Governor Kristi Noem today signed HB1087, a bill to increase intellectual diversity on college campuses.
?Early Churches in South Dakota: A Lasting Legacy? by Robert W. Sebesta is a finalist for the 31st annual Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) Benjamin Franklin Award in Religion.
Governor Kristi Noem yesterday signed SB15, a bill to streamline the permit procedures for solar and wind energy facilities and assist the PUC in managing its docket.
Governor Kristi Noem today approved a package of bills to strengthen the rights of unborn children.
PIERRE, S.D. ? Chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been identified in a captive elk in Clark County, South Dakota. State Veterinarian Dr. Dustin Oedekoven says the owner of the 21-month old female elk noticed the animal was ill and contacted his veterinarian, who submitted samples to the Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory (ADRDL) at South Dakota State University in Brookings.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation, in cooperation with Foothills Contracting, Inc. of Webster, will hold an open house style public meeting for the Highway 37 project on Tuesday, April 2.
Elderly and disabled South Dakotans have until April 1 to apply for property tax relief under South Dakota?s Assessment Freeze for the Elderly and Disabled Program.
PIERRE, S.D. ? South Dakotans dealing with flood preparation and response can find information about this and other emergency situations on the state government website ? SDResponse.gov.
The South Dakota Family Support Council will be holding a meeting in Rapid City.
South Dakota?s legacy of providing her senior veterans a place of comfort and peace in return for their service dates back to 1889, when the South Dakota Soldiers Home was created in Hot Springs. In 2016, we opened the doors to a new state-of-the-art veterans home.
BLUNT, S.D. ? One person died in a two-vehicle crash Monday afternoon east of Blunt.
The Yankton Job Service office is undergoing renovations starting Wednesday, March 27 and concluding Friday, April 5.
Governor Kristi Noem yesterday signed SB115, a bill to allow individuals with an enhanced concealed carry permits to bring firearms into the South Dakota State Capitol building.
Governor Kristi Noem today encouraged people living in the Big Sioux River Valley in eastern South Dakota to start preparing for record flooding.
Effective at 10 a.m. MDT, March 20, 2019, Spring Load Limit Restrictions will apply to the road segment and at the indicated weight limit shown in the table below.
Effective at 9 a.m. CDT, March 19, 2019, Spring Load Limit Restrictions will apply to the road segment and at the indicated weight limit shown in the table below.
Thompson reported feeling ill at the Women?s Prison in Pierre overnight. She was air lifted to a Sioux Falls hospital, where she died March 18.
The South Dakota Board of Education Standards adopted new academic content standards at its meeting today.
The South Dakota Statewide Independent Living Council will hold their quarterly meeting in Rapid City on Wednesday, April 3.
Mobridge. Madison. Tripp. Rapid City. Bryant. Rosholt. Huron. Watertown. The common thread between these communities? Nursing home closures. In all, 10 nursing home facilities around our state have closed their doors in recent years.