild winger Pontus Aberg wants to show Ducks ‘they made a mistake’
Standards considered for state wrestling dual tournament
Leland E. Krueger
Richard Clyde Steele
Mary Maxine Schlepuetz
Rosalee J. Sternhagen
GUEBERT: 'You better believe it'
HAGEN: Panic! At the household
WOSTER: A Democrat farmer and Republican lawyer walk into the Capitol
KLUMB: Here we go — another session begins
Commentary: This is why the federal government will have a hard time regulating prescription opioids
Wiltz: A different kind of farm, different kind of fish
Ride Across South Dakota bike trip to visit southern part of state
Brad Dokken: Time outdoors fuels sense of anticipation
A love for the fur market: Bridgewater’s Potter Fur Company a SD rarity
GF&P board revises deer drawing structure
Dorothy Tucker celebrates 90 years
December 30, 2018
DWU men fall to Peru State in overtime thriller
Dakota Wesleyan University erased a seven-point deficit to somehow force overtime against Peru State, but the Tigers couldn't recapture the magic...
December 30, 2018 - 12:40am
November 24, 2018
iPad initiative at DWU changing teaching, learning styles
Paula Mazzer admitted she thought it was a gimmick. When Dakota Wesleyan University announced in February that it was giving an iPad to every...
November 24, 2018 - 7:00am
October 14, 2018
Why college costs soared as more students enrolled
Today's college students and recent alumni often look wistfully to the 1960s.
October 14, 2018 - 7:00pm
September 6, 2018
DWU awaits conference season: Tiger volleyball off to 9-1 start
Dakota Wesleyan University's undefeated start is in the rearview mirror and now a tough conference schedule is on the horizon. The Tiger volleyball...
September 6, 2018 - 7:05am
September 1, 2018
College students say they want a degree for a job. Are they getting what they want?
College is increasingly seen by high school students as a means to an end: getting a job. Since the Great Recession, surveys of teenagers - and...
September 1, 2018 - 12:30pm
August 21, 2018
Commentary: Prehistoric college football coaches are killing players. It's past time to stop them.
Heatstroke didn't kill Jordan McNair, the berserk excesses of coach DJ Durkin and his staff did. No amount of "honoring" McNair can pretty up...
August 21, 2018 - 3:00pm
August 5, 2018
Despite strong economy, worrying financial signs for higher education
Earlham College in Indiana might lack a national brand name, but as Rick Seltzer pointed out in the online publication Inside Higher Ed recently,...
August 5, 2018 - 6:00pm
August 2, 2018
Donors give $102,000 to gay valedictorian who couldn't afford college after clashing with his parents
On paper, everything was going well for Seth Owen. A valedictorian of a high school in Jacksonville, Florida, with a 4.16 grade-point average,...
August 2, 2018 - 8:42am
June 25, 2018
DWU women sticking with similar approach
Fresh off a national championship, it's business as usual for the Dakota Wesleyan University women's basketball team. The Tigers are the NAIA...
June 25, 2018 - 10:57pm
June 21, 2018
Hutmacher hears from top college programs
CHAMBERLAIN -- South Dakota heavyweight Nash Hutmacher is being recruited by some college football heavyweights. Hutmacher, a Chamberlain multi-sport...
June 21, 2018 - 7:00am
May 30, 2018
Walmart to offer employees a college education for $1 a day
Walmart, the country's largest private employer, announced Wednesday that it will pay for its workers to go back to school - as long as they...
May 30, 2018 - 2:14pm
May 11, 2018
Fossum resigns as DWU track and field and cross country coach
The Dakota Wesleyan University track and field and cross country coach Derik Fossum has announced his resignation from the position after four...
May 11, 2018 - 3:50pm
May 10, 2018
Catching up with former area athletes: Three area players finish Mount Marty baseball careers
Three area baseball players—Derek Miller, Deric Denning and Hunter Hallock—recently capped off their careers with the Mount Marty College baseball team. The Lancers defeated Doane University 15-11 (11 innings) on a walk-off grand slam to stay alive in the Great Plains...
May 10, 2018 - 2:30pm
May 9, 2018
Black Hills St. can start planning an online special-ed master's degree
VERMILLION—Black Hills State University received approval Wednesday to start planning a master of arts in teaching degree for special education. The South Dakota Board of Regents gave the green light during a meeting at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion. Courses would...
May 9, 2018 - 9:38pm
May 7, 2018
Commentary: The financial forecast for colleges is gloomy - how can they weather the storm?
As another academic year winds down on campuses nationwide, the news about the financial underpinning of colleges and universities keeps getting worse. Two studies out in the past week show that key revenue sources at public and private universities continue to shrink without any...
May 7, 2018 - 11:16am