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Wheat Growers Locations Recognized For Safety

(AP) - Governor Dennis Daugaard (DOO'-gahrd) has recognized eight Wheat Growers locations for superior safety performance.

The Carpenter, Huron Fertilizer and Grain, Kennebec, Miller, Aberdeen's West Terminal, Willow Lake, Woonsocket and Yale grain and agronomy cooperative locations recently received meritorious achievement awards at the South Dakota Safety and Health Conference Governor's Safety Awards luncheon in Sioux Falls

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Cattle Deaths Questioned By Uninformed

Following the massive storm that pummeled the Black Hills the first weekend in October, tens of thousands of cattle were killed, causing thousands of people around the country to chime in on national websites asking why so many cattle died, showing once again that anyone with a computer can show the world their ignorance.

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Thousands Of Cattle Dead In Western South Dakota

Last weekend's blizzard devastating to western South Dakota ranchers.

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Picture taken Oct. 7th, 2013 Southwest of Faith, SD of a 500 lb. calf who perished in the storm

Livestock Killed by Blizzard Removed from South Dakota Roads [GRAPHIC PHOTOS]

South Dakota officials are taking steps to have livestock killed by last weekend's blizzard removed from state highways.

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Shutdown Closes Prime Pheasant Hunting Land

When pheasant hunters take to the fields of South Dakota this weekend to renew a treasured rite of autumn, they'll have less land to do it on thanks to the federal government shutdown.

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Cattle Losses In Western South Dakota

Ranchers hit hard by Western South Dakota blizzard.

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Some Officials Urge No Action on NE/S.D. Conservation Project

Some Nebraska and South Dakota federal elected officials have sent a letter to the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service, urging "no action" be taken on the "Ponca Bluffs Conservation Area Project."

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Senator Tim Johnson Voices Disdain for Government Shutdown

Senator Tim Johnson explains his feelings as government gridlock continues.

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South Dakota Big Game Review Now Public

The firm hired by Governor Daugaard to study, analyze, and make recommendations on Big Game Management in South Dakota has released their report.

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Rains Lessen Dakotas’ Drought Conditions

 

(NPN) -- Recent rains have helped drought conditions in the Dakotas, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.

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