Gov. Dennis Daugaard will be on 1060 AM KGFX?s South Dakota Perspective with Mark Swartzell.
With the arrival of fall and pheasant hunting, visitors will have an opportunity to create their own pine cone pheasant at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre on Saturday, Oct. 14.
PIERRE, S.D. ? South Dakota?s fire marshal is encouraging families to use this year?s Fire Prevention Week as an opportunity to practice their exit plans.
Next week, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) will host Dale R. Henning, PhD., for two evening presentations at Good Earth State Park, just east of Sioux Falls.
The South Dakota Veterans Commission elected new officers to lead the Commission in enhancing the lives of South Dakota veterans.
Average teacher salary in South Dakota is on track to meeting a statewide target average of $48,500, which legislators adopted in 2016 as a part of the Blue Ribbon education funding package.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. ? It?s not often you hear ?manufacturing? and ?cloud software? in the same sentence, but one South Dakota company is hoping to change that.
Being a citizen of the United States means being brave, being proud of this Country, and being confident that we will succeed. Being an American is an honor and as such it is important that we support our troops that have and are fighting for our Country.
Programs now available pave the way for technical school students to more easily earn a four-year degree from a South Dakota public university. These are the latest in continuing efforts to improve the pathway for technical school graduates, holding an associate of applied science degree, to pursue four-year degrees at one of the six public universities.
The South Dakota Board of Regents has granted South Dakota State University?s request to award bachelor-level degrees in business economics, aligned with accreditation standards from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
The South Dakota Lottery will add a new game with a familiar name this fall.
The South Dakota Board of Regents seeks public comment on a report that recommends selling undeveloped property at the South Dakota School for the Deaf in Sioux Falls, while maintaining the school?s core operations and services at that site.
The South Dakota Board of Regents recognized student organizations from Dakota State University for their outstanding academic, community, and organizational work.
A bachelor?s degree in Spanish will be available to students in a fully online format through Northern State University. The South Dakota Board of Regents approved this new delivery option at its meeting this week.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is seeking comments on the 2014 pronghorn management plan prior to drafting an updated and revised management plan.
PIERRE, S.D. ? Emergencies. It seems like lately our newsfeed has been inundated with reports of emergencies happening around the globe. From natural and environmental disasters to civil disturbances, there are many parts of our world that are under extreme duress these days.
Contestants in the 2018 State Finals of the Resource Conservation Speech contest will be eligible to win college scholarships, totaling $2,300.
Attorney General Marty Jackley, with a bipartisan coalition of 39 Attorneys General and the National Association of Attorneys General, called on Congress to pass legislation that changes federal law to make treatment for drug addiction more affordable and accessible for Americans who most need it.
Lt. Gov. Matt Michels presented the 2017 Governor?s Awards today to South Dakota businesses and workers who have made significant contributions to the employment of people with disabilities.
CLEAR LAKE, S.D. ? Every great invention begins as a means to solve a problem. Simple, every day gadgets like windshield wipers, to complex, yet easy-to-use smartphones?manufacturers around the world make products that simplify our lives.