Governor-elect Noem today announced the following cabinet and staff hires:
Friday, January 4, 8:30 a.m. ? 5 p.m. CST, Sioux Falls ? The Department of Social Services? Psychologists Board of Examiners will hold a board meeting at 101 N. Main Ave, Suite 215.
The state Department of Public Safety is urging people traveling today (Thursday) to get to their destinations as soon as possible.
Governor-elect Kristi Noem today announced that Sheriff Michael Leidholt will join her administration as Secretary of the Department of Corrections.
With a major winter storm impacting the state the next few days, the Department of Transportation wants to remind motorists that snowplow crews will be out working to keep roads clear for motorists, but that there are some things they can do to help keep themselves and snowplow drivers safe while traveling.
Two figures from South Dakota?s diverse history and an account of the New Deal?s impact on the state are featured in the latest issue of ?South Dakota History,? the quarterly journal of the South Dakota State Historical Society.
Governor-elect Kristi Noem today announced that David Flute, a lifelong member of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe, will join her administration as Secretary of Tribal Relations.
This is the last column I will write as Governor of South Dakota, and I want to say ?thank you.?
PIERRE, S.D. ? A post-Christmas snowstorm, featuring heavy snow, high winds and rain, is now making its way across South Dakota and is expected to impact travel through week?s end.
The South Dakota Department of Agriculture?s Wildland Fire Division has launched a new and improved burn permit website that is more user friendly.
The importance of early churches in the history of South Dakota will be highlighted in a program at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre at 7 p.m. CST on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019. Everyone is welcome to attend the free program.
ABERDEEN, S.D. ? An Aberdeen man has been officially identified as the person who died early Tuesday morning in a one-vehicle crash southeast of Aberdeen.
If you visit the Capital City, you will see that the ?Trail of Governors? project is placing around Pierre life-size bronze statues of every former governor. Twenty-two statues are already in place, with nine left to go.
Wednesday, December 26 ? The South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation will hold itinerant office hours. Both job seekers and employers interested in receiving employment and career services at no cost may visit or call during these office hours. More information on programs and services is available at www.sdjobs.org. Itinerant office hours will be held at the following locations:
Governor-elect Kristi Noem today announced another wave of governor?s office staff hires. The following people will begin serving on January 5, 2019.
Governor-elect Kristi Noem, a long-time advocate for education, today announced that Dr. Ben Jones will join her administration as Interim Secretary of Education.
RAPID CITY, S.D. ? East Boulevard North will be closed to through traffic between North Street and East North Street in Rapid City starting on Jan. 7.
The South Dakota Department of Health (SD-DOH) is reporting its first case of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) this year.
The final days for viewing capitol Christmas trees are near. The decorated Christmas trees in the South Dakota Capitol will only be on display through Tuesday, Dec. 25. The display is open daily to the public from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. CST.
PIERRE, S.D. ? Officials of the South Dakota Department of Public Safety remind people to be careful this holiday season ? both on the road and at home.