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Senate panel to probe claim that Rosenstein raised possibility of Trump ouster
White House defends Trump's emergency declarations amid lawsuits, political battles
Mitchell gets 3.5 inches snow over weekend — more snow on the way
Lawmakers spar over potential reduction in sales tax rate
Study shows just how violent Bakken became as oil drilling surged in North Dakota, Montana
Digital brands are booming. Can they save malls?
Analysis: Amazon paid no federal taxes on $11.2 billion in profits last year
Facebook to consider removing or demoting anti-vaccination recommendations
Mount Vernon welcomes new bar
Family makes tough decision to sell cows
place a business brief
Economic trends turn downward for farmers
Wet year may lead to late seed buying, planting
NOEM: Advancing agriculture for South Dakota
Knutson: Food trends include shame and virtue
Freeze adds layer of complication for farmers, livestock
Mitchell takes third at Region 3A meet as 12 qualify for state
Area basketball roundup: No. 4 Bridgewater-Emery takes down No. 1 Viborg-Hurley
Roosevelt slices through Kernel defense in rout
Marlin 14U girls take second at state tournament
No. 1 O'Gorman snaps Mitchell's winning streak at six
Phyllis Dorothy (Carlson) Moe
Todd Alan Tecklenburg
Commentary: How to screw up an emergency declaration in 10 easy steps
LETTER: A promise on guns that was kept
Commentary: How many more lives must be lost?
LETTER: Public involvement in Legislative process does matter
LETTER: A response to technical education funding
'Duck Dynasty' cast members visit the frozen north
Dokken: Staying in during bad weather is easier today
Carefully, anglers journey out on Lake Superior ice: Lake trout, coho and herring coming with early ice off Duluth
New deer license plan seeks right mix for hunters
Deer disease seen as threat to humans: Experts compare CWD with resilient mad cow virus
DeWayne and Cynthia Delzer 50th Anniversary
November 2, 2018
New study: Almost half of borrowers will default on student loans in coming years
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- If you feel like you may never pay off your student loans, you’re not alone -- over 1 million people default on their student...
November 2, 2018 - 4:05pm
August 25, 2018
Across South Dakota, thousands of school lunch accounts carry a negative balance
Imagine if every public school in South Dakota gave every one of its students free lunch for a day. That may seem implausible, but as far as...
August 25, 2018 - 7:00am
June 17, 2018
First-time homebuyers should get pre-approved, expect quick process
ST. PAUL—Texas transplants Ashlea and Nick Garrison attended a Twin Cities homebuying class on a Saturday in early May. The couple met...
June 17, 2018 - 6:45am
June 14, 2018
Trump administration undermined student debt relief unit while claims mounted, watchdog finds
As thousands of applications for student debt forgiveness poured into the U.S. Education Department, the Trump administration cut the staff working on the claims and ordered a halt to an overhaul of the system, according to the agency's inspector general. The result: Claims lingered...
June 14, 2018 - 7:50am
April 21, 2018
AgweekTV: Sczepanski Farm Insolvency
A large scale farmer in the Stephen, Minnesota area, has gone out of business, leaving lots of debt behind. Watch the full episode of AgweekTV...
April 21, 2018 - 8:30am
September 7, 2017
$3.3M collected in first year of state debt recovery efforts
PIERRE, (AP) — A collections program meant to recover money owed to state agencies and programs has recovered more than $3.3 million in its first year. The Bureau of Administration released a report Thursday saying that $7.6 million in payment plans were also established in the...
September 7, 2017 - 11:56am
September 6, 2017
Siding with Democrats, President Trump agrees to 3-month debt-limit rise
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump, siding with Democrats over his fellow Republicans, said he agreed on Wednesday, Sept. 6, with lawmakers...
September 6, 2017 - 1:33pm
January 14, 2016
Mitchell debt limit, sales tax revenue set to increase
Mitchell's borrowing limit is set to increase, according to a public financing specialist. Toby Morris, of Dougherty & Company LLC, spoke to the City Council for about 90 minutes to walk the city's representatives through a general debt and sales tax overview. While Mitchell's net...
January 14, 2016 - 8:46pm
February 13, 2015
Freshman US Sen. Mike Rounds ends 2014 with $136,000 in debt
PIERRE (AP) — The high-profile campaign of freshman U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds has ended 2014 with about $80,000 in the bank and $136,000 in debt. Recently...
February 13, 2015 - 9:26pm
Occupy Wall Street pays off $15 million of Americans’ debt
By Elizabeth Dilts An Occupy Wall Street spin-off group has bought up $14.7 million worth of Americans’ personal medical debt and forgiven it over the last year as part of its Rolling Jubilee project, the group announced Monday. The Rolling Jubilee project, organized by Occupy...
November 13, 2013 - 1:56pm
October 5, 2013
City of Mitchell's debt grows to $38 million
The city of Mitchell’s debt will be a projected $3.2 million higher this year compared to last year, but that hasn’t fazed city officials, who say the city remains in a strong financial position. The city’s total debt, excluding interest, is projected to be $37.62 million...
October 5, 2013 - 8:20am
February 20, 2013
SD won't call for constitutional convention
PIERRE -- The Legislature's battle over pursuing a federal balanced-budget amendment ended Tuesday as the final measure died like those before...
February 20, 2013 - 6:52am
January 17, 2013
Thune rises as Congress falls
At the end of a packed town hall discussion where he decried America's debt, Sen. John Thune's most vexing problem arose. It was a Social Security...
January 17, 2013 - 10:47pm
November 19, 2012
AARP flexes political muscle in debt talks
WASHINGTON -- AARP, the lobbying powerhouse for older Americans, last year made a dramatic concession.
November 19, 2012 - 6:39am
October 26, 2012
Voters will decide whether to require balanced budget
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fourth in a series of stories about the four constitutional amendments, two referred laws and one initiated law that South Dakota voters will consider on the Nov.
October 26, 2012 - 7:35am