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Wetlands in Sioux Falls
photo by Jeff Hayes

Grain Growers Questions Ducks Unlimited, Natural Resources Conservation Service Partnership

The Grain Growers Association is raising questions about the working relationship between the NRCS and a private group that works to boost wetlands & waterfowl.

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Deere & Co. John Deere Tractors Harvest Crops
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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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South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
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School of Mines Studying Battlefield Waste

Researchers at the School of Mines & Technology are looking for ways to convert battlefield waste into energy.

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South Dakota State Fair
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South Dakota Fair Manager to Leave for Alaska

The fairgrounds manager of the South Dakota State Fair is headed to Alaska to oversee its fair.

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Woman Sentenced in Slain Drug Dealer Case

A woman who authorities say trucked 270 pounds of marijuana from California to South Dakota as part of a drug distribution ring has been sentenced to two years and three months in federal prison.

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People Enjoy Warm Weather In Odaiba

Woman Fights Against Statue of Liberty Replica in Rapid City

A Rapid City woman is trying to block a four-story replica of the Statue of Liberty planned at a water park complex being built in the city.

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Unemployed Casino Workers File For Unemployment

Labor Department Touts Services at Local Offices

The Department of Labor and Regulation is reminding job seekers in South Dakota about the many services it offers at local offices.

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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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Bear Butte Lake
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Officials Battle Bullheads in Bear Butte Lake

The 215-acre reservoir east of Sturgis is known for bullheads, which aren't good to eat but which many anglers like to fish for anyway.

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World's Most Complete Mammoth On Display At The Natural History Museum

Work Begins on Mammoth Site Center Expansion

Construction is underway on an expanded learning center at the Mammoth Site in southwestern South Dakota.

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