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Some Fear that Opioid Deaths Might Rebound During PandemicSome Fear that Opioid Deaths Might Rebound During Pandemic SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The coronavirus pandemic has pushed unemployment rates in many states to record highs, and health policy groups worry it could mean an increase in suicides, drug and alcohol abuse.

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South Dakota State University Exclusive Reasons Training and Livestock Judging Webinars Registration Now OpenThe South Dakota State University Livestock Judging Team will host a three-week exclusive youth reasons training and livestock judging webinar.

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Minuteman Missile National Historic SiteWhile western South Dakota is known for Badlands National Park and several national park sites in the Black Hills, it is also home to Minuteman Missile National Historic Site.

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Coronavirus' impact on South Dakota's budget won't be seen for monthsIt may be months before there's a clear picture of the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on the state budget, South Dakota legislators heard on Wednesday.

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The Summit League Declines to Send Invitation for Augustana UniversityThe Summit League will not be extending an invitation to Augustana University to join the league at this time.

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South Dakota's congressional delegation requests federal guidance on tribal checkpointsPIERRE, S.D. — South Dakota's congressional delegation issued a letter to the U.S. Department of the Interior and Attorney General William Barr requesting prompt inquiry into the disagreement between South Dakota Gov.

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What's the difference Between Vegan and Vegetarianism?So you want to know the difference between the two terms Vegan and Vegetarian huh?

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Sioux Falls Mayor Goes to Bat for 5G TechnologyBack in November of 2019, Sioux Falls got word that it would be one of just 18 cities nationwide to offer limited 5G service for cell phone users, offering upload speeds that are up to 30 percent faster than current 4G LTE service.

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Noem considers using coronavirus funds for employee salariesSouth Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is developing a plan to use some of the $1.25 billion in federal coronavirus relief funds to pay state employees' March salaries and balance the budget, in case the Trump administration doesn't allow her to use the money to plug revenue shortfalls.

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Four more coronavirus deaths in South Dakota, 57 more casesFour more people have died of the coronavirus in South Dakota, and the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the state increased by 57 on Wednesday.

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The Secret to Freshness in Supermarket Eggs is in a Carton CodeI was going to title this 'Getting Laid: The Secret to Eggs' but the rooster above seemed a little offended.

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Helpline Center's DIY Summer Projects Bringing CheerEveryone could use a smile, a smidge of positivity, a cozy blankie - - or is that just me?

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South Dakota Bull Facility Faces $122.6K in Penalties After Employee DiesA South Dakota bull stud facility faces penalties of more than $122,000 after being cited by federal officials following a worker fatality.

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Drive-Ins Are Making a Big ComebackBut movies aren't the only thing Drive-Ins are showing on the big screen. Recently many began showing concerts from big-time artists, playing music for people who are jamming out in their vehicles.

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Track and field: USD has five named All-Americans for indoor seasonChris Nilsen of South Dakota celebrates after winning the pole vault in a meet-record 19-6 1/4 during the NCAA Track and Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

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Iowa State Announces Ticket Limit For Start of Football Season Including USD GameIowa State has announced a plan for the start of the football season that would include a decrease in attendance.

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Photo Of The Day: Out With The OldAnybody have a guess what these are? These are the bleachers that were installed inside the Freeman Junior-Senior High School gym when it was built in 1993 that are now stacked outside the school as the replacement project is underway.

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South Dakota Ranks Low Among Loan SearchesThe state is 45th overall, but in the top ten in one category.

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Real survival stories: Hugh GlassFEW tales of survival capture the imagination quite like Hugh Glass. The American frontiersman has been the subject of countless articles and books before cementing his legendary place in folklore with the 2015 Hollywood blockbuster The Revenant - an Oscar-winning film based upon the remarkable events of 1823 which left many cinema-goers shaking...

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South Dakota Mushroom Hunting Season Is About OverThere are five seasons in the midwest. Winter, Fall, Summer, Spring, and Mushroom Hunting season.

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Planning for 605 Day in South DakotaYes, there is such a thing. A day. Not a holiday to take off work but a day to recognize the date-June 6, in South Dakota where our phone area code is 650.

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Huron went a month without a COVID-19 case. Now there are more than 100.Less than 40 cases are connected to the Dakota Provisions turkey processing plant in Huron and 58 cases are connected to the LSI Jack Link's plant in Alpena, where several Huron residents work, said Huron Mayor Paul Aylward.

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Jack Link's Snacks worker dies of COVID-19 in South DakotaSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — An employee at a Jack Link's Protein Snacks plant in South Dakota died after contracting COVID-19, the company reported Tuesday.

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Everything you need to know about the US primary elections next weekNext week, nine states, the Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia will hold primary elections as part of the 2020 election.

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Noem Extends State of Emergency to December But Still Doubts Need for Legislative InputGovernor Kristi Noem reaffirmed yesterday that she probably won't call the Legislature into a special session to adjust the budget for coronavirus and recession.

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South Dakota governor threatens Native American tribes with legal action if they do not remove coronavirus checkpointsOglala Sioux Tribe and the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe receive letters from Governor Kristi Noem for travel checkpoints.

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Noem Loosening Grip on Some Federal Coronavirus AidGovernor Kristi Noem is finally getting around to spending some of the $1.25 billion South Dakota received from Uncle Sam to respond to pandemic needs.

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SDGOP Follows Democrats in Moving Convention OnlineSouth Dakota Republicans are showing a little good sense on coronavirus. Following the lead of South Dakota Democrats, the SDGOP is moving its June convention online.

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4 new COVID-19 deaths confirmed in South DakotaSouth Dakota recorded four new COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday, though active cases in the state continued to drop.

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Four more coronavirus deaths in South Dakota, 57 more casesFour more people have died of the coronavirus in South Dakota, and the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the state increased by 57 on Wednesday.

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South Dakota reports 57 new COVID-19 cases, 4 additional deathsOfficials say 101 residents remain hospitalized due to the virus. A total of 391 South Dakotans have been hospitalized due to the virus.

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South Dakota high school sports: Vote for your favorite plays from 2019-20The COVID-19 crisis may have taken away state hoops and spring activities, but it won't put a damper on the Argus Leader Play of the Year competition.

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South Dakota governor discusses relief funds coming to stateThat's the $1.25 billion from the federal coronavirus relief fund. She says discussions are continuing with the federal government.

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South Dakota reports 95 new cases of COVID-19, no deathsSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota health officials reported 95 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sunday but no new deaths tied to the ; Health officials said 3,260 of the state's 4,563 coronavirus cases have been reported in Minnehaha County, which is South Dakota's most populous county and the location of a large outbreak at a pork processing...

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South Dakota REA Official Pleased SBA Clarifying PPP RulesThe Small Business Administration has published in the Federal Register a clarification of the Paycheck Protection Program.

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South Dakota Gas Prices Heading Back to $2 MarkAs the number of people heading back to work and moving around a lot more after locking down at home for a couple of months due to COVID-19, the price of gas is also moving upward.

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South Dakota Universities Planning on Fall SportsThe South Dakota Board of Regents was updated last week about plans by the six universities to reopen and begin fall classes.

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South Dakota Crop Progress and Conditions Update: 05.24.2020For the week ending May 24, 2020, there were about 5 days suitable for fieldwork in North Dakota, according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service.

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Football: Iowa State to limit attendance for season opener vs. South DakotaA rainbow lights up the sky during a lightning delay at the Cy-Hawk football game at Jack Trice Stadium on Saturday, Sept.

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Western South Dakota aquaponic farm floats fresh foodA Butte County couple is putting fish to work in a new aquaponic greenhouse, growing fresh, locally-grown lettuce that now lines Northern Hills grocery shelves.

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Coronavirus cases increase by 67 in South Dakota, no new deaths reportedXThe number of confirmed coronavirus cases in South Dakota increased by 67 on Tuesday and no new deaths were reported.

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Three GOP Legislative Candidates Among Defendants Facing $75.5M Lawsuit for Black Hawk SinkholesThere's a hole in my yard that can only be filled if I sue... Black Hawk residents perched precariously at the lip of the yawning maw of Hell are suing darn near everybody who had anythin...

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SD moves forward with hydroxychloroquine studyWhile the World Health Organization announces it will pause the use of hydroxychloroquine in its COVID-19 study, South Dakota's trial continues.

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Grain bin accidents and deaths rising due to poor crop conditionsWet and cold weather in 2019 have created a dangerous situation this year for South Dakota farmers who store grain in bins, heightening a risk of entrapment or death that has existed on farms for generations.

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South Dakota Crop Progress and Conditions Update: 05.24.2020For the week ending May 24, 2020, there were about 5 days suitable for fieldwork in North Dakota, according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service.

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Report: South Dakota Has Least, Illinois Most Coronavirus RestrictionsA new analysis of how governors have responded to the coronavirus threat indicates residents in Midwest and Western states are experiencing the least coronavirus restrictions.

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South Dakota Gas Prices Heading Back to $2 MarkAs the number of people heading back to work and moving around a lot more after locking down at home for a couple of months due to COVID-19, the price of gas is also moving upward.

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Coronavirus cases increase by 67 in South Dakota, no new deaths reportedXWatch Gov. Noem's daily news conference in the video player above.

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South Dakota high school sports: Vote for your favorite plays from 2019-20The COVID-19 crisis may have taken away state hoops and spring activities, but it won't put a damper on the Argus Leader Play of the Year competition.

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Suffrage in Dakota TerritoryIn The Moment... May 26, 2020 Show 825 Hour 2 2020 is the centennial year of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which assured that women the United.

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Farmers and Ranchers in South Dakota Can Now Apply for Financial Assistance through USDA's Coronavirus Food Assistance ProgramHuron, SD, May 26, 2020 - Agricultural producers can now apply for USDA's Coronavirus Food Assistance Program , which provides direct payments to offset impacts from the coronavirus pandemic.

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Western South Dakota aquaponic farm floats fresh foodA Butte County couple is putting fish to work in a new aquaponic greenhouse, growing fresh, locally-grown lettuce that now lines Northern Hills grocery shelves.

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Photo Of The Day: Glory DaysThe state championship trophies commemorate the track championships won by the Menno boys in 1989 and 1990 — the pinnacle of what was a long and impressive dynasty for the Wolves.

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Football: Iowa State to limit attendance for season opener vs. South DakotaA rainbow lights up the sky during a lightning delay at the Cy-Hawk football game at Jack Trice Stadium on Saturday, Sept.

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South Dakota schools get $68 million in pandemic reliefElementary and secondary schools will receive the most funding, $41 million.

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CARES Act funds help South Dakota schools defray pandemic costsBetween three federal funds , South Dakota public schools will receive about $68 million, according to Gov.

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Coronavirus cases increase by 67 in South Dakota, no new deaths reportedSouth Dakota has a total of 4,653 COVID-19 cases as of Tuesday, according to the state health department.

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WHO Pulls HCQ from Global Trial After Research Shows Increased Risk to PatientsThe World Health Organization is pausing the use of hydroxychloroquine in a global clinical trial on coronavirus treatments: The move comes after the medical journal The Lancet reported on Friday t...

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South Dakota Universities Planning on Fall SportsThe South Dakota Board of Regents was updated last week about plans by the six universities to reopen and begin fall classes.

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Rural America Helps Big Meat Exploit Immigrant LaborI like hot dogs, but you can't pay me or most Americans enough to go work at Smithfield Foods to make them.

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Regents Easing Pierre Requirement for Exec-Why Not Let Entire Regental Office Work Remotely?The Board of Regents thinks that allowing an executive to live somewhere other than Pierre for most of the year is worth up to $58,250.

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South Dakota deer season applications now availableHunters can now begin applying for a 2020 South Dakota deer hunting license. Provided by Springfield.

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South Dakota REA Official Says It's Positive SBA Clarifying PPP With Interim RuleThe Small Business Administration has published in the Federal Register a clarification of the Paycheck Protection Program.

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Noem previews plan to spend $1.25 billion coronavirus reliefSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Tuesday previewed her plan to disburse the $1.25 billion the state has received from the federal government for coronavirus relief following a push from President Donald Trump's administration to share the money with local ; The Republican governor said she will be putting the funds toward...

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South Dakota reports 67 new cases amid meatpacking outbreaksSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota health officials reported 67 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday but no new deaths in the state tied to the coronavirus pandemic.

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South Dakota reports over 60 new COVID-19 cases, no additional deathsOfficials say 106 residents remain hospitalized due to the virus. A total of 378 South Dakotans have been hospitalized due to the virus.

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Meet an Accidental RancherEliza Blue's stories of an unexpected life on a Perkins County ranch fill her new book published by South Dakota Magazine.

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South Dakota has 95 new coronavirus casesSouth Dakota health officials have reported 95 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 but no new deaths tied to the coronavirus.

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South Dakota state park usage skyrockets during pandemicHundreds of thousands of South Dakotans headed into the outdoors as the COVID-19 pandemic hit the state, causing state park visitor numbers to bounce back after last year's rough weather.

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South Dakota reports 23 new coronavirus cases; no new deathsThe South Dakota Department of Health reported 23 new coronavirus infections on Monday but no new deaths from COVID-19.

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State of South Dakota, Meade County are being sued by 119 homeownersBlack hawk, S.D. - As NewsCenter1 first reported Sunday night, 119 homeowners in Black Hawk's sinkhole subdivision are suing the parties involved in approving the project.

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South Dakota's active COVID-19 cases drop, recoveries rise MondayIn spite of the increase in total cases, the number of active cases fell by 21 and the number of individuals who have recovered from the illness rose by 44.

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State of South Dakota, Meade County are being sued by 119 homeownersBlack hawk, S.D. - As NewsCenter1 first reported Sunday night, 119 homeowners in Black Hawk's sinkhole subdivision are suing the parties involved in approving the project.

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South Dakota has 95 new coronavirus casesSouth Dakota health officials have reported 95 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 but no new deaths tied to the coronavirus.

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Sioux Falls City Council Agenda, May 26, 2020Is it time to allow Downtown Sioux Falls Bars to sell open container?

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Child abuse charges filed against mother of South Dakota house fire victimA Mitchell woman was arrested Wednesday, May 20, in connection with an April 22 fire that left a 6-year-old girl dead.

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Coronavirus: 63 more cases reported, no new deaths in South DakotaA large lawn sign reads "heroes at work" outside the Avera hospital on Saturday, April 11, in Sioux Falls.

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On South Dakota's Sioux reservations, checkpoints save livesDemocracynow.org A standoff over safety and sovereignty is intensifying in South Dakota. Two Indigenous tribes there, the Cheyenne River Sioux and the Oglala Sioux, established checkpoints on roads leading into their territories, ensuring all those seeking entry onto tribal lands are traveling for an approved, essential reason and don't exhibit...

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Appareo completes ventilator order for South Dakota, ready for moreAppareo Systems, a Fargo firm that just a month ago finished making 2,000 emergency ventilators for the state of North Dakota, recently finished making another 1,000 ventilators for the state of South Dakota.

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23 new coronavirus cases in South Dakota; 1,121 active cases statewideThe state of South Dakota has 4,586 total cases of coronavirus infection as of Monday, May 25th, according to the state's Department of Health.

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Coronavirus in South Dakota: COVID-19 cases increase by 23The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in South Dakota increased by 23 on Monday and no new deaths were reported.

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South Dakota reports 23 new coronavirus cases; no new deathsThe South Dakota Department of Health reported 23 new coronavirus infections on Monday but no new deaths from COVID-19.

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Appareo completes ventilator order for South Dakota, ready for moreAppareo Systems, a Fargo firm that just a month ago finished making 2,000 emergency ventilators for the state of North Dakota, recently finished making another 1,000 ventilators for the state of South Dakota.

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23 new coronavirus cases in South Dakota; 1,121 active cases statewideThe state of South Dakota has 4,586 total cases of coronavirus infection as of Monday, May 25th, according to the state's Department of Health.

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Photo Of The Day: A Light For The FallenA streetlamp on the south end of Dewald Street is illuminated against the sunset on the eve of Memorial Day Sunday night, May 24.

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Never Mind Establishment Clause Violation-On Churches, Spoiled Trump Can't Even Offer Basic Management SkillsOn Friday, Donald Trump declared churches "essential" to social cohesion and demanded that governors open them immediately.

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U.S. Dept. of Commerce invests $800K in western South Dakota"President Trump is dedicated to providing businesses with the resources they need to recover and become more resilient in the wake of natural disasters," said Dana Gartzke, Performing the Delegated Duties of the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development.

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Possible campaign report violation is a copying mistake, South Dakota lawmaker's staff saysMiskimin's campaign treasurer, Richard Platt, said the error had never been brought to his attention before and explained it happened when he updated the campaign finance report initially sent to the secretary of state's office.

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South Dakota Junior High State Finals: Future rodeo stars in the makingAfter two days of exciting action, the winners were crowned in all 13 events. Around 100 contestants from across the state competed this weekend.

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South Dakota's active COVID-19 cases drop, recoveries rise MondayIn spite of the increase in total cases, the number of active cases fell by 21 and the number of individuals who have recovered from the illness rose by 44.

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Coronavirus Contributing to Slow Census Count of American IndiansOne negative consequence of the tribes' strong measures against coronavirus: potentially greater Census undercount. Rural areas that depend on Census workers to stop by in person with their headcount questionnaires are well behind in their Census response rates.

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Noem Spins Lawsuit Threat as Search for Legal Clarity, Fails Fact Check on Keystone XL Crossing of Tribal LandGovernor Kristi Noem hasn't actually said that she emptily threatened to sue the Cheyenne River Sioux and Oglala Sioux tribes over their coronavirus checkpoints because she's worried those safety measures could morph into tribal blockades against Keystone XL-related traffic.

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South Dakota sees 23 new COVID-19 cases MondayThe South Dakota Department of Health reported 23 new COVID-19 cases in the state on Monday.

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South Dakota reports 23 new coronavirus cases; no new deathsThe South Dakota Department of Health reported 23 new coronavirus infections on Monday but no new deaths from COVID-19.

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23 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in South DakotaNinety-nine residents remain hospitalized due to the virus. A total of 370 cases have required hospitalization.

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South Dakota Junior High State Finals: Future rodeo stars in the makingAfter two days of exciting action, the winners were crowned in all 13 events. Around 100 contestants from across the state competed this weekend.

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South Dakota state park usage skyrockets during pandemicHundreds of thousands of South Dakotans headed into the outdoors as the COVID-19 pandemic hit the state, causing state park visitor numbers to bounce back after last year's rough weather.

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South Dakota COVID-19 cases pass 4,500, with 1 in 4 still sickState, clinical and private labs processed 1,377 tests whose results were posted on Sunday. That's the second highest day of testing ever recorded in the state, and likely due to results from the state-coordinated mass testing of senior care and assisted living facilities.

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South Dakota state park usage skyrockets during pandemicHundreds of thousands of South Dakotans headed into the outdoors as the COVID-19 pandemic hit the state, causing state park visitor numbers to bounce back after last year's rough weather.

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South Dakota reports 95 new cases of COVID-19, no deathsSouth Dakota health officials reported 95 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sunday but no new deaths tied to the coronavirus.

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JUNE ELECTION: Johnson v. MayCurrent South Dakota Congressman Dusty Johnson is seeking another go-around as South Dakota's Representative out in Washington, D.C. Johnson, the incumbent of South Dakota's at-large congressional district says he has "even more energy to burn," that's according to a campaign re-election video on the congressman's website.

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South Dakota reports 95 new cases of COVID-19, no deathsSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota health officials reported 95 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sunday but no new deaths tied to the ; Health officials said 3,260 of the state's 4,563 coronavirus cases have been reported in Minnehaha County, which is South Dakota's most populous county and the location of a large outbreak at a pork processing...

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Happy memorial day!To my american friends, happy memorial day weekend! to my non-american friends, memorial day is a us holiday to mourn and honor the men and women who have died while serving in the armed forces.

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South Dakota reports 95 new cases of COVID-19, no deathsSouth Dakota health officials reported 95 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sunday but no new deaths tied to the coronavirus.

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Photo Of The Day: A Reflective WeekendThe American flag at Great Western Bank is pictured in a pool of water from an overnight rain Sunday morning.

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South Dakota COVID-19 cases pass 4,500, with 1 in 4 still sickState, clinical and private labs processed 1,377 tests whose results were posted on Sunday. That's the second highest day of testing ever recorded in the state, and likely due to results from the state-coordinated mass testing of senior care and assisted living facilities.

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KOTA Softens Coverage of MCOOL Resolution, Striking Criticism of Senator RoundsKOTA-TV runs a story about how another toothless resolution is a great step by Senator Mike Rounds to mandate country-of-origin labeling on meat: Earlier this year, the Association along with State….

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SD Jerky and Egg Factories Report Coronavirus OutbreaksDonald Trump makes me sick—that's what we should be hearing between coughs from workers at protein processing plants that Trump ordered reopened, coronavirus be damned.

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Coronavirus cases grow by 95 in South Dakota, no additional deathsThe number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Dakota increased by 95 on Sunday, according to the South Dakota Department of Health.

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South Dakota Junior High Rodeo Finals underway in Rapid CityAround 100 young cowboys and cowgirls are in Rapid City this weekend to compete for a state title at the South Dakota Junior High State Rodeo Finals.

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Active COVID-19 cases in South Dakota rise 43, as elder care mass testing expandsSouth Dakota Department of Health officials have said to expect testing numbers and known COVID-19 cases to rise due to a state-coordinated mass testing event of residents and staff at elder care and assisted living facilities that got underway in recent days.

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Use South Dakota model for opening the stateGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's response in mid-March to the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 undoubtedly slowed the spread and saved lives.

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Re-evaluating Life-As-We-Know-ItHubby and I were already starting to re-evaluate Life-As-We-Know-It as we approach our military retirement, and then a whole new level of crazy occurred with Covid-19.

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Redefining homework: South Dakota educators bring varied virtual classrooms to studentsMITCHELL, S.D. — It's been 10 weeks since South Dakota teachers last saw their students without the use of a computer screen, and with the school year now coming to a close and fall plans uncertain due to COVID-19, it will be several more months at least before they'll again teach face to face.

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Is it time to allow Downtown Sioux Falls Bars to sell open container?Across the country this has been common practice for awhile, and with Covid many businesses have been adapting by selling cocktails to go in takeaway orders.

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Backstroker Mie Due Announces Commitment to South Dakota StateMie Due from Swim Torrance has announced her commitment to South Dakota State University for 2020-21.

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Active COVID-19 cases in South Dakota rise 43, as elder care mass testing expandsSouth Dakota Department of Health officials have said to expect testing numbers and known COVID-19 cases to rise due to a state-coordinated mass testing event of residents and staff at elder care and assisted living facilities that got underway in recent days.

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Coronavirus: South Dakota reports 112 new cases, no deathsHealthcare workers get patient information from cars in line at a coronavirus testing site for Smithfield employees in the Washington High School parking lot on Monday, May 4, in Sioux Falls.

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Covid Holiday in Sioux FallsIs it time to allow Downtown Sioux Falls Bars to sell open container?

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SATURDAY: South Dakota records 112 new cases; active infections sit at 1,082The state of South Dakota have confirmed 112 new positive cases of COVID-19. The statewide total now sits at 4,468 since the pandemic first began.

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South Dakota health officials report 43 new active COVID-19 casesAs of May 23, state health officials have confirmed 4,468 positive cases of COVID-19 in South Dakota, an increase of 218 since Friday.

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Dona€™t Mind the Carcassesa€”Enjoy the ForestThe first place I ever got out of my car and set foot on the ground in Harding County smelled of death.

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Photo Of The Day: Rising AboveThe seedhead of this dandelion stands tall above the grass in a large area of the flowering plans near the Freeman Prairie Arobretum.

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Social Distancing? Not so muchMay 23rd, 2020 - Corona Virus, Downtown Sioux Falls, SF City Council, Sioux Falls.

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Active COVID-19 cases in South Dakota rise 43, as elder care mass testing expandsSouth Dakota Department of Health officials have said to expect testing numbers and known COVID-19 cases to rise due to a state-coordinated mass testing event of residents and staff at elder care and assisted living facilities that got underway in recent days.

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Western South Dakota aquaponic farm floats fresh foodA Butte County couple is putting fish to work in a new aquaponic greenhouse, growing fresh, locally-grown lettuce that now lines Northern Hills grocery shelves.

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Coronavirus: South Dakota reports 112 new cases, no deathsOf the new cases, 11 are ages 0-19 and 24 are ages 20-29.

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South Dakota ag secretary to retirePIERRE, S.D. — South Dakota Department of Agriculture Secretary Kim Vanneman publicly announced her retirement Tuesday, May 5, according to a news release.

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South Dakota amateur baseball announces guidelines for 2020 seasonThe Renner Monarchs have won four consecutive Class A state championships.

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Man wanted for South Dakota stabbing arrested in ThermalitoOfficials say they were informed on May 19 by the U.S. Marshals Service that Johnathon Earth of Nebraska could be in Oroville after learning he had family in the area.

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Hour Of South Dakota SportsIn The Moment... May 22, 2020 Show 823 Hour 2 It's an hour of SDPB Sports coverage!

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South Dakota is dying to hold the Rally: Your Letters to the Editor for May 24I am supporting Theresa Stehly for At-Large City Council member. I feel that she has done an outstanding job speaking for many low income families and senior citizens, such as myself who own their home.

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Coronavirus cases increase by 92 in South Dakota, no new deaths reportedA coronavirus testing site for Smithfield employees is set up in the Washington High School parking lot on Monday, May 4, in Sioux Falls.

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South Dakota universities and technical colleges sign transfer agreementThe South Dakota Board of Regents and the South Dakota Board of Technical Education have signed a general education transfer agreement, which guarantees that a student who completes general education courses in South Dakota will be able to transfer the credits from those courses between public universities and technical colleges.

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Adorable bear cubs play-fight at South Dakota wildlife parkFour bear cubs were seen play-fighting at Bear Country USA, a wildlife park in Rapid City, South Dakota, on May 20.

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South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem Threatens Sioux Tribe"We will not apologize for being an island of safety in a sea of uncertainty and death."

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Unemployment claims in South Dakota surpass 40,000The number of South Dakotans applying for unemployment surpassed 40,000 last week.

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South Dakota tribe refuses governor's request to remove Covid-19 checkpointsThe Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in South Dakota is refusing to end coronavirus checkpoints declared illegal by the state's governor, saying they are the best tool they have to stop the virus from spreading.

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South Dakota colleges face vast logistical and financial unknownsThe COVID-19 pandemic has already changed the way colleges and universities are teaching students, forcing a move this spring and summer away from in-person classroom learning to remote education.

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South Dakota Farmers Union considers beef plant purchaseDakota Digest: North Dakota has announced a new cost-sharing program for meat processing plants.

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Coronavirus in South Dakota: Cases in Minnehaha County surpass 3,000Cases in Minnehaha County increased by 39 to a total of 3,017, and Lincoln County's cases increased by three to a total of 190 cases, according to the South Dakota Department of Health.

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Canine teams to conduct 4-day search for South Dakota girlSerenity Dennard in shown in one of her last known photos. A year after she ran away, Serenity's disappearance remains a heartbreaking mystery for many people in western South Dakota an beyond.

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Possible campaign report violation is a copying mistake, South Dakota lawmaker's staff saysMiskimin's campaign treasurer, Richard Platt, said the error had never been brought to his attention before and explained it happened when he updated the campaign finance report initially sent to the secretary of state's office.

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Western South Dakota aquaponic farm floats fresh foodA Butte County couple is putting fish to work in a new aquaponic greenhouse, growing fresh, locally-grown lettuce that now lines Northern Hills grocery shelves.

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A first in South Dakota for Western Dakota TechTimes are changing at Western Dakota Tech. The school is breaking away from the Rapid City School District, which had been overseeing the technical institute.

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Redefining homework: South Dakota educators bring varied virtual classrooms to studentsIt's been 10 weeks since South Dakota teachers last saw their students without the use of a computer screen, and with the school year now coming to a close and fall plans uncertain due to COVID-19, it will be several more months at least before they'll again teach face to face.

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Sioux Falls City Council Forums, May 21, 2020Why is the State of the City address being done in an undisclosed location?

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Virus deaths rise to 50 in South Dakota; Rushmore to reopenHealth officials in South Dakota reported two more deaths from the coronavirus on Friday. The state's COVID-19 death toll rose to 50, with 106 newly confirmed cases for a total of 4,356.

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Possible campaign report violation is a copying mistake, South Dakota lawmaker's staff saysMiskimin's campaign treasurer, Richard Platt, said the error had never been brought to his attention before and explained it happened when he updated the campaign finance report initially sent to the secretary of state's office.

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Tribes and Voting Rights Group Notify South Dakota of Serious Voter Registration ViolationsOn May 20, 2020, the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, the Oglala Sioux Tribe, and Four Directions, a non-profit group that works to encourage civic participation in Indian Country, notified South Dakota officials of serious and ongoing violations of federal requirements for providing voter registration opportunities through public assistance agencies and...

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Hour Of South Dakota SportsIn The Moment... May 22, 2020 Show 823 Hour 2 It's an hour of SDPB Sports coverage!

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Social Distancing in the Black HillsI'm out staying away from people in the Black Hills. If you're planning to take a break this weekend but still want to be and avoid crowds, the Black Hills offer many opportunities for quiet, solitudinous vacation.

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South Dakota primary election: Meet the Sioux Falls-area legislative candidatesRepublicans in the Sioux Falls area will narrow their field of candidates in seven legislative races in the June 2 primary election.

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A first in South Dakota for Western Dakota TechTimes are changing at Western Dakota Tech. Provided by Rapid City KOTA-TV Western Dakota Tech in Rapid City.

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Arts and Lifestyle: May 16-22In this week's art and lifestyle podcast, we are joined by Mike Lee's and discuss his first full-length album, Images of the Past brings us an old video, and Author Richard Haass talks globalization.

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Virus deaths rise to 50 in South Dakota; Rushmore to reopenSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Health officials in South Dakota reported two more deaths from...

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Covid-19 Update 5.22.20-2 More DeathsListen for hourly updates on the coronavirus and Covid-19 with our free branded app.

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John Thayer named South Dakota football, men's basketball play-by-play announcerJohn Thayer, the voice of South Dakota women's basketball for the last seven seasons, is replacing Joe Van Goor as the play-by-play announcer for Coyote football and men's basketball announced Friday by USD Director of Athletics David Herbster and Learfield IMG College.

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South Dakota coronavirus death toll hits 50, cases increase by 106Dr. Anthony Hericks watches as South Dakota Air National Guard's 114th Fighter Wing flies over to honor healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic on Saturday, May 16, 2020 at Avera in Sioux Falls, S.D.

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Photo Of The Day: Stars And StripesAmerican flags line the perimeter of the Freeman Area Veteran's Memorial on Sixth Street in advance of Memorial Day on Monday.

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Search fails to find missing girl, hunter in South DakotaThe search for Serenity Dennard and missing hunter Larry Genzlinger began Saturday and continued through Tuesday.

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South Dakota is dying to hold the Rally: Your Letters to the Editor for May 24I am supporting Theresa Stehly for At-Large City Council member. I feel that she has done an outstanding job speaking for many low income families and senior citizens, such as myself who own their home.

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News: May 16-22The nation's unemployment rate is around 15%, "2020 Homeless Count" numbers are in, Rapid City sees an uptick in COVID-19 cases, tribes maintain sovereignty regarding their checkpoints, and CFAP provides up to $16 billion in direct payments to deliver relief to America's farmers and ranchers.

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South Dakota Corn Donates $100,000 To Feeding South DakotaState Corn Utilization Council President Robert Walsh of Elk Point says this is the largest amount they've ever donated to Feeding South Dakota over the past eight years.

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Forecast: Showers and Thunderstorms Today, Over the WeekendWe will continue to remain cloudy in southeastern parts of the region through today. Chances of showers and thunderstorms will also increase, especially east of the James River today.

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Search fails to find missing girl in South DakotaA four-day search in western South Dakota has failed to find a missing girl and hunter.

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Sioux Falls 'State Theatre' Gets Beer and Wine LicenseOnce they open up, the State Theatre in Sioux Falls will be able to offer patrons more than just your typical theater concessions.

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South Dakota records 2 new COVID-19 deaths, 106 cases FridayHealth officials confirmed South Dakota recorded two additional COVID-19 deaths and 106 new cases Friday, though total active cases continued to decline in the state.

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South Dakota coronavirus death toll hits 50, cases increase by 106South Dakota has a total of 4,356 COVID-19 cases as of Friday, according to the state health department.

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South Dakota Farmers Union considers beef plant purchaseDakota Digest: North Dakota has announced a new cost-sharing program for meat processing plants.

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Spring Warbler RoundupThe jewels of the spring migration have arrived in South Dakota.

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The NFHS Gives Guidance For High School Athletics to Re OpenTHE NFHS has created some guidelines and advice for state high school associations as they try to return to athletics and activities.

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Cute bear cubs play-fight at South Dakota wildlife parkThese two little bear cubs are play-fighting, but they look beary serious.

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Why is the State of the City address being done in an undisclosed location?Further proof of hypocrisy. While the rest of us go on with our normal lives, our mayor has to hunker down for his state of the city address.

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Search fails to find missing girl, hunter in South DakotaRAPID CITY, S.D. — A four-day search in western South Dakota has failed to find a missing girl and hunter.

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The 'HYPOCRISY' of Sioux Falls City GovernmentThe right wingers and the media have been having fun with my outburst the other night at the council meeting.

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Grilling Season is HereMemorial Day Weekend is upon us and that means it's officially grilling season. Whether you prefer charcoal or gas, it's nice to be able to get outside and cook some meat on the grill.

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Not-So-Dandy LionAs you might recall, I recently channeled my inner landscape architect in an attempt to convert a jumbled pile of rock and dirt into something more visually appealing.

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Count Jensen's RECORD in the Legislature wasn't all that greatMay 21st, 2020 - Alex Jensen, Elections, SF City Council, Sioux Falls, Theresa Stehly.

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You can ask for assistanceA voter pointed this out to me today when they got their absentee ballot in the mail, this note was included.

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South Dakota AG Ravnsborg Joins Coalition Of AG Urging CongressSouth Dakota Attorney General Ravnsborg Joins Coalition Of Attorneys General Urging Congress To Pass Safeguarding America's First Responders Act - Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg is joining a bipartisan coalition of state attorneys general urging Congress to pass S.3607, the Safeguarding America's First Responders.

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Two more South Dakotans die of coronavirus, cases increase by 73Two more people have died of the coronavirus in South Dakota, and the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the state increased by 73 on Thursday.

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South Dakota COVID-19 testing schedule for nursing homes and assisted living centersAccording to the State Department of health, nursing homes are scheduled in two tiers depending on location and amount of community spread.

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Child abuse charges filed against mother of South Dakota house fire victimA Mitchell woman was arrested Wednesday, May 20, in connection with an April 22 fire that left a 6-year-old girl dead.

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On South Dakota's Sioux reservations, checkpoints save livesDemocracynow.org A standoff over safety and sovereignty is intensifying in South Dakota. Two Indigenous tribes there, the Cheyenne River Sioux and the Oglala Sioux, established checkpoints on roads leading into their territories, ensuring all those seeking entry onto tribal lands are traveling for an approved, essential reason and don't exhibit...

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Care19 app hasn't helped track coronavirus in South DakotaDots show the cities where the Care19 app has been downloaded. The app keeps a list of a person's locations to help the state complete contact tracing if the person tests positive for the coronavirus.

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South Dakota governor asks Trump to intervene in checkpoint dispute with Native American tribesSouth Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem asked President Trump to intervene in her ongoing dispute with two Native American tribes that have established coronavirus checkpoints on the roads in and out of their reservations.

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Dispute over South Dakota tribal checkpoints escalates after Gov. Kristi Noem seeks federal helpKristi Noem appealed to the Trump administration for help Wednesday in resolving a dispute over roadside checkpoints set up by two Native American tribes trying to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the latest move in a clash over which government entity has the ultimate legal authority.

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A message to artists from the South Dakota Arts CouncilThe path of an artist is not an easy one. It takes courage in the best of times and today we need you to be extra courageous, facing our current challenges with your creative spirit.

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Adorable bear cubs play-fight at South Dakota wildlife parkFour bear cubs were seen play-fighting at Bear Country USA, a wildlife park in Rapid City, South Dakota, on May 20.

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South Dakota governor asks Trump for help in roadblock dispute with tribesThe governor of South Dakota has reached out to President Donald Trump in the ongoing standoff with two Native American tribes that have set up vehicle checkpoints on federal and state highways to prevent the spread of coronavirus on their land.

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Ep 50: David Herbster on Calling All Coyotes and more and Mike Mahon walks down memory laneSouth Dakota Athletics Director David Herbster talks a return to campus plan, budgets, Calling All Coyotes and more.

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South Dakota reports 2 new COVID-19 deaths, 1,057 active casesThe number of hospitalized patients was 91 on Thursday, a total of 342 cases have required hospitalization.

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2 additional COVID deaths in South Dakota; 73 more confirmed casesThe state of South Dakota is reporting 73 more coronavirus infections in the state, for a statewide total of 4,250 as of Thursday, May 21st.

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Photo Of The Day: That Time Of YearDeb Beier works in one of the greehouses at Fensel's Thursday morning, May 21. The folks at the longstanding Freeman business say plants and flowers are selling better than ever before this spring, due in part to the nice month of April and people's want and need get outside and do something in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Longtime South Dakota sheriff dies at 64A longtime sheriff in northeastern South Dakota has died. Marshall County Sheriff Dale Elsen was 64.

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Noem: Tribes' checkpoints dispute not just about coronavirusSouth Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said on Thursday that her stance against Native American tribes operating coronavirus checkpoints on federal and state highways isn't just about the response to the coronavirus pandemic, but about setting "precedent" on tribes' ability to shut down traffic in other situations.

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South Dakota's unemployment rate triples to 10.2% in AprilSouth Dakota's unemployment rate tripled in April to 10.2%, and its unemployment trust fund balance dropped below $100 million last week.

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Aberdeen Development Corporation Gets out of Leasing Business, Moves Downtown with Radio Station!Mike Bockorny writes a lengthy column in the Aberdeen American News explaining how the Aberdeen Development Corporation has had to work really hard to save itself from bankruptcy.

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Most Americans Right: Masks Protect Public Health, Show Respect for LibertySometimes a tiny minority of complainers get all the press. Don't sweat the news about radical cranks screaming at shopkeepers for asking that they wear masks as a Patrick Henry-level infring...

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SD Made More Milk in April; Producer Prices DownCows don't notice coronavirus; they just keep on making milk. Here in South Dakota, cows made more milk in April than they did the previous April.

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South Dakota governor appeals to White House for help in ending checkpoint showdown with tribesSouth Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has turned to the White House in an attempt to resolve a stalemate between the state and tribal leaders over COVID-19 checkpoints on state and federal highways.

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South Dakota reports two coronavirus deaths, 73 new casesSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota has recorded two more COVID-19 deaths and 73 new confirmed coronavirus cases, the South Dakota Department of Health reported Thursday.

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South Dakota recession projected to last until 2024PIERRE, S.D. — South Dakota has paid out a total of $4.7 million in state unemployment benefits in addition to the $13.7 paid out in federal pandemic funds, according to a news release.

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South Dakota governor takes tribe checkpoint flap to White HouseKristi Noem said Wednesday she is appealing to President Donald Trump's administration in her standoff with two American Indian tribes over coronavirus checkpoints they set up on federal and state highways.

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Three South Dakota students named 2020 US Presidential ScholarsOne of the South Dakota students includes Stevens High School Senior Jonathon Coronado.

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South Dakota gov. takes tribe checkpoint flap to White HouseSouth Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said Wednesday she is appealing to President Donald Trump's administration in her standoff with two American Indian tribes over coronavirus checkpoints they set up on federal and state highways.

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South Dakota unemployment claims down; still higher than normalUnemployment claims in South Dakota dropped substantially, but they are still remain much higher than normal as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic continue.

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As Primary Draws Closer, SD Seniors Encouraged to Use Absentee BallotAs Primary Draws Closer, SD Seniors Encouraged to Use Absentee Ballot PIERRE, S.D. - South Dakota's primary election is less than two weeks away, along with many local contests.

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Workers cheered as they enter South Dakota pork plantEmployees at a Smithfield pork processing plant in South Dakota where a coronavirus outbreak infected over 800 people saw something new as they showed up to work.

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South Dakota Standoff UpdateToday on the Show: Pandemic break in South Dakota as we feature a frontline update on the South-Dakota Stand-off: between Sioux Tribes and the Governor of South Dakota.

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Workers cheered as they enter South Dakota pork plantSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Employees at a Smithfield pork processing plant in South Dakota where a coronavirus outbreak infected over 800 people were greeted at work Wednesday with thank you signs...

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Sioux Falls Economy April 2019 vs. April 2020Yesterday during the Sioux Falls City Council informational there was a presentation on the April Monthly Financial report.

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Beyond the checkpoints: How a S.D. Native American tribe is protecting is people from COVID-19The highway checkpoints implemented by the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in north-central South Dakota have been all over the news as Governor Kristi Noem has threatened legal action unless the tribe removes them.

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South Dakota gov. takes tribe checkpoint flap to White HouseKristi Noem said Wednesday she is appealing to President Donald Trump's administration in her standoff with two American Indian tribes over coronavirus checkpoints they set up on federal and state highways.

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Workers cheered as they enter South Dakota pork plantEmployees at a Smithfield pork processing plant in South Dakota where a coronavirus outbreak infected over 800 people saw something new as they showed up to work.

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South Dakota Game Fish and Parks NewsSD GFP NEWS FOR 5/20/2020 GFP Commission Makes Slight Change to East River Antlerless Deer Tags Emerald Ash Bo...

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Man wanted for South Dakota stabbing arrested in ThermalitoOfficials say they were informed on May 19 by the U.S. Marshals Service that Johnathon Earth of Nebraska could be in Oroville after learning he had family in the area.

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South Dakota coronavirus cases increase as expectedSouth Dakota's coronavirus case numbers continue to rise and a Rapid City doctor says this is exactly what was expected.

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Firewood from South Dakota emerald ash borer quarantine area banned from state parksThe emerald ash borer quarantine area in South Dakota was expanded earlier this month for the first time since the invasive species was found in the state.

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Huskers add South Dakota grad transferNebraska added more depth to its wide receiver corps for 2020 as South Dakota grad transfer Levi Falck announced that he will play his final season of college football with the Huskers as a walkon.

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Coronavirus in South Dakota: Drive-in theaters reopen amid COVID-19It's no secret that COVID-19 has led to struggles for many area businesses.

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An Introduction to Maggie Oranna BonewitzBorn on November 9, 1867 in Fairfield, IowaParents: John Esli Bonewitz and Josephine E. SmithMoved with her parents to Omaha, Nebraska about 1880Married Charles Monroe Daily on November 18, 1891Children: Gladys, Oranna, Robert, Iona, Elizabeth, Joseph In 1909 Maggie and Charles decided to try farming; they moved their family to a...

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Coronavirus cases increase by 92 in South Dakota, no new deaths reportedA coronavirus testing site for Smithfield employees is set up in the Washington High School parking lot on Monday, May 4, in Sioux Falls.

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May 20 Update: Gov. Noem holds news conference on COVID-19 in South DakotaKristi Noem is scheduled to hold a news conference Tuesday at 3 p.m. to update the public on the state's response to COVID-19.

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Beyond the checkpoints: How a S.D. Native American tribe is protecting its people from COVID-19Editor's note: This article was produced with support from the Solutions Journalism Network, a national non-profit group that supports rigorous journalism about responses to problems.

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Workers Cheered Upon Return to South Dakota Pork PlantEmployees at a Smithfield pork processing plant in South Dakota where a coronavirus outbreak infected more than 800 people were greeted at work May 20 with thank you signs, cheers and waves from about a dozen area residents.

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South Dakota Home GardenIn The Moment... May 20, 2020 Show 821 Hour 2 "South Dakota Home Garden" is a new project from SDPB.

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South Dakota hotelier received 3 Littleton city grants, records showOut of 60 business recovery grants that the City of Littleton gave in early May to business owners affected by the COVID-19 shutdowns, three went to a South Dakota-based company that owns three chain...

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Workers cheered as they enter South Dakota pork plantEmployees at a Smithfield pork processing plant in South Dakota where a coronavirus outbreak infected over 800 people saw something new as they showed up to work.

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More people recovering from COVID-19 in South DakotaThe trend for COVID-19 in South Dakota continues to improve as more people recover than there are new infections; and no new deaths recorded.

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Workers cheered as they enter South Dakota pork plantSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Employees at a Smithfield pork processing plant in South Dakota where a coronavirus outbreak infected over 800 people were greeted at work Wednesday with thank you signs, cheers and waves from about a dozen area...

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South Dakota coronavirus cases increase as expectedSouth Dakota's coronavirus case numbers continue to rise and a Rapid City doctor says this is exactly what was expected.

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Huskers add South Dakota grad transferCourtesy: South Dakota wide receiver room got a whole lot more experience on Wednesday. South Dakota grad transfer Levi Falck announced his commitment to the Huskers via social media.

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Photo Of The Day: Open, With CautionThis building on the North County Road is home to Vision Care Associates and Freeman Dental Center, both of which are now taking appointments to see patients.

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South Dakota to receive money for CPR devices from Helmsley Charitable TrustSouth Dakota will receive over $116,000 to go toward purchasing mechanical CPR devices to aid during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fa Finds New Way To Honor Class Of 2020That Freeman Academy had to scramble on Saturday to adjust its plans for this year's graduation and move it from outside to inside Pioneer Hall is only fitting in these unusual and uncertain times; after all, the coronavirus pandemic has everybody making it up as they go.

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Freeman Public Takes Commencement OutsideWith the COVID-19 pandemic forcing the cancelation of the 2020 high school spring sports season, the track and field complex at Freeman Public has been quiet the past few months, save the walker getting some exercise by taking laps around the recently surfaced track.

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Menno Celebrates Class Of 2020What do you do when COVID-19 disrupts the end of the school year and forces school officials to close the graduation ceremony to the public?

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Editorial: Congratulations To The Graduates, SchoolsIt was neat to see how the three schools we cover — Freeman Academy, Freeman Public and Menno High School — pulled off graduation last weekend.

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South Dakota State Spending Behind Pace of Two Previous Normal YearsAmidst a public health crisis and an economic recession, one would expect that government would increase its spending to keep people and the economy healthy.

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Huron Turkey Cutters Join SF Pork and Aberdeen Beef Workers on Coronavirus ListNow they've got it: Huron turkey chopper Dakota Provisions has joined Smithfield Foods in Sioux Falls and Demkota Beef in Aberdeen as a site of significant coronavirus concern: "Yes, th..."

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Ag Ramble: Earlier Planting, More Bankruptcies, Good Used Tractor Sales…South Dakota farmers are getting into the fields at a better clip than usual, and certainly better than last year's rainy spring.

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Coronavirus cases increase by 92 in South Dakota, no new deaths reportedCases in Minnehaha County increased by 17 to a total of 3,182, and Lincoln County's cases increased by four to a total of 209 cases, according to the state health department.

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South Dakota officials report 92 new coronavirus infectionsSouth Dakota health officials reported 92 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, bringing the state's total to 4,177.

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Alabama, North Dakota and South Carolina are the First 3 States to implement the Apple-Google Contact Tracing Technology and moreThe technology is designed to slow the spread of coronavirus by tracking who a person has been in close contact with.

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92 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in South DakotaState health officials say 92 more cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in South Dakota, though active cases continued to drop Wednesday.

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Mother's Day: A Weekend Guide to the Hills.Was it even really Spring and how are we already almost in the heat of Summer?

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South Dakota Is Violating the National Voter Registration ActNotice to the South Dakota Secretary of State of Noncompliance with Sections 5 and 7 of the National Voter Registration Act.

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