ATF seeks public's help solving South Dakota gun burglary | Aug 19
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The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms is offering a ten-thousand-dollar reward for information about a gun burglary. Over 100 firearms were stolen from Reloader’s Corner in Isabel.
Senator Mike Rounds says rural states should stick together during next year’s Farm Bill negotiations. The legislation is renewed every five years. It underwrites conservation programs, creates a safety net for agriculture producers, and funds SNAP, the federal nutrition subsidy.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is boosting pay for correctional officers at state prisons that have struggled with staffing shortages in recent months.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has developed a new strategy to better engage with hundreds of Native American tribes facing climate change-related disasters.
Veterans from 36 states are in Rapid City this week for the Military Order of the Purple Hearts National Convention. The event is for recipients of the Purple Heart. The award is given to U.S. veterans who are injured or killed due to enemy actions.
A company exploring for gold in the northern Black Hills has attracted millions of dollars from investors. Now the company plans to add hundreds of new test holes to its exploration program.