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News Tips for September 29 ? October 5, 2018

Wednesday, Oct. 3, 9:30 a.m. CDT, Beresford ? Gov. Dennis Daugaard will speak at the AEM ?I Make America? Event at Sioux Corporation at One Sioux Plaza in Breseford.

Sobriety Checkpoints Announced For October

PIERRE, S.D. ? Department of Public Safety officials have announced that 23 sobriety checkpoints are scheduled for 18 South Dakota counties during October.

Centerline Painting in Central South Dakota

The South Dakota Department of Transportation says centerline painting on the following highways in central South Dakota will begin on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Digital World War I display showing at Cultural Heritage Center

The South Dakota State Historical Society, in association with the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, is showing a digital display called ?The World Remembers? in the lobby of the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre.

PUBLIC NOTICE OF HIGH RISK INMATE RELEASE

Corrections Secretary Denny Kaemingk is providing notification to law enforcement and the public about the pending release of a state prison inmate.

Lukkes Appointed Regents? General Counsel

The South Dakota Board of Regents announces that Nathan Lukkes has been named general counsel for the board and the public higher education system in South Dakota.

Laurel Street Railroad Crossing

On Tuesday, Oct. 2, crews will begin work to replace the railroad crossing on Laurel Street in Rapid City.

2018 Governor?s Awards Presented

Gov. Dennis Daugaard presented the 2018 Governor?s Awards today to South Dakota businesses and workers who have made significant contributions to the employment of people with disabilities.

State Historical Society seeks public input on preservation needs

The State Historic Preservation Office of the South Dakota State Historical Society in Pierre is preparing for its federal fiscal year 2019 grant application and invites public comment through Oct. 31 on the state?s preservation needs and projects.

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