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Yearly Corn Production Estimate Increased By USDA

Week of Warm Weather Helps South Dakota Row Crops

A week of warm weather has helped the development of row crops in South Dakota.

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Wind Farm Project Reaches Initial Fundraising Goal

Developers of a proposed wind farm in southeastern South Dakota say they have surpassed their initial $1.5 million fundraising goal.

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Germany Invests In Renewable Energy Sources

South Dakota Wind Farm Project At Full Speed

The fund raising goal has been surpassed

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‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ Trailer: “There is No Place in Jupiter for Freaks!”

Say what you will about the maddening onslaught of increasingly nonsensical 'AMerican Horror Story: Freak Show' teasers, they at least set the stage. Before next week's premiere, FX has at last delivered our first proper trailer for the fourth cycle of Ryan Murphy's horror-drama, so step right up and visit 'American Horror Story: Freak Show'!

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Worrisome Weed Could Threaten South Dakota, Upper Midwest Crops

A weed strong enough to stop combines has been confirmed in South Dakota.

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Country's Largest Urban Solar "Farm" Generates Electricity For Chicago

Utility Withdraws Proposal Affecting Solar Users

Black Hills Power is withdrawing for now a rate-restructuring proposal that likely would have increased charges for customers who generate their own solar or wind power.

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Corn Harvest Underway In Brandenburg

Positive News For South Dakota Farmers

Preparation begins for harvest of record crops

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Country's Largest Urban Solar "Farm" Generates Electricity For Chicago

Proposed Sioux Falls Solar Farm Worries Neighbors

Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County planners have approved a permit for a proposed $25 million solar farm on the outskirts of South Dakota's largest city.

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Odds Of Drivers Colliding With Deer Have Increased, But You Don’t Have To Tell South Dakotan’s That

Living in the Midwest, we have all grown accustomed to watching for deer as we drive and now there are numbers to prove that.

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South Dakota Ranchers Encouraged to Apply for Donated Hay

Agriculture officials are encouraging ranchers in disaster-declared counties to apply for donated hay bales.

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