REPUBLIC INSIDER The people's business, done behind closed doors
Perhaps the most important piece of legislation to come before the South Dakota Legislature received a hearing Monday.
It was the first, and likely last, public discussion of SB 235,a plan empowering... Posted on 3/4/13 at 4:12 PM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Pierre helping the team in other ways
Some hodgepodge of football stuff:
Brendin Pierre, academically ineligible this season, is practicing with the team and using this year as a redshirt because he played as a true freshman. There's a l... Posted on 8/27/11 at 1:23 PM
ALL ABOUT FOOD "Old Country" Hungarian for Christmas
My Hungarian grandma came to the United States when she was just a teenager. Her husband came before her to find a place for them to settle. She left her family behind to travel to a land of opportuni... Posted on 12/25/10 at 4:32 PM
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A federal official says people who bought flood insurance at the last minute after learning of plans to release record amounts of water through the Missouri River reservoir system will not have coverage for damage caused by the rising water.
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Crews raced approaching floodwaters Tuesday to complete emergency levees aimed at protecting South Dakota's capital city and two other towns as the swollen Missouri River rolled downstream from the Northern Plains. Meanwhile, the mayor of Minot, N.D., ordered a quarter of the city's residents to evacuate areas along the flooding Souris River.
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — More crews were being called in Monday to help restore electricity to thousands of rural electric customers in South Dakota.
January 25, 2010
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