The South Dakota Department of Revenue will offer a pair of popular tax seminars in Yankton on June 6.
Humboldt State University, an institution of the California State University system, announced today that Black Hills State University President Tom Jackson Jr. will become its next president in July.
Admission passes are now available for the Read & Win program during the 2019 South Dakota State Fair.
A critical turning point in World War II will be the focus of a June 4 program at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre.
Leo Bald Eagle will be playing joyous tunes for some time after he became the South Dakota Lottery?s latest big winner.
Governor Kristi Noem today announced that Amy Iversen-Pollreisz will serve as Interim Secretary of Social Services. This follows the resignation of current Secretary of Social Services Greg DeSautel, which is effective May 22.
The Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) today announced the election of Bret Afdahl, Director of the South Dakota Division of Banking, as the new chairman for the CSBS Board of Directors.
State Labor and Regulation Secretary Marcia Hultman has been selected to participate on a subcommittee of The Council of State Governments? (CSG) national Future of Work Task Force.
Sunday morning church services at the historic Oahe Chapel overlooking Lake Oahe near Pierre will begin on May 26. Visitors to the area, as well as local residents, are invited to attend.
PIERRE, S.D. ? South Dakota Department of Public Safety officials are urging drivers to make sure this Memorial Day holiday is remembered for all of the right reasons.
Registration is now open for South Dakota?s Largest Classroom at the 2019 South Dakota State Fair.
It?s a few years into the future and a I drive past a grand entry that reads ?South Dakota Veterans Cemetery? American flags line the drive as I pull into the cortege lane and exit my vehicle. I survey the South Dakota Veterans Cemetery as we prepare for the first internment of a hero who has opted to spend eternity here at this place of honor.
Not much beats sitting around the campfire on a cool summer night or roasting a s?more over a smoking bonfire.
The South Dakota Department of Agriculture?s Wildland Fire Division will be conducting their annual wildland fire training with the South Dakota National Guard Aviation Unit.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation says bridge repair work will begin on Interstate 90 one mile west of Exit 55 in Rapid City next week.
A case of Hepatitis A has been reported in a food handler employed at two Keystone restaurants. Individuals who ate at the Keystone Subway between May 2 and May 14 or at the Keystone Turtle Town between May 6 and May 13 should contact their health care provider to determine if they need a shot of hepatitis A vaccine or immune globulin to decrease risk of illness.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation would like to remind landowners of mowing regulations for the state right of way.
Governor Kristi Noem will speak at the Disabled American Veterans Convention in Sioux Falls on Friday, May 17.
Effective at 10:00 a.m. CDT, May 20, 2019, Spring Load Limit Restrictions will be removed from the road segments shown in the table below.
This week, both Standard & Poor?s Global (S&P) and Moody?s Investors Service announced they have reaffirmed South Dakota?s AAA Issuer Credit Rating with a stable outlook.