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Did You Enjoy the Super Bowl? Thank a Farmer!

Fans of the big game often times don't realize the important role that agriculture carries on the Super Bowl.

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Z’Mariks Noodle Cafe Opens for Business

Get your bowl filled up with rice, noodles, salad and soup at the new Z'mariks at 2300 South Minnesota Avenue.

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What Is South Dakota’s Most Redneck Town?

What is South Dakota's most Redneck town? One website decided to find out. Check out their results here.

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Sioux Falls to Replace All Lead Water Lines within 20 Years

Sioux Falls officials say most of the lead water lines in the city have been removed and those that remain will be gone within 20 years.

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Low Pay Forces South Dakota Teachers to Hold 2nd, 3rd Jobs

Teachers are paid less in South Dakota than in any other state, and many have had to take on second and even third jobs to make ends meet.

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Ellsworth Air Force Base No. 2 in Sex Assault Convictions

A new report says Ellsworth Air Force Base near Rapid City had the second most sexual assault convictions out of 72 military installations that were surveyed.

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State to Hold 1st Public Meeting on Federal Clean Power Plan

The state DENR has scheduled its first of several meetings to help develop a plan to comply with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan.

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Non-Trophy Bison Hunting Season Begins at Custer State Park

The non-trophy bison hunting season has begun at Custer State Park. This year's non-trophy season began January 25th.

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Park Service: Over 1 Million Visited Badlands Last Year

For the first time in 15 years, more than a million people visited Badlands National Park in South Dakota.

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Proposal Would Create Wetland Mitigation Bank for Farmers

A proposal under federal review would establish a wetland mitigation credit system for farmers in South Dakota.

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