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A Red Grouse stands in the heather in thick fog
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Ag Secretary Promises More Sage Grouse Spending across West

Vilsack told The Associated Press he wants to almost double protected habitat for the chicken-sized bird to 8 million acres across the West.

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Attorney Wants to Legalize Hemp on Standing Rock Reservation

An attorney on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation wants residents to decide whether the tribe should legalize industrial hemp.

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FILE: Water

Turtle Creek, Redfield Lake to Remain Closed Pending Water Test Results

A lake and creek in east central South Dakota will remain closed for at least a couple more days pending the results of water testing.

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The Maker of Sara Lee, Nature’s Harvest and Other Brands Is Recalling Bread Sold in 11 States Because It May Contain Fragments of Glass

The maker of Sara Lee, Nature's Harvest and other brands is recalling bread sold in 11 states

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South Dakota Grads Score above the National Average on ACT Tests

Time to give your high school grad a round of applause. Again in 2015, South Dakota high school graduates scored above the national average on their ACT tests.

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Turkey Bacon Recalled: Consumers Complaining of Early Spoilage

Over 2 million ponds of turkey bacon is being recalled due to consumers complaining of early spoilage. Here's the details.

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Each State’s Most Embarrassing Google Searches

Have ya ever wondered what embarrassing things South Dakotans are searching for on Googe more than any other state? Check out this map.

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FILE: Casino, Gambling, Slot Machines

Bettors Wager Nearly $1M on New Deadwood Games in 1st Month

Bettors plunked down nearly $1 million in July on new games offered in the historic Black Hills gambling town of Deadwood.

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FILE: Police Lights

Rapid City Mayor Appointed to Law Enforcement Commission

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley has appointed the mayor of Rapid City to serve on the Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training Commission.

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FILE: Beer, Alcohol
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3 Cited in South Dakota for Selling Alcohol to Underage Informant

Three people have been cited in western South Dakota after they sold alcohol to an underage police informant during a compliance check.

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