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NWS: South Dakotans facing 'dangerous' cold amid holiday travel | Dec 21


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On today's update...

We’ve got another round of winter weather coming our way over the next few days. South Dakota will see about one to three inches of snow move  across the state today with the highest amounts in the north, especially in the Northeast along the Sisseton Hills.

Governor Kristi Noem is cancelling a contract that would help prop up a liaison to help transgender individuals navigate the healthcare system. Noem made the move after responding to questions from a conservative media outlet.

The Government Accountability Board has dismissed a complaint against Governor Kristi Noem over her use of the state plane.

In Sioux Falls or Rapid City, having a first responder present at any school is a given. For schools in smaller communities though, long response times means districts need to get creative.

A South Dakota county and the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe have finalized an agreement that will give a tribal member a seat on the Lyman County Board of Commissioners.

While the holidays are supposed to be a time of happiness and cheer, getting scammed is a quick way to lose that Christmas spirit. What should you be on the lookout for this holiday season?

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.