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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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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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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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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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Brown County Fair Manager Fired after 5 Months on the Job

The manager of the Brown County Fair has been fired after only five months on the job.

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Small Grains Harvest in South Dakota in Latter Stages

The Agriculture Department says in its weekly crop report that about 74 percent of the barley, 86 percent of the spring wheat and 95 percent of the oats are in the bin.

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‘Ashley Madison’ Data Reveals Cheaters In South Dakota

It appears that folks in Minnesota have a bit more time on their hands than citizens of Iowa and South Dakota. So much for 'Minnesota Nice'...

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Elementary School Children Sought for South Dakota Agriculture Art Contest

Two South Dakota agriculture groups are accepting entries from third and fourth graders from across the state to participate in an upcoming art contest.

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Hundreds Gather to Protest Changes to Hilger’s Gulch Park

Opposition continues to grow to planned changes at Hilger's Gulch park on the South Dakota Capitol grounds in Pierre.

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South Dakota Board of Education Approves New Social Studies Standards

The South Dakota Board of Education has approved new social studies standards that will change the way history is taught to students across the state.

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