SD News

Governor's Column: Soldier Who Stands Alone

Sixty-nine years ago, a young man named Philip left his home in South Dakota to serve his country. Philip J. Iyotte was a Rosebud Sioux Tribe member who lived in White River and became a sergeant in the 8th Army and a member of Company E?s 21st Infantry Regiment and 24th Infantry Division.

Newest Section of Highway 100 Opening

The South Dakota Department of Transportation will be opening the newest section of Highway 100 between Maple Street and Rice Street on Friday, Nov. 10.

News Tips

Gov. Dennis Daugaard will be a guest on the first half of KGFX?s South Dakota Perspective with Mark Swartzell.

State Park Fee Changes Approved by GFP Commission

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission approved changes to state park campground classifications, as well as some entrance and facility fees at their meeting last week.

Walleye Length Limit on Lake Poinsett Removed

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission removed the 15 inch minimum size restriction for walleye on Lake Poinsett at their November meeting last week.

Cowboy Governor to be discussed at Cultural Heritage Center meeting

South Dakota Gov. Tom Berry will be the focus of the November meeting of the History and Heritage Book Club. The program will begin at 7 p.m. CST on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. Everyone is welcome to attend the free program.

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