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Verasun E85 Ethanol Fuel at Gas Pump
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Sully County Voters Back Land Rezoning for Ethanol Plant

Sully County voters have backed a zoning change approved by county commissioners that paves the way for an ethanol plant.

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Cattle Operation Permits Reviewed by Minnehaha County Commission

The Minnehaha county commission decided on appeals for two previously approved permits for Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, or CAFO’s.

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South Dakota’s PUC OKs Xcel Energy 4 Percent Rate Hike

Xcel Energy customers in South Dakota will see a 4 percent increase in their electric bills starting July 1.

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South Dakota Wind Farm Is Running

The Beethoven Wind Farm in Tripp can produce an estimated 80 megawatts when at full capacity.

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Midwestern Farmers Enjoy High Yields And Profits
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Farmers Sign up for Corn Yield Contest

The National Corn Growers Association reminds farmers to register early and enjoy big savings on entry fees. Until June 30, fees will be reduced to $75.

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Agriculture Businesses in South Dakota Receive $144,000 to Be More Energy Efficient

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is awarding $144,000 to farmers, ranchers and small business owners in South Dakota to help them be more energy efficient.

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Winter Wheat Production Forecast to Be Lower in the Dakotas

The federal Agriculture Department is forecasting much smaller winter wheat crops in the Dakotas this year.

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Crop Dusting Pilot Killed in Crash in South Dakota

A Keystone, South Dakota man died of injuries after his alfalfa crop dusting plane crashed at Kadoka Monday afternoon.

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Severe Midwest Drought Continues
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Wet Weather Continues to Boost Moisture Supplies across South Dakota

More rain across South Dakota in the past week boosted field and livestock moisture supplies.

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Health Department: Mosquitoes Can Spread West Nile in June

Health Dept. is reminding state residents that mosquitoes can still transmit the West Nile virus in June, even though it isn't yet the peak transmission period.

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