A Chicago-based company has bought the Wharf gold mine in western South Dakota.
Yankton officials say they’re getting $400,000 in grant funding from the state to boost the city’s trail system.
The former office manager of the Fort Pierre Development Corporation has agreed to plead guilty to stealing money from her former employer.
SDSU Rallies To Raise Awareness And Stress The Need
From first grade through the end of college, teachers are a part of your daily life teaching you important lessons in subjects from math to history. Across the Nation, South Dakota has the lowest annual pay for teachers which had students and teachers rallying to raise awareness about the need for a change.
Rally will be held Thursday in the SDSU Student Union
Teacher pay is a hot topic in South Dakota and South Dakota State University students are joining the debate.
Members of the oil and gas industry are contesting the size and longevity of tax increases included in a roughly $50 million proposal to fund roads and bridges.
AAA reports ever since Jan. 27, South Dakota’s pump prices have been on the march, jumping 19 cents during the three-week period.
The state Senate has voted down a measure to increase lawmaker pay to $10,000 for each regular legislative session as part of an effort to encourage more South Dakotans to run for office.
A four-year-old trademark dispute between Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Inc. and Rushmore Photo and Gifts and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will go to trial in the fall rather than this summer.
Lawmakers are set to consider measures on transportation, abortion, a youth minimum wage and all-hours drinking in Deadwood this week in Pierre.
The City of Sioux Falls will host a job fair on Wednesday, February 18, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The job fair will take place in Meeting Rooms A and B at the Main Library downtown, 200 North Dakota Avenue.
A $10,000 Powerball ticket was sold in Brookings in Wednesday night’s drawing.
Target Corp. is terminating about 550 employees in the Twin Cities as it ends operations in Canada.
Would have allowed minimum wage to decrease with negative inflation
A proposal that would allow South Dakota’s minimum wage to decrease in the event of negative inflation has failed in the state House.
The Mitchell School District is considering selling naming rights to various parts of a proposed $13.5 million fine arts center.
Five former mayors of Rapid City are opposing a proposed $180 million expansion of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.
South Dakota lottery officials say a Powerball ticket sold in Marion is worth $10,000 in the Saturday drawing.
Legislative coffee brings varying opinions
South Dakota lawmakers met for their first legislative coffee of the session on Saturday. While several issues were discussed, the improvement of highways and bridges was a big topic on the minds of legislators and citizens.