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The Heartland Enters Harvest Season

Corn Farmers Face Two Challenges

Corn producers have a couple of problems: no room to store and no way to ship.

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Did the United Nations Almost End Up in the Black Hills?

How the Black Hills almost became home to the United Nations.

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Highway 42
(Photo by Dan Peters/KSOO)

Work Begins on SD 42 in Southeast South Dakota

Work is beginning on reconstructing a five-mile stretch of SD Highway 42 between Bridgewater and US 81 in McCook County.

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Severe Respiratory Illness Gets Closer to Home. Cases Now Reported in South Dakota

The virus known as EV-D68 is closing in. The Dakotas now reporting confirmed cases in children. What health officials are advising.

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Don McLeer Photographic Art

The Menno Wolves Marching Band Invited Schools To Bring The Noise To The 8th Annual Menno Band Day

There was beautiful weather and awesome talent in Menno, South Dakota on Friday, September 26th, 2014. The 8th Annual Menno Band Day brought in both middle school and high school bands and invited each of them to 'Bring The Noise'.

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Mike Rounds
(Dan Peters/KSOO)

Internal Memo Says Rounds Up By 18 Points in U.S.Senate Race

Internal polling provided by the Rounds for Senate campaign says former Republican Gov. Mike Rounds maintains an 18-point lead over his closest challenger.

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FILE: Deadwood, South Dakota
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Occupancy Up, Gambling Down in Deadwood

The Deadwood Gaming Association says hotel occupancy in the Black Hills town during August was at the highest rate in six years, but gambling was down.

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Annual Buffalo Roundup Date Set For September 26th. Arts Festival Is The Same Weekend.

Give me a home where the buffalo roam!

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Fall Headcount Up Slightly at South Dakota’s Universities

The Board of Regents reports a slight increase in Fall 2014 headcount enrollment at South Dakota's public universities.

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Barth Sues Rounds, Others Over EB-5 Matter

Democratic Minnehaha County Commissioner Jeff Barth filed a petition in U.S. District Court on Monday requesting that former governor and Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mike Rounds and others preserve or turn over files from the South Dakota Regional Corporation

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