The South Dakota Department of Transportation has begun asphalt concrete work on Highway 281 from north of Aberdeen to Mellette.
Head outdoors and enjoy the spring weather, but keep an eye out for ticks to prevent tularemia and other tick-borne diseases, says a state health official.
PIERRE, S.D. ? All South Dakota state driver exam stations will be closed this Friday and Saturday (May 3-4) for annual employee training.
Equine enthusiasts traveling interstate with their horses will now have an alternative to meeting the requirement for a certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI or health certificate), which is valid for up to 30 days.
Effective at 10 a.m. CDT, April 30, 2019, Spring Load Limit Restrictions will be removed from the road segments shown in the table below.
Effective at 1 p.m. CDT, April 29, 2019, Spring Load Limit Restrictions will be removed from the road segments shown in the table below.
Eight South Dakota Workforce Education Grants, totaling more than $1,091,000, have been awarded to seven South Dakota public school districts and one private non-profit organization. In 2013, the South Dakota Legislature established the Workforce Education Fund. Part of that fund was designated to provide grants for career and technical education programs in secondary schools.
PIERRE, S.D. ? Sobriety checkpoints in 19 counties are planned during May by the South Dakota Department of Public Safety.
Motor vehicle owners in the Pierre area now have another option to renew their registrations.
Gov. Kristi Noem has proclaimed May Older Americans Month (OAM) in South Dakota.
The deadline for nominations for the 2019 South Dakota Governor?s Ag Ambassador Award is May 17, 2019.
State Division of Insurance Director Larry Deiter invites the public to comment on the proposed Essential Health Benefits (EHB) benchmark design for plan year 2021.
PIERRE, S.D. ? During her State of the State address, Governor Kristi Noem tasked her Office of Economic Development with kickstarting the economy, and today, she recognized two communities and an individual for their commitment and involvement in economic development.
State prison inmate Robert White Plume-Janis has been placed on escape status for leaving his community service jobsite in Rapid City without authorization April 28.
ARLINGTON, S.D. ? One person died Saturday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash that occurred west of Arlington.
Spearfish will welcome more than 40 international travel planners at the 25th annual tourism tradeshow event.
The South Dakota Department of Human Services is now accepting applications for nursing home innovation grants.
In late April, I was proud to bring this message to the Center of Academic Excellence for Cybersecurity at their national meeting. It was great to meet with industry leaders and corporations looking for new places to do business. I?m confident they will see that South Dakota has the talent, the know-how, the needed facilities, and the optimal geographic location for a resilient cybersecurity industry.
Governor Kristi Noem is encouraging South Dakotans to dispose of unneeded prescription drugs on Saturday, April 27, as law enforcement agencies across the state participate in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Program.
The South Dakota Rehabilitation Center for the Blind (SDRC) would like to invite anyone who is a South Dakota resident and has a visual impairment to participate in two training events.