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Bob Seger Tickets On Sale January 17

Rock Legend Will Perform At Denny Sanford Premier Center

Tickets to see Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center in Sioux Falls will go on sale January 17 at 10 a.m.Bob Seger fan club members will have special access to purchase tickets in advance starting Wednesday, January 14, 10 a.m. Fans can join the “Bullet Club”, for as low as $15 and receive a free copy (digital or physical) of Seger’s new album, Ride Out.All fan club members have access to purchase tickets in advance of the public on sale.  To become a member of the Bob Seger fan club, visit BobSeger.com.  Citi® cardmembers will have special access to pre-sale tickets beginning Wednesday, January 14 at 4 p.m. local time through Citi’s Private Pass® Program.  For complete details on Citi’s pre-sale, visit www.citiprivatepass.com.Tickets can be purchased inside the PREMIER Center, or at Ticketmaster.com, BobSeger.com and LiveNation.com, charge-by-phone at 1-800-745-3000, and all Ticketmaster outlets.

South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard Becomes Grandfather Again

Fourth Grandchild Born During First Term As Governor

South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard and his wife are grandparents for the fourth time.The reason why Daugaard kept checking his text messages during the investiture ceremony for the state’s new Supreme Court justice is that one of his daughters had just given birth in Sioux Falls.Greta Ann Mitchell was born to Laura Daugaard Mitchell and her husband, Jay. The governor says the newborn arrived weighing 8 pounds, 8 ounces.The governor and first lady Linda Daugaard now have four grandchildren. All have been born during Daugaard’s first term as governor.Daugaard is to be sworn in for his second term Saturday.

Mike Rounds Sworn Into Office Tuesday In Washington

First Time In 50 Years South Dakota Has All-Republican Congressional Delegation

South Dakota’s former two-term governor and newest U.S. senator Mike Rounds has been sworn into office, making the state’s congressional delegation all Republican for the first time in more than 50 years.Rounds took his oath of office Tuesday morning as his counterpart John Thune looked on in the Senate chamber. He joins Republican majorities in both chambers, and he will sit at the historic desk of former Sen. Peter Norbeck.Rounds will serve on the Armed Services Committee; the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee; the Environment and Public Works Committee; and the Veterans Affairs Committee.Rounds beat three opponents on Nov. 4 to replace retiring Democrat Tim Johnson. The first piece of legislation he will support is a measure to authorize construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.