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Saturday is the final cracker barrel meeting of the legislative session. The public can ask questions of state lawmakers from 10 a.m. to noon in the Centennial Room of the Northern State University Student Center. Today, as we have each Friday before...
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Two Gettysburg High School students, Anna Cronin and Alexis Shoup, are serving as pages for the South Dakota Legislature. Cronin is the daughter of Matt and Janet Cronin. Her uncle is Justin Cronin, the assistant majority leader, according to the Potter...
American News CorrespondentGov. Dennis Daugaard’s plan to shift millions of dollars annually from the state treasury to a new fund for grants to large economic development projects received final approval Thursday from the South Dakota Legislature. State senators voted 28-4...
SIOUX FALLS (AP) — About 20 percent of bridges in South Dakota are structurally deficient by federal standards, above the national average of 11.5 percent and the fifth worst in the nation, a transportation advocacy group says. "Things are...
PIERRE — A measure providing $1.8 million to finish a minimum-security prison in Rapid City passed its first test Thursday in the South Dakota Legislature. Work on the prison began last year after extended legal and political battles over where...
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The Democratic leadership in the South Dakota Legislature plans to release its plan Friday for dealing with an expected deficit in the state budget next year. Republican Gov. Dennis Daugaard unveiled his proposal this week that...
1955: The National Horsemen Trail Riders, a nonprofit organization dedicated to rebuilding historic Fort Sisseton, asked the South Dakota Legislature for $10,000 for improvements to the hospital building at the fort. 1970: Extremely cold air fell over...
Considering all of the truly difficult decisions the South Dakota Legislature will have to make this session, a proposed ban on texting while driving seems like a no-brainer. However, according to a recent survey by the Associated Press, only 43 percent...
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The chief justice of the South Dakota Supreme Court says the state's court system has worked hard to cut spending, but further cuts could cripple the judicial system's ability to provide essential services. Justice David...
PIERRE — Gov. Dennis Daugaard said Tuesday he plans to emphasize state programs to expand business and create jobs because it’s the key to solving South Dakota’s long-term budget problems. In his first state of the state speech to...
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