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SD Bird Flu Case At Egg-Laying Chicken Farm

One of nine barns owned by Dakota Layers tested positive for avian influenza.

Marty Jackley

State Supreme Court Rules In Jackley’s Favor

The attorney general would not release details of Richard Benda's suicide to a Pierre reporter.


Volunteer Reception Center Open In Delmont

Volunteer efforts will focus on helping residents pick up yard debris.

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SD Sales Tax Revenue More Than Expected In April

Year-to-date sales tax growth is more than expected.


Two More SD Turkey Farms Confirm Bird Flu

The farms are in Yankton and Hutchinson Counties.


Delmont Tornado Numbers Updated

84 structures were damaged in Sunday's storm.

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Dakotas Lead Nation In Nearly A Dozen Farm Commodities

South Dakota has the fifth-most land in farms with 43.3 million acres.


Electricity Restored In Delmont

Residents have been allowed to return to their homes.


Mitchell School Board To Discuss 2016 Budget

Monday's meeting begins at 4:30 pm at the MCTEA building.


Nine Injured In Delmont Tornado

About 20 buildings were damaged in Sunday's storm.

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PUC To Hold Hearing Regarding NorthWestern Energy Rate Hike Request

The increase, if approved, would increase a typical residential customer's bill by $16.75 per month.


Tax Evasion Trial For Letcher Men Begins

Ted and Steven Nelson face several charges.


Daugaard Appoints Pardy As Third Circuit Judge

Pardy is a native of Howard, SD.


Kimball Standoff Trial Delayed

A mental health exam has been ordered for Donald London.

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Sioux Falls Lincoln Vandalized

The incident caused a two-hour delay on Wednesday.


Dry Weather Putting Stress On Soil Moisture In SD

Seeding of all crops in SD is ahead of the five year average.


Mitchell Man Denies Violating Probation

David Muth, 42, is accused of using drugs and traveling out of the state while on probation.

kristi noem

Possible Democratic Challenger To Noem Emerges

State Rep. Paula Hawks of Hartford will decide before July whether or not to run.

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Several SD Towns Set Dryness Records In April

The 30-day forecast calls for equal chances of below-and above-average rainfall.

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Mitchell Police Investigating Burglary

Cash was taken from the business.

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