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Canadian company backs out of Fall River County mining claims | Dec 09


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On today's update...

A Canadian company is cancelling an acquisition of mining claims for a uranium project in Fall River County. Pegasus Resources cites a failure to negotiate an agreement and a recent local voter-approved initiative declaring uranium mining a nuisance.

Governor Kristi Noem is calling for a review of all state investments to determine whether taxpayer dollars are being invested in companies that pose a threat to national security.

Electric Vehicles become more and more prevalent with each generation of cars. One South Dakota city wants to get ahead of the EV curve.

An assistant professor at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has done breakthrough research in nanoparticles that could change engineering and medical science.

Grocery store prices are up more than 10 percent over this time a year ago - according to U.S. Department of Agriculture data. The climbing food prices have motivated some South Dakota moms to be more creative when it comes to feeding their families.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.