Ukrainian woman in South Dakota urges support for her home country | March 15
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A Ukrainian woman in Sioux Falls says there’s a way to help the country against a Russian invasion. She says South Dakotans should urge their congressional delegates to support aid to Ukraine.
The National Park Service has denied South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s request to mark the Fourth of July with fireworks at Mount Rushmore, citing opposition from Native American tribes and the possibility of igniting wildfires.
Billboards targeting members of the legislative panel examining whether Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg should be impeached have been popping up around Sioux Falls.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s election-year fight with fellow Republicans in the Legislature has spurred criticism she is neglecting her job to angle for the White House.
State officials are determining what to do with a golf course they’re acquiring near a state park. A tribal research group wants the land converted to a natural area.