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FILE: South Dakota State Prison, Sioux Falls
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Illegal Synthetic Drug an Issue at Minimum Security Prison

State Corrections officials are working to address the use of an illegal synthetic drug at the minimum security unit of the State Penitentiary in Sioux Falls.

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South Dakota Farmers Deciding on Crop Coverage for Farm Bill

South Dakota Farmers Deciding on Crop Coverage for Farm Bill.

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Country's Largest Urban Solar "Farm" Generates Electricity For Chicago
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Opponents of Proposed Solar Farm near Sioux Falls Appealing

Opponents of a proposed solar farm on the outskirts of Sioux Falls are appealing to city and Minnehaha County officials.

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FILE: Minnehaha County Courthouse
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Man Gets 5 Years in Sioux Falls Beating, Kidnapping

A 32-year-old South Dakota man will spend five years in prison for attacking and abducting a woman he and his co-defendant believed was a police informant.

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Rapid City Man Gets Probation for Role in Girlfriend’s Death

A Rapid City man has been sentenced to a month of house arrest and two years of probation for his role in the death of his girlfriend last summer.

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Report: Many Dakotas College Students Go Elsewhere to Finish

A report by a national group shows that college students who start at four-year schools in ND and SD are following similar paths to completion.

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South Dakota Feedlots Have More Cattle than Year Ago

The U.S. Ag Dept's National Ag Stats Service says lots with capacities of 1,000 or more head contained 230,000 cattle on feed on Feb. 1, up 5% from last year.

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Mitchell Fine Arts Center Artist Rendering from MSH Architects
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Bids for Proposed Mitchell Fine Arts Center Well over Budget

The Mitchell School District might shelve plans to begin construction within a few months on a fine arts center after bids came in well over budget.

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FILE: Wind Farm, Wind Turbines, Windmill, Renewable Energy
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Opposition from Neighbors Might Thwart Possible Wind Farm

Fierce opposition from neighbors shot down an Aberdeen company's attempt to gauge the wind capacity in Lincoln County for a possible wind farm.

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South Dakota Man Arrested in Sioux City Prostitution Ring

A South Dakota man who paid $1 million over a four-year period for sex with an exotic dancer has been arrested in a Sioux City prostitution ring.

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