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Zebra mussels and why we should care | May 23


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On today's update...

Engineers along the Missouri River’s hydroelectric dams continue to fight against invasive Zebra mussels. Now they’re using a newly approved compound to treat the water.

Iowa is the first state in the nation to require most gas stations to sell fuel with at least 15% ethanol under a bill signed by Gov. Kim Reynolds. Most gas sold in Iowa, South Dakota and across the country is blended with 10% ethanol.

The T.H.R.I.V.E program aims to train executives of high-performing small businesses in South Dakota. T.H.R.I.V.E stands for train, hope, rise, innovate, venture and elevate.

Sioux Falls Lincoln and Yankton high schools are celebrating state tennis championships. Both the Patriots and Bucks boys tennis squads won team titles last week during state tournaments in Rapid City.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.