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Southeast Technical Institute Warns Against Texting While Driving

The Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls is holding an event to warn people of the dangers of texting while driving.

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South Dakota Only State to Pass Guns-in-Schools Law

South Dakota is the only state that so far has passed a law allowing school personnel to carry guns in schools, despite the proliferation of such bills in the aftermath of the Newtown, Conn., massacre.

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Column: Tuition Hikes Leave College Grads Economically Vulnerable

The South Dakota Board of Regents has approved a tuition and fees hike of 4.4%, which will amount to about $335 in increased costs for students in the state’s public universities. This brings the average cost for an in-state student with a full course load to $7,900 a year.

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Weins Named DWU Leadership and Public Service Dean

MITCHELL - Dakota Wesleyan University has promoted Jesse Weins to dean of the College of Leadership and Public Service.

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Internet Library Opens in Pine Ridge

PINE RIDGE - Pine Ridge residents are celebrating the opening of a public Internet library on the reservation.

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Parents Invited to SDCHIP Event in Rapid City

RAPID CITY - State officials will be in Rapid City this weekend encouraging parents to register their kids in a comprehensive child identification program.

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FTA: Yankton Can’t Provide Exclusive Bus Service

YANKTON - A recent Federal Transit Administration ruling is telling Yankton Transit that it can no longer provide exclusive school bus service to young riders.

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Sioux Falls Students Can’t Use Computers for Tests

SIOUX FALLS - The Sioux Falls School District is spending millions of dollars on Google Chromebooks and Apple iPads. But students won't be able to use them to take standardized tests next year.

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Sioux Falls Schools to Buy Chromebooks, iPads

SIOUX FALLS - The school district in South Dakota's largest city plans to spend more than $7 million over the next two years to update technology used by students.

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Pierre Schools Spending $1.3M on New Computers

PIERRE - The Pierre School Board has approved the purchase of $1.3 million worth of computers for students and school district staff.

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