SD News

Hunters Asked to Guard Against Wildfires this Fall

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is asking hunters going into the field this fall to be diligent in preventing and detecting fires under the extreme dry conditions in certain parts of the state.

SDDOT Receives $25.7 Million in Additional Federal Funding

The South Dakota Department of Transportation says they have received an additional $25.7 million in federal highway funding after the state met all of its fiscal year deadlines for federally-funded projects.

Timberline Avenue Closure

The South Dakota Department of Transportation will be closing Timberline Avenue north of Rice Street in Sioux Falls on Monday morning, Sept. 25.

Names Released in Jones County Fatal Crash

MURDO, S.D. ? A Pierre husband and wife have been identified as the two individuals who died Sunday morning in a two-vehicle crash west of Murdo.

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 2018 grant application and invites public comment through Oct. 31 on the state?s preservation needs and projects.

Fall River County Fatal Crash

HOT SPRING, S.D. ? A 73-year-old man died Tuesday morning in a one-vehicle crash south of Hot Springs.

Another Tool to Enhance Water Quality

In South Dakota, we have a long legacy of working together to both produce food for the world and protect and enhance our natural resources, from the soil we use for crops and grass to the water we fish in, swim in and drink.

Fall Enrollment Shows Growth at Public Universities

Fall enrollment at South Dakota?s six public universities increased slightly compared to last year, up a third of one percent, the South Dakota Board of Regents reported today. Headcount enrollment was up by 131 students across the entire system.

First Lady To Hold Book Walk

First Lady Linda Daugaard will hold a book walk for children in the backyard of the Governor?s Mansion on Monday, Sept. 25, at 6:30 p.m. CDT.

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