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Concealed carry bills move on to South Dakota Senate after tight committee vote
Mitchell forecasted for as much as 8 inches of snow Friday
Trump fires back at Pelosi, says he's 'postponing' her overseas travel
Noem picks Pierre-area lawyer for deputy general counsel
TSA says financial stress of shutdown is forcing growing number of officers to stay home
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
Mitchell store to stay open following Shopko bankruptcy announcement
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
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
SDHSAA turns down $20,000 — for now
BEE’s VanLeur is finalist for national award
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
November 26, 2017
Firm gets 700 applications for pink slime' worker aid fund
DAKOTA DUNES (AP) — A South Dakota meat producer has received 700 applications for aid from former workers. The Dakota Dunes-based company...
November 26, 2017 - 4:03pm
November 15, 2017
'Pink slime' worker aid fund applications due Saturday
DAKOTA DUNES (AP) — An aid fund application deadline is looming for workers laid off by South Dakota meat producer Beef Products Inc. The Dakota...
November 15, 2017 - 11:30am
June 6, 2017
Meat producer's attorney: ABC reports nearly ended business
ELK POINT (AP) — A more than $1 billion defamation trial over ABC news reports on a South Dakota meat producer's lean, finely textured beef product started Monday with attorneys giving different versions of the company's decline. Dakota Dunes-based Beef Products Inc. sued the television...
June 6, 2017 - 10:44am
January 9, 2014
2-year-old survives in car while mom worked at Dakota Dunes
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — Authorities say a 2-year-old Nebraska girl has survived nine cold hours alone in a car parked outside her mother's workplace in Dakota Dunes. The Sioux City Journal says the girl was treated and released on Tuesday from a Sioux City hospital. Authorities...
January 9, 2014 - 3:15pm
April 23, 2013
BPI agrees to pay $450,000 pollution penalty
WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) -- The Environmental Protection Agency says Beef Products Inc. has agreed to pay a $450,000 civil penalty to settle an alleged violation of the Clean Air Act at its now-closed Waterloo plant. The EPA announced the settlement Tuesday, stating in a news release...
April 23, 2013 - 5:17pm
August 27, 2012
Iowa teen dies when thrown from pickup truck bed in Dakota Dunes
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) -- A 15-year-old Iowa girl died after she was thrown out of the bed of the pickup truck she was riding in. Authorities tell the media that Alexi Vaul, of Sioux City, died Saturday after an accident in Dakota Dunes. Authorities say Vaul was riding in the back...
August 27, 2012 - 1:59pm
June 1, 2012
Nonmembers of Dakota Dunes golf club upset at having to pay for levee on holes 17, 18
DAKOTA DUNES (AP) -- Officials in Dakota Dunes are working to build a permanent levee to prevent a repeat of last year's devastating flooding, but some people aren't happy with having to pay for it. Residents of the area built up around the Dakota Dunes Country Club are being asked...
June 1, 2012 - 2:16pm
April 6, 2012
WOSTER: Easter brings renewal on the Missouri River
If Easter is a time of renewal, then my home community and its sister city across the Missouri River are deep into the season. Pierre and Fort...
April 6, 2012 - 5:06pm
March 15, 2012
'Pink slime' becomes rallying cry for activists
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- "Pink slime" just went from a simmer to a boil. In less than a week this month, the stomach-turning epithet for ammonia-treated...
March 15, 2012 - 10:00am
November 25, 2011
Dakota Dunes family finds bison bones in backyard
DAKOTA DUNES (AP) -- A Dakota Dunes family forced to evacuate their home during this summer's flooding has found a surprise in their backyard: bison bones. Robert Hwang tells the media that his backyard backs right up to the Missouri River. Hwang was fishing recently when he looked...
November 25, 2011 - 2:19pm
October 17, 2011
Iowa man dies in weekend rollover on I-29 near Dakota Dunes
DAKOTA DUNES (AP) -- An Iowa man died after a one-vehicle crash in southeast South Dakota over the weekend. The Highway Patrol says a van driven by 22-year-old Todde Berrios of Sioux City, Iowa, went off Interstate 29 on a curve near Dakota Dunes on Saturday morning and rolled. Berrios...
October 17, 2011 - 10:48am
September 16, 2011
Evacuated residents return to Dakota Dunes
DAKOTA DUNES (AP) -- Dakota Dunes residents who evacuated in early June when the Missouri River began swelling out of its banks are finally heading back to their homes. Steve Long, the Dakota Dunes public information officer, said it's a major moment for residents who have waited...
September 16, 2011 - 1:21pm
September 1, 2011
Salvation Army to organize volunteers in Dakota Dunes
DAKOTA DUNES (AP) -- The Salvation Army is organizing an army of volunteers to help clean up the mess left by Missouri River flooding in the Dakota Dunes area. Capt. Von Vandiver with the Siouxland Salvation Army said the organization will serve as the hub of a hub-and-spoke...
September 1, 2011 - 11:55am
June 16, 2011
Dakota Dunes levee repaired, Exit One on I-29 re-opened
DAKOTA DUNES - Response workers are continuing to repair an erosion problem identified on a section of the Dakota Dunes levee Thursday morning. To facilitate those repairs, Exit 1 on Interstate 29 was temporarily closed. That exit has been re-opened to traffic. Officials say a scouring...
June 16, 2011 - 4:03pm
Residential traffic into Dakota Dunes has been delayed
DAKOTA DUNES - The scheduled resumption of residential traffic into Dakota Dunes today is being delayed due to repair work on a section of the southern levee. Exit 1 on Interstate 29 into Dakota Dunes is closed to all residential and other traffic, except trucks, to allow for the...
June 16, 2011 - 2:12pm