April 16, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

40th Annual Mobridge Area Art Show to be held April 18-19

The 40thAnnual Mobridge Art Show will be held at Scherr-Howe Event Center at its Main Street location in Mobridge on April 18-19, 2015. The show is free to the public but free will donations are much appreciated. More...

Herreid students attend State Convention for Student Councils

Over 1100 high school and middle school student leaders and their advisors from 70 schools met this week for the 28th Annual South Dakota Student Council Association (SDSCA) State Convention. More...

STEER, Inc sets new milestone

STEER, Inc. reached a new milestone by sending over 2 million dollars to missions in the first 9 months of their fiscal year, and has now surpassed 23 million dollars to missions since it’s inception in 1957. More...

South Dakota Board of Regents approve tuition and fee rates for 2015-16

The South Dakota Board of Regents Thursday approved tuition and mandatory fees for the upcoming academic year. The impact to students in the public university system is an average cost increase of $455.76 per year, or 5.8 percent. More...

Canadian news correspondent booked for Bismarck speech

The Hagerty journalism lecture series, long a fixture in Grand Forks, this year will include a presentation in Bismarck. More...

Town of Pollock recognized for drinking water compliance

The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) announced today that the Town of Pollock public water system and the system’s operation specialists have been awarded a Secretary’s Award for Drinking Water Excellenc More...

Captive Free to hold ministry events and services in Pollock and Herreid

Captive Free, a four member Youth Encounter ministry team, will be providing a variety of ministry opportunities in the Pollock and Herreid area from Thursday through Sunday, April 16-19. On Thursday, April 16, from 5:30-7 p.m. More...

DENR recognizes WEB Water Development Association for drinking water compliance

The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) announced today that .the WEB Water Development Association public water system and the system's operation specialists have been awarded a Drinking Water Certificate of Achieveme More...

Watch for ticks on spring outings

Tularemia and other tickborne illnesses are reported every year in South Dakota so it’s important that residents protect themselves as they head outdoors, says a state health official. More...

AARP help for new family caregivers

Forty two million Ameri- cans- including more than 100,000 in South Dakotaprovide support to older parents, spouses and other loved ones. More...

Spring turn-out dates: What are your options?

Every year at green up, grass managers must make decisions about when and where to begin grazing. More...

Plan set to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria

A newly-launched federal plan will soon require states to take specific steps to reduce antibiotic resistance but South Dakota is already working on the issue says a state health official. More...

South Dakota Public Universities to offer special ‘Children of Alumni’ tuition rate

Children of alumni from South Dakota public universities may have a new financial incentive to attend a parent’s alma mater. More...

South Dakota Cultural Heritage Center to host “Smithsonian Night” monthly

The Museum of the South Dakota State Historical Society will begin hosting a new evening program each month beginning April 21. More...

Attorney General Jackley and SD Board of Regents prepare for National Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Attorney General Marty Jackley and the South Dakota Board of Regents announce that April 1st marks the start to National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. More...

SBA loans available due to 2014 disaster declaration for ND counties

Campbell County eligible

Small, nonfarm businesses in 44 North Dakota counties and neighboring counties in Minnesota, Montana and South Dakota are now eligible to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). More...