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The group's executive director says the contribution is unprecedented. The donation is included in the first campaign finance disclosure for Sioux Falls Open for Business.
Smart Growth Sioux Falls is asking voters to stop any new facilities.
After heading to Rapid City for the debate, Gov. Kristi Noem left the state for a campaign event with gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake in Arizona. The move drew criticism from some who pointed to Noem's implication in September that recovery from back surgery would curtail her ability to travel for several months.
Kevin Locke practiced Native American hoop dancing and taught himself how to speak Lakota and play the flute.

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The hour-long debate, hosted by KOTA and Dakota News Now in Rapid City, offered voters a look at Noem, Smith and Libertarian candidate Tracey Quint. Topics ranged from Noem's grocery tax announcement to Smith and Noem's differing opinions on how the pandemic should have been handled.
Crow Creek Tribal School, a combination boarding and day school serving the Crow Creek reservation and other Native students from around the country, put in place stringent security measures after a shooting in Fort Thompson involving at least one student.
Footage includes progress on a small butcher shop and proximity to nearby businesses and landmarks. Sioux Falls voters will decide whether to ban future slaughterhouse in the city on Nov. 8.
Sioux Falls native achieves a milestone for a comedian, a spot on a late-night talk show. His debut appearance on CBS comes after 17 years performing stand-up.
Sioux Falls voters must balance multiple factors from workforce to environment to macro-economics to make a black-and-white decision. Campaigns are charged with the task of educating in a short window of time.
Wholestone Farms backers say they have "an uphill battle" to defeat proposed ban on new slaughterhouses in the city. A ballot initiative brought by opponents to the plant will be decided in Nov. 8 election.

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Among the coalition pushing for South Dakotans to support Amendment D is a group of community health centers, which are key sources of basic medical and dental services for low-income South Dakotans. However, opponents of the measure say the promises of the expansion don't align with reality.
Joe Kirby led the move to home rule for Sioux Falls three decades ago. As the metro changes, how must government adapt? What do you think?
A proposed pumped storage project in Gregory County, an investment by Missouri River Energy Services and MidAmerican Energy Company into the "reliability" of a decarbonized grid, has residents of rural towns like Burke and Platte worried about their livelihoods.

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