Harvest of South Dakota Row Crops Continues to Be Slow
The harvest of row crops in South Dakota continues to remain well behind the average pace.
Leftover Indian Farmer Settlement Money Plan Left Alone
A federal appeals court won't reconsider a plan that distributes $300 million in leftover federal lawsuit settlement money to groups that help American Indians.
Members of 2 Large Ag Co-Ops in the Dakotas Vote to Merge
Members of two agriculture co-ops in the Dakotas have decided to merge.
Ex-South Dakota Teacher Pleads Guilty in Student Sex Case
A former South Dakota teacher is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to having sexual contact with a male student.
Report: South Dakota Corn, Soybean Crop to Decline This Year
South Dakota's corn and soybeans crops this year are expected to fall short of last year's harvests.
Garth Brooks and His $12.5 Million Economic Impact
The Sioux Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau estimates the local economic impact of Garth Brooks' performances during the next two weekends at $12.5 million.
South Dakota Manufacturers Reach out to Middle Schools
A South Dakota manufacturer is trying to reduce the worker shortage issue by showing middle school students what it's like to work in his industry.
South Dakota Archery Center Project on Tight Deadline
An expansion project at an archery center in South Dakota could come down to the wire.
Minnesota Company, Plains Farm Aid Group Set up Hay Convoy
A Minnesota towing and hauling company is teaming up with a Plains farm aid nonprofit this weekend to ship tons of hay to ranchers in North Dakota.
South Dakota Hutterite Colonies Submit Feedlot Applications
Two Hutterite colonies in South Dakota have submitted multi-animal feedlot applications that are pending approval by the state.