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South Dakota Legislators introduce bill that could put question of term limits to voters
South Dakota Senate votes to support Thune, Rounds' votes on Kavanaugh
Man pleads guilty to indecent exposure involving 9-year-old
Man traveling north on U.S. highway in SD told officer he was going to Iowa — then arrested for DUI
Davison County Magistrate Court Dec. 3-17
Mitchell store to stay open following Shopko bankruptcy announcement
Farm Service Agency offices to reopen for three days
Former pawn shop on Main to be demolished
Schlecht: Enjoying a Montana winter in North Dakota
Netflix raises prices $1 to $2 to pay for original content
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
How will Timberwolves bounce back from 42-point beatdown?
Wild’s Eric Staal finally smiling after ending 9-game scoring drought
Former Vikings offensive coordinators hired for same roles
Michigan's Harbaugh offers scholarship to seventh-grade QB
Twins trade pitcher Curtiss for 18-year-old infielder
Mary Maxine Schlepuetz
Rosalee J. Sternhagen
Raymond A. Soukup
Irene H. Schortzman
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
LETTER: Mayor has shown good leadership
LETTER: Mixed feelings on political letter policy
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
January 4, 2019
Bills on special ed, abortion, guns and energy up for consideration ahead of SD legislative session
PIERRE, S.D. — Legislators will be returning to Pierre in just a few short days and it looks like they’ve already got a full plate of bills...
January 4, 2019 - 6:42pm
October 7, 2018
Official says graduation changes limit special ed students
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Sioux Falls' school board president is concerned that statewide graduation requirement changes will limit opportunities...
October 7, 2018 - 3:53pm
September 11, 2018
Legislators recommend changes to state's special-education laws
PIERRE — Several proposals that would alter some parts of South Dakota's system for funding special education, and also set the stage for bigger potential changes in the next few years, advanced Tuesday to the Legislature's Executive Board. The board will decide whether the...
September 11, 2018 - 10:26pm
June 13, 2018
Schools, lawmakers discuss funding ideas on special ed
PIERRE — The president for the South Dakota School Superintendents Association suggested Wednesday a way state lawmakers could add money...
June 13, 2018 - 10:54pm
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
September 14, 2017
Trends are heading wrong ways among special education students
Graduation and dropout rates went a bit askew for students with disabilities during the past academic year in South Dakota, a state government...
September 14, 2017 - 4:02pm
May 8, 2017
'A great tribute,' as board recognizes special ed director's honor
For special education, the Mitchell School District is served by the best administrator in the state. Tracy Christensen was recently named the...
May 8, 2017 - 8:35pm
March 22, 2017
MHS students create project to raise awareness, support those with intellectual disabilities
Four Mitchell High School students are shedding light on people with intellectual disabilities — and the reaction has been overwhelmingly...
March 22, 2017 - 5:00pm
March 5, 2015
'Spread the word to End the Word'
Dakota Wesleyan University students Aisha Abbink, left, Sam Geiman, center, and Matt Henriksen, with the special education department, register...
March 5, 2015 - 1:27pm