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The competition, of which the band placed third overall, is the largest of its kind in the Upper Midwest.
Parents, usually those upset by mask mandates or other restrictions, let school boards and administrators know, unflinchingly, of their unhappiness with what they viewed as unnecessary and Draconian rules.
In addition, the MHS band were awarded two caption awards, as well as the award for Best Winds.
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Considering it’s a violation for engineers to practice in South Dakota without proper licensure, Johnston, an engineer not licensed in the state, said he was presenting his assessment on the MHS building during Thursday’s meeting as a “Joe Blow citizen” and not an engineer.
“They’ve put in time and effort to better themselves and deserve this recognition,” said the executive director of the Associated School Boards of South Dakota.

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Data released by the Biden administration indicates as many as 42.3 million borrowers could have a total of $685 billion in student loans forgiven, assuming all eligible borrowers receive the full amount.
The fall headcount enrollment at South Dakota's six public universities touted a nearly 1% increase system-wide than in 2021.
The Board of Education Standards, charged with overseeing periodic changes to the state's curriculum, heard from residents at a Monday, Sept. 19, event in Aberdeen.

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