The South Dakota Department of Transportation says the westbound shoulder of Interstate 90 between Exit 40 and Exit 44 will be closed this week.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation reminds the public and commercial snow removal operators that it is illegal to place or dump excess snow on highway right of way, which includes driving surfaces, shoulders and ditches.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that he will appoint Marli Wiese of Madison to the South Dakota State House of Representatives. Wiese will be sworn in as a state representative on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
State officials have reopened Interstate 90 between Kadoka and Chamberlain in central South Dakota. Motorists are cautioned that snow and strong winds are still creating difficult travel conditions in many areas of south central and southeastern parts of the state.
Officials want to remind travelers that many highways in central, south central and southeastern parts of the state are under a No Travel Advisory and I-90 remains closed from Kadoka to Chamberlain.
The South Dakota Department of Tribal Relations has partnered with the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks to highlight Partnerships in the Outdoors during this legislative session at the State-Tribal Relations Events on Jan. 25 and 26
State officials will be closing Interstate 90 from Kadoka to Chamberlain effective at 6 p.m. CST (5 p.m. MST).
Gov. Dennis Daugaard is currently seeking applications for a summer 2017 Governor?s Office Internship in Pierre. The position will be paid and run from early May through August 2017.
NORTH SIOUX CITY, S.D. ? Red?s All Natural, a producer of frozen burritos headquartered in Franklin, Tenn., announced today that it is expanding its operations to North Sioux City, S.D.
PLATTE, S.D. ? One person died in a two-vehicle crash that happened Monday morning east of Platte.
Lt. Gov. Matt Michels held a legislative press conference at the Capitol on Friday. In the press briefing, the Lt. Governor spoke of the peaceful transition of power in Washington, D.C., and South Dakota?s priorities for federal health care reform.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard issued the following statement today regarding the resignation of District 8 Rep. Matthew Wollmann.
The South Dakota tourism industry has once again reached record numbers of visitors, visitor spending and impact on the state?s economy. This marks seven straight years of economic growth for the industry.
I recently heard a story about a young man who was exposed to meth as a child. The young man, named Chris, grew up around meth and the violence that the drug brings. Like any normal kid, he wanted attention from the adults in his life.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard will be a guest on South Dakota Public Radio?s In the Moment with Lori Walsh.
The South Dakota Board of Education held the first of two public hearings on proposed educator certification rule changes today.
The State Treasurer?s Unclaimed Property Division will set up a booth in the Capital to return unclaimed property to the rightful owners.
The Governor?s Tourism Advisory Board has selected its officers for 2017.
PIERRE, S.D. ? The South Dakota Parks and Wildlife Foundation recently announced the election of officers for its board of directors for 2017. The foundation is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) charitable supporting organization for the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks (GFP).
PIERRE, S.D. ? South Dakota State Parks Director Katie Ceroll announced today that applications are being accepted for grants from the Recreation Trails Program (RTP). The grants will be available for trail projects sponsored by municipalities, counties, state parks, federal land management agencies or tribal governments.