Walworth County sets boundaries for solar developments | Nov 20
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After a gun store was robbed in Isabel last year, three South Dakota men are headed to federal prison for stealing and trafficking more than 100 firearms.
Israel and Palestine are a world away, but the implications of war in the Middle East are felt here. With crimes targeting BOTH the Jewish and Muslim communities, one USD professor hopes to see the school stand with both groups.
The Walworth County Commission has established a minimum setback distance for solar power plants. This comes as some residents push back against a proposed energy project in development near Mobridge.
The head of Ellsworth Air Force Base is reacting to the first test flight of a nuclear capable stealth bomber earlier this month. Ellsworth is the future home of the B-21 Raider, which is expected to arrive in the mid-2020s.
The annual South Dakota Local Foods Conference took place in Sioux Falls over the weekend. This years' slogan is "Grow, Nourish, Sustain."