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SD Sec. of State releases brochure ensuring state's elections are secure | Nov 30


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Officials say a search operation along the James River in Beadle County is connected to a 10-year-old missing person's case. Rachel Cyriacks went missing in 2013.

South Dakota's top election official is moving to bolster belief that the state's elections are safe and secure. Secretary of State Monae Johnson released a brochure detailing the steps the state has taken to protect election integrity.

Governor Kristi Noem is endorsing a months-old U. S. House proposal to prohibit six foreign governments and entities from purchasing U.S. ag land. But that endorsement includes language pointing to deficiencies in a similar bill backed by a South Dakota U.S. Senator.

Lincoln County Commissioners debate how to stay rural without ignoring progress. County residents gathered at the latest meeting to voice their concerns on a new project being proposed.

Five South Dakota high school students will represent their peers at a national leadership event in Washington D.C. this week. The Jobs for America's Graduates National Student Leadership Academy is a capstone leadership experience.

And more.

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