Payment dispute between Avera, Sully County reaches SD Supreme Court | Oct 10
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South Dakota law requires counties to help with medical bills for residents who can't afford it, but what happens when the patient only lives there for part of the year? That's the question in front of the state Supreme Court.
A major state water provider receives the go-ahead from the state to tap more water from the Missouri River. WEB water is a rural water system service provider that serves thousands of customers in northeastern South Dakota.
The South Dakota Department of Corrections has selected a site for a new penitentiary. State officials say the department bought two 160-acre parcels of land in rural Lincoln County.
The second annual Lakota Media Summit brought a crowd of academics, journalists, and prominent voices from Indian Country back to the Black Hills. The question remains — how much more significant can this event become?
The stories of Indigenous Americans are as valuable as any other, but those stories aren't always told accurately or helpfully. Inclusion of Native voices in media are crucial — but how can we create those opportunities?
Game, Fish and Parks commissioners voted to deny a hound petition and allowed the Custer State Airport license to lapse in their latest meeting.