AG's office releases explainer on proposal to change single-subject requirement for amendments | Mar 15
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The Attorney General's office has released draft language explaining a proposal to change the single-subject requirement for constitutional amendments. Currently, constitutional amendments must embrace a single subject and be voted on separately.
Inflation and high interest rates are making home ownership more expensive. The challenges are amplified in reservation communities already short on housing.
The South Dakota National Guard is deploying a firefighting team to the U.S. European Command area of operations. The 216th Fire Fighting team is based out of Rapid City.
Sports are a great way for kids to exercise physically and mentally and some kids are finding their confidence in mixed martial arts. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a ground-based martial art that teaches students principles of self-defense by properly using leverage, angles, pressure and timing.
Daktronics reports a successful third quarter of earnings—positive news following reports of financial struggles for the Brookings-based sign manufacturer. The company says profits rose 32 percent.
The South Dakota Mine's athletic fundraising club received a $1 million donation from alumni Dean Schauer. Schauer's donation will provide athletic scholarships through the Hardrock Club to men's and women's basketball student-athletes over the next two decades.