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Chicken, Egg or Community of Parker, South Dakota – Which Comes First?

The people of Parker, South Dakota could soon see a population increase of about 6 million. But not six million people, six million chickens!

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Register Your High School Students for the University of South Dakota’s Healthcare Careers Summer Camp

High-school students that are interested in the health care field can now sign-up for the 9th annual Healthcare Careers Summer Camp at the University of South Dakota on June 14 - 19, 2015.

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Cattle Numbers down in South Dakota

The latest report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture show declines in specific areas.

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South Dakota Man Comes Face-to-Face with Large Mountain Lion Caught in Fox Trap. Nice Kitty

A South Dakota man checks his fox trap and finds a huge surprise - a mountain lion. Good thing he shot video of the incident because what happens is terrifying.

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Top 25 Passwords of 2014 Released. Change Your Password Immediately If It’s on This List!

It's easy to see why these passwords are the most common, but if you have one of these passwords you should switch it immediately.

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Measles Case Reported in Sioux Falls, Child Was Unvaccinated

People who were at Holy Spirit Elementary School in Sioux Falls on Thursday, January 22, 2015 may have been exposed to measles.

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South Dakota State Fair Has Decided on Their Theme, Already!

The South Dakota State Fair is already thinking summer!

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Governor Dennis Daugaard Talks to Senator Mike Rounds about Roads next Week

Gov. Dennis Daugaard will testify next week before the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on funding for road and bridge repairs.

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Senator Mike Rounds Pushes Keystone, Anonymous Pushing Back?

Though the new U. S. Senate has been in session for less than a month,Senator Mike Rounds said the body has already voted on approving the Keystone XL pipeline.

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South Dakota Will Have a New Advertising Theme in 2015

South Dakota is getting a new pitch phrase to lure tourism to the state in 2015. "My Great Place" is a riff on the state’s “Great Faces. Great Places.”

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