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Some Lincoln County residents push back against proposed prison site | Oct 12


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On today's update...

The final report of the state's indigent legal services task force has been issued. It comes after the task force adopted the report late last month.

Lincoln County residents sounded off over the proposed state of a new state prison at the latest county commission meeting. Summit Carbon Solutions and carbon pipeline setback distances were also a hot topic.

It's always a complicated, emotional path to a school closure. Now, one community in the Sioux Falls area is beginning the process.

The fight to keep the Sioux Falls gymnastics program alive has made its way to the courtroom. The decision to pull the plug on the program, which represented a $75,000 investment against a $320 million budget, was met with outrage by student gymnasts and their families.

The two board members of the Mitchell Baseball Association wanted for failure to report crimes have surrendered to authorities. This is the latest development in the legal chronicle that has enveloped the Legion ballclub.

Drag shows are back on at South Dakota campuses for the first time since the implementation of the "minors on campus" events policy last school year. The Board of Regents policy was enacted after questions were asked about the appropriateness of a "family-friendly" drag show at SDSU.

And more.

Krystal is the local host of "All Things Considered."