Governor Kristi Noem today proposed two bills for pipeline construction. ?The legislative package introduced today will help ensure the Keystone XL pipeline and other future pipeline projects are built in a safe and efficient manner while protecting our state and counties from extraordinary law enforcement costs in the event of riots,? said Noem.
The South Dakota Board of Service to the Blind and Visually Impaired will hold their quarterly meeting in Fort Pierre on Friday, March 22.
Board of Regents? President Kevin V. Schieffer today commended Sheila Gestring, president of the University of South Dakota, for her prompt and decisive action over the weekend to investigate whether the Board of Regents? new Freedom of Expression policy was violated in connection with a ?Hawaiian Day? event at the USD School of Law.
South Dakota is a small state in terms of population and GDP, but we?re nimble. We have a responsive state government that does more with less. This set of characteristics allows us to take innovative approaches when it comes to issues like economic growth, meth, or dealing with the Indian Health Service (IHS).
ALEXANDRIA, S.D. ? A 20-year-old woman from Alexandria, S.D. has been identified as the person who died early Tuesday in a one-vehicle rollover crash north of that town.
Governor Kristi Noem today announced that Joshua Hendrickson will serve as judge for South Dakota?s Seventh Judicial Circuit.
The Department of Social Services (DSS) will be providing funding to support education or training to professionals in combatting the opioid epidemic.
PIERRE, S.D. ? The South Dakota Department of Public Safety has scheduled 25 sobriety checkpoints in 19 counties statewide during the month of March.
Governor Kristi Noem today announced her plan to permanently display the flags of South Dakota?s nine tribal nations in the State Capitol rotunda.
ALEXANDRIA, S.D. ? A 20-year-old female died early Tuesday in a one-vehicle rollover crash north of Alexandria.
HUMBOLDT, S.D. ? A Madison, S.D. man has been identified as the person who died in a two-vehicle crash Friday afternoon north of Humboldt.
In a meeting with United States Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar on Sunday, Governor Kristi Noem urged the administration to help address South Dakota?s rising meth epidemic.
South Dakota colleges and universities will send 14 outstanding undergraduate student researchers to the State Capitol this week to share their research work with lawmakers and the public.
Officials are cautioning travelers the strong winds in the northeastern part of the state are not expected to decrease until later this evening and motorists are asked to stay off highways in that area.
HUMBOLDT, S.D. ? One person died and another was seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash Friday afternoon north of Humboldt.
Foster care is an issue I?ve cared about for a long time. Growing up, I had a foster brother who made a big impact on my family and taught my siblings and me a different kind of love, compassion, and strength I don?t know if I would have otherwise understood.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. ? One woman died early Thursday in a one-vehicle crash north of Sioux Falls.
Launching in April of 2019, the Veteran Employment Through Technology Education Courses program (VET TEC), piloted by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, will help veterans in advancing their IT careers.
Governor Kristi Noem today awarded a $2.5 million state grant for the construction of the School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (SDSBVI), part of the school?s joint Educational Impact Campaign with Northern State University (NSU).
PIERRE, S.D. ? The Governor?s Office of Economic Development?s website ? www.sdreadytowork.com - has a new look. The new site boasts plenty of fresh photography and videography, testimonials and success stories and a new, easy-to-use interactive finance tool.