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Police: Man Stole Bulldozer, Used It to Damage Building

A Colorado man is in custody in South Dakota after law enforcement authorities accused him of stealing a bulldozer and using it to damage a building and truck.

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State Waiting on Word from Feds About GEAR up Program Future

Education Secretary Melody Schopp says the state is waiting for word from the Dept of Education about the future of a Native American college-readiness program.

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Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Memoir Wins Midwest Booksellers Award

The autobiography of prairie author Laura Ingalls Wilder is being recognized by booksellers in the Midwest.

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UPDATE: South Dakota Man’s 100 Pound Stolen Pumpkin Returned

It was a brazen pumpkin heist in South Dakota. Father miffed at thieves for stealing his 100-lb gourd he was growing with his daughter.

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What’s the Hardest College to Get Into in South Dakota?

Business Insider put together a list of the hardest colleges to get into in each state. Can you guess which college in South Dakota was at the top of that list?

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(Photo By Ty Carlson/Inertia)
(Photo By Ty Carlson/Inertia)

West Virginia Elementary School Criticized for ‘Hobo Day’ Celebration. Could South Dakota State’s Homecoming Fall Victim to Political Correctness?

An elementary school in West Virginia is criticized for a 'Hobo Day' celebration. Could political correctness end South Dakota State's homecoming tradition?

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Winter Wheat Harvest in South Dakota Ahead of Average pace

The planting of winter wheat in South Dakota continues to progress ahead of the average pace.

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Rapid City Mayors Office and Administration Building
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Rapid City Council Approves Longer Mayoral, Council Terms

The Rapid City Council has approved longer office terms for future mayors and council members.

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Andrea Schmidt via Youtube
Andrea Schmidt via Youtube

SDSU Concert Choir Surprises Student Union with Singing Flash Mob

Students at the South Dakota State University Student Union experienced a flash mob during their lunch break.

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Ramada Aberdeen Hotel and Conference Center
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Longtime Aberdeen Hotel Closing, Affecting Nearly 60 Workers

The Ramada Aberdeen Hotel and Conference Center has 151 rooms, a restaurant and a bar, along with nearly 11,000 square feet of banquet space. It opened in 1964.

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