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Jackley files suit against EPA

South Dakota has joined North Dakota, Nevada and Texas in filing a lawsuit against the United States Environmental Protection Agency for its failure to comply with action mandated by the federal Clean Air Act. The suit was filed in federal district court in North Dakota. Read More »

Trumpeter on Twins’ stage

Grandparents know the passion they hold for their grandchildren. Not only do they love them with all their hearts, but they hope they can give them something useful they can use in life. Nancy Mathews is one of those fortunate grandparents who has made a significant difference in her grandson’s life. She started teaching grandson Elijah Mathews piano lessons in the third grade and thus began his love for music. Read More »

NCCC Improving Safety and Sustainability on Sica Hollow State Park trails

AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) is serving with staff of Sica Hollow State Park from Sept. 3-27 to restore sections of the trail to make them safer and more accessible for both horseback riding and hiking at the park. The team of eight from the Vinton, IA, campus have been members of NCCC for seven months and are enjoying their time in Lake City. The team is focusing on repairing and installing water bars as well as clearing the trail corridor along the 10-15 mile trail. Read More »

Britton native to be inducted into South Dakota Hall of Fame

While growing up in the Britton area, Bernard Christenson couldn’t have scripted the impact he would have on the state of South Dakota. The 1956 Britton High School graduate went on to head the Department of Criminal Investigation, the South Dakota Community Foundation, and has been a friend and confidant to a number of the state’s governors. Read More »

Commodity prices down from a year ago

Although many areas in South Dakota are still suffering from the effects of last year's drought and are in need of more rain, overall conditions are much better than last year and that has impacted the markets, said Darrell R. Mark, Adjunct Professor of Economics South Dakota State University. Read More »

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