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South Dakota High School Activities Association Directs Changes to Transgender Policy

The SDHSAA is further honing its policy on transgender student participation in athletics after several unsuccessful attempts during the 2015 legislative session.

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Possible Medical Marijuana Vote in South Dakota Closer to Reality

Medical marijuana proponents will get a chance to put the issue to a vote. Before it comes to that, the cultivation stage is here.

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FILE: Firefighter, Helmet

Push for State Impaired Firefighting Policy Is Unlikely

Key state lawmakers and Gov. Dennis Daugaard's administration say they don't plan to push for a statewide measure to regulate intoxication among firefighters.

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Untouched Cave to Provide Clues to Black Hills History

The National Park Service is finally beginning to excavate the opening of an unexplored cave in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

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2 Insurers to Pay SD $750,000 after Probe into Companies

South Dakota insurance regulators and two insurance groups have reached a settlement that will result in a $750,000 total penalty against the companies.

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South Dakota Delegation Says Feds Should Process Claims from 2013 Fire

SD's congressional delegation says the government hasn't processed any claims from residents who incurred damages from a prescribed fire that grew out of control.

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Commissioner Kristie Fiegen Fighting Breast Cancer

An elected official reveals she has a tough fight ahead. South Dakota Public Utilities Commissioner Kristie Fiegen has been diagnosed with curable breast cancer.

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Laura Ingalls Wilder, Pioneer Girl

More Copies of Laura Ingalls Wilder Memoir to Be Printed

The autobiography of prairie author Laura Ingalls Wilder is expected to jump to about 145,000 copies in print by mid-summer.

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Lack of Participants Leads to End of Veblen’s Senior Meals

A congregate dining facility for senior citizens in northeast South Dakota is closing because of lack of participation.

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Police in Rapid City Identify Fatal Shooting Victim

Police in Rapid City have identified the victim of a fatal shooting that occurred early Monday.

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