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South Dakota Republicans Post Overwhelming Sweep, Now What?

It's been more than 50 years since South Dakota's Congressional Delegation was made up of all Republicans. Senator John Thune on the election and expectations.

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Photo by Todd Epp

Election Equipment Snafu In Minnehaha County Delays Results

Minnehaha County's new expensive high speed vote counting equipment did not do it's job Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.

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2014 South Dakota Election Results

Stay up-to-date with election results in the key races in South Dakota.

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2014 South Dakota Election Blog

With reporters stationed with Republicans, Democrats and monitoring local & national wires, we will provide you with updates and insights as results come in.

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Crop Report Shows Corn Harvest Still Lagging

South Dakota farmers working to finish up the late-season harvest have been helped by dry conditions over the past week.

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Political Whispers: And the 2018 Race for South Dakota Governor Begins!

And now the race for the 2018 South Dakota governorship begins. Yes, I know, we haven’t even re-elected Gov. Dennis Daugaard yet. That’s just a formality.

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NBP/NPN POLL: Daugaard, Noem Will Win, Initiated Measures, Q Look to Pass

SIOUX FALLS -- Republican incumbents Gov. Dennis Daugaard and U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem continue with strong leads over Democratic and independent opponents, according to the Nielson Brothers Polling/Northern Plains News poll, which has been tracking races and ballot issues since Oct

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Aurora Man Killed in Brookings County Crash

A 41-year-old Aurora, SD, man was killed Sunday night in a one-vehicle crash in Brookings County.

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It’s Time to Rethink These Breast Cancer Myths

Too many myths exist about the risk, contraction and treatment of breast cancer. It's time to put five of them to rest.

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(Photo by Todd Epp/Northern Plains News, used with permission.)
(Photo by Todd Epp/Northern Plains News, used with permission.)

Political Whispers: Sometimes When You Least Expect It, Mitt Happens

Having watched former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for over eight years on television running for President, I thought he was fake and stiff.

Well, maybe the cameras didn’t do him justice.

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