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A Bright Forecast By Sen. John Thune If you live in South Dakota, you know how quickly the weather can change. One minute it’s warm and sunny, and in the blink of an eye, you’re in the middle of a torrential downpour. From harsh winters to hot summers, we get a little of everything. And as folks in some parts of South Dakota recently discovered, it doesn’t matter what the calendar says, winter will end Continue Reading ͛…
04.30 / 16:21
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  ABERDEEN, S.D. – The Pierre Governor and Lady Governor athletes that participated in the Al Sahli Invitational track and field meet Saturday in Aberdeen had a number of top five finishes but no first place finishes.  Kenzie Kuxhaus had a 4th place finish in the 200 Meter Dash.  Mikah Moser tie for  5th.  Alcessa Elsey was 5th in the 400 meter dash.  Hallie Drews led a 4-5-6 finish in ……
04.30 / 15:46
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  HASTINGS, Neb. – Led by a pair of first place finishes, the Black Hills State University women’s rodeo team placed second on the men’s team third at the Bobby Goetsch Memorial Rodeo Friday and Saturday.   Held in less than ideal conditions after cool temperatures and ran fell in Hastings, Nebraska   Samantha Jorgenson continued her torrid pace in the breakaway roping, winning with a 6.9 on two runs to hold …
04.30 / 15:46
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  STURGIS, S.D. – Addy Eisenbiesz was second in the high jump and Sophie Bullard was third in the Pole Vault to lead the Pierre Lady Governor track and field team at the Black Hills Relays in Sturgis on Saturday.  Eisenbeisz cleared 5-01 in the high Jump and Bullard had a vault of 10-09.  Mackenzie Rath of the Lady Govs was third in the Shot Put and Maddie Reinke finished …
04.30 / 15:46
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Eastern South Dakota is still on track to see rain changing to snow tonight, with moderate to heavy accumulations possible according to the National Weather…
04.30 / 15:30
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Paris Climate Agreement Another Misguided Step That Puts U.S. At Competitive Disadvantage By Senator Mike Rounds (R-S.D.)   Last year, President Obama entered into a radical climate agreement called the Paris Agreement with other global leaders in an attempt to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and greenhouse gas. Unfortunately, it is a bad deal for America. We all want to pass on a clean, safe environment to future generations, but the Paris Agreement was made without Continue Reading…
04.30 / 15:08
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100 Days of Giving Control Back to You By Rep. Kristi Noem We’ve just passed President Trump’s 100-day mark.  While that is a relatively short amount of time, it does make for a good opportunity to reflect on the progress so far. A lot has changed since President Trump moved into the White House.  For one, we’re finally seeing the legislation conservatives have long fought for become law.  Already, I’ve helped pass 29 bills that Continue Reading →…
04.30 / 15:08
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Choices Behind The Wheel A column by Gov. Dennis Daugaard: Traffic fatalities are a recurring headline. Hardly a day goes by when we don’t read another story, hear a radio report or see the terrible images on television. The good news is the numbers indicate a decrease of traffic fatalities in South Dakota. In 2016, there were 115 fatal vehicle crashes. That is the lowest total since 2011 and the second lowest of all time. Continue Reading &…
04.30 / 15:08
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Part two of Stu Whitney’s gag-fest on Sioux Falls Mayor and former Democrat Mike Huether ran in the Argus today, and it seems that moreso than the “Part 1” article on Huether, it demonstrated the “over the top ego” possessed by Huether:   He still hasn’t forgotten how Jamison attacked his ethics and credibility during the 2014 campaign by pointing to real estate investments held in office by Huether and his wife, Cindy, and questioning whether Continue Re…
04.30 / 15:08
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Attendance at Wood Lake Lutheran Church on South Dakota’s eastern border isn’t what it used to be…
04.30 / 15:02
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  RAPID CITY, S.D. – Kaden High became the first Pierre Governor number 1 flight singles tennis player to win a title at the Rapid City Invitational since Chris Williams Saturday in Rapid City.  Hight defeated Andy Guyman of Rapid City Stevens 6-4, 6-2 in the championship match.  The Governors scored 117.5 to finish 4th in the 10 team tournament.  Rapid City Stevens won the team title with a 257.5.  ̷…
04.30 / 14:32
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  PIERRE, S.D – Peyton Zabel threw a complete game 2 hitter as Pierre shutout Rapid Central in the second game of a doubleheader Saturday at Hyde Stadium.  In the opener, Pierre won 11-1.  Spencer Sarringer led Pierre in the high school spring baseball doubleheader with 6 hits in the two games, 4 in the first game and two in the nightcap.  He had 5 RBI’s in the two games.  Zabel ……
04.30 / 14:32
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   IFL Wichita Falls 44 – Sioux Falls Storm 36 College Baseball  North Dakota State 11 – South Dakota State 4 South Dakota State 2 – North Dakota State 1 Wayne State 8 – Augustana 2 Wayne State 4 – Augustana 1 Sioux Falls 5 – Concordia-St. Paul 3 (F/9) Concordia-St. Paul 7 – Sioux Falls 6 (F/12) Winona State 9 – Northern State 0 Northern Staet 12 – Winona &…
04.30 / 14:32
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The SDGOP had well attended events on either end of the State last night; the Pennington County Lincoln Day Dinner in Rapid City and the Freedom Rally in Sioux Falls.  What just struck me is that both of these events were headlined with book authors.  Rapid City was headlined by Peggy Grande, personal assistant to Ronald Reagan, and author of “The President Will See You Now.” Sioux Falls’ freedom rally was headlined by David Horowitz, Continue Reading…
04.30 / 13:52
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From the Argus: “We’re a party that’s open to everybody,” Lucas said. “We’re not a party of hate and fear mongers.” And… Noting that Ellison’s talk was closed to the press, Arends said, “They don’t want to talk about ideas tonight.” Read it here. Democrats at their big yearly event claim to be a party that claims to be open…  but Ann Tornberg shut off the events of the day to the press. What was Continue Reading →…
04.30 / 13:52
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A woman who says she got mauled by a buffalo while driving by a South Dakota ranch on her motorcycle is suing the ranch and its owners for…
04.30 / 13:09
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In a quiet courtyard outside a local church, a covered coat rack beckons people to come…
04.30 / 13:09
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PIERRE | A two-year undercover operation that led to indictments against 15 people for illegally trafficking eagles and other migratory birds offers a rare window into the black market for eagle carcasses, feathers, parts and handicrafts, including one alleged…
04.30 / 13:09
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The state is planning a multimillion-dollar redesign of an intersection at a busy southern gateway into Rapid City that has been an area for explosive…
04.30 / 13:09
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PIERRE | Xcel Energy and Black Hills Energy received regulatory approval Thursday for their 2016 economic development reports and 2017 economic development…
04.30 / 13:09
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