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Law Limits Where 85-octane Fuel Can be Sold

State officials say motorists and gasoline retailers should remember that South Dakota law now limits where 85-octane fuel can be sold and requires cautionary labels on pumps that dispense the low-octane fuel.

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Weather Affecting Farmers’ Ability to Plant Crops

Cool and wet conditions are continuing across South Dakota and have limited farmers' ability to complete fieldwork.

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Beware Of ‘Crazy Ants’

A new creature invades

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Stuck Tractor Fun [VIDEO]

Fun with tractors. And mud.

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Governor Lifts Moratorium On Purchasing Land for GF&P

Governor Dennis Daugaard has ended a two year moratorium on land acquisitions for the Department of Game, Fish, and Parks.

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Panel Cuts Deer Hunting Licenses, Proposes No Sage Grouse Hunting Season

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission has set hunting seasons that will reduce the number of deer that can be shot this fall because of losses caused by a disease.

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Application for Transmission Line Filed with PUC

Otter Tail Power Company and Xcel Energy have filed a permit application with the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission for a high-voltage transmission line from Big Stone City to near Brookings.

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State Lawmaker Objects to Hog Barn Permits

A South Dakota lawmaker who lives a mile from the site of a planned hog barn in Grant County is questioning the state's permitting process.

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Officials Urge Steps to Prevent West Nile

South Dakota Health Department officials say it's time for people to start using insect repellant and take other steps to avoid being infected by the West Nile virus.

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Wet Conditions Continue to Hamper Farmers in South Dakota

Cool wet conditions have prevented farmers and ranchers in South Dakota from making progress planting crops.

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