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This summer South Dakota legislators studied problems in juvenile justice. One conclusion the panel came to is that troubled kids would benefit from a community team approach that includes law enforcement and schools.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, along with the state’s Republican attorney general, say the state will prosecute pharmacists who dispense abortion-inducing pills.
The South Dakota legislature is considering a bill that prevents pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers from accessing medical cannabis.
Presentation College, a private, Catholic school in Aberdeen, has announced its impending closure. Its final graduation ceremony is May 6th. So what’s next for students who haven’t finished their degrees?
Another successful year for the state’s tourism industry saw fourteen-point-four million visitors spend four-point-seven billion in the state. That represents an eight percent increase over 2021.