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South Dakota receives $4.2M following Google privacy settlement | Nov 17

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On today's update...

Sanford Health has announced plans to merge with a smaller, Minnesota-based healthcare network. It’s not the first time this has been proposed though.

Senator John Thune is keeping his position within G-O-P leadership in the U-S Senate. His fellow Republicans reelected him as a party whip. It’s a position Thune has held since 2019.

South Dakota is getting a multi-million-dollar payout following a massive settlement with Google over its location tracking practices.

An independent review confirms a report that calls for reduction in timber sales in the Black Hills National Forest. The review came after the report was challenged by members of the timber industry.

Gas prices are falling in South Dakota, but we can still expect pain at the pump over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. GasBuddy reports the state’s average price fell three cents to $3.56 per gallon.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.