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Aberdeen School District Offering Free Math Classes to Parents

The Aberdeen School District is offering free math classes to parents who would like to better understand what their kids are learning.

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South Dakota Train Track Blown Up in Act of Vandalism

Authorities in Central South Dakota are investigating a vandalism case in which a section of state owned rail line was blown off with an explosive.

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REPORT: Dakotas, Northern Plains Lowest in Home Foreclosures

The Dakotas and several Northern Plains states continue to do well with the fewest number and percentage of homes that went through foreclosure in year-to-year in October, according to the financial reporting service CoreLogic.

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What is South Dakota’s Most Instagrammed Place?

What location in South Dakota are people using Instagram the most?

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If You Want to Know More About Billy Mills Historic Run There’s a Special Program in Pierre

It was over 50 years ago that a South Dakota native shocked the world with an underdog win at the Tokyo Olympics. You get a chance to relive it and learn more about it.

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Put the PIE In Pierre For The 17th Annual Pie Day

It's a dessert so good it gets it own day in South Dakota. The 17th Annual Pie Day is scheduled for December 13th in Pierre.

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Kristi Noem
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From Money Standpoint Noem Campaign Was Franklin C-Note, Robinson Jefferson Nickel

It probably wasn’t the only factor, but being able to raise money for a Congressional campaign better than her opponent was of great benefit for Kristi Noem.  

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Woman Killed in Sanborn County, South Dakota Crash

An 83-year-old Woonsocket woman died Wednesday in a two-vehicle crash on SD Highway 37 in Sanborn County.

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South Dakota Insurance Regulator Resigns

State officials say Insurance Division Director Merle Scheiber has resigned, effective December 29.

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2013 State Oral Interpretation Festival
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Glossophobia Is Not A Problem For High School Students Competing In The State Oral Interp Festival

It's a high school competition that started in 1910 as part of a State High School Track and Field meet, even though it had nothing to do with running.

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