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Yankton Police Investigating Home Invasion Robbery

Two men involved are considered armed and dangerous.

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Board Of Regents Requesting Tuition Freeze

The governor likes the concept of a tuition freeze.


Madison To Be SD’s Capital For A Day

The August 19th celebration will include many activities.

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1,200 Turn Out In Wagner To Say Goodbye To Troops

The unit is serving a year in Kuwait.


Record Number Of Vehicles In Sturgis For Rally

About 511,000 vehicles were in and around Sturgis during rally week.

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Huron Couple Donating $20,000 To State Fair Building

Nels and Dorothy Olsen made the donation.


Michigan Man Hospitalized In Crash Monday

His injuries are not life threatening.

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City Council Holds Budget Hearing

A second hearing is set for Tuesday at 3 pm.


13 Die In Crashes Related To Sturgis Rally

The rally ended on Sunday.

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SD Legislator To Be Part Of Leadership Of National Group

Deb Peters will serve as vice president of the National Conference of State Legislatures.


Six Dead In Sturgis Related Accidents

The 75th anniversary rally officially began on Monday.

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2,500 Chickens Die In Fire In Minnehaha County

The early Sunday morning blaze caused about $100,000 in damage.

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Hawks To Challenge Noem In 2016

Hawks, a state representative from Hartford, announced her plans on Monday.


Chamberlain Woman Injured In Car Accident

Heather LeGault suffered minor injuries in the Tuesday night crash.


Daugaard To Review Decriminalization Of Marijuana In SD

At least two possible ballot measures in 2016 deal with marijuana.

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New Rural Mitchell Fire District Passes

The election was held on Tuesday.


Martinez Pleads Not Guilty To Charges Stemming From Accident

The June crash killed one Mitchell teenager.

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Davison County Salary Schedule Could Be Revamped

No action was taken on the proposal.

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