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South Dakota Open Primaries files petitions with Secretary of State's office | May 07


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Republican Governor Kristi Noem says future editions of her upcoming biography will not include reference to meeting North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Despite that, Noem is neither confirming nor denying the meeting took place.

The question of open primaries has made its next step to be on the ballot in November. The group leading the effort—South Dakota Open Primaries—is filing its petitions with the Secretary of State's office.

U.S. Senator John Thune met with industry leaders across many fields to discuss data privacy in the state and across the U.S. The roundtable conversation, hosted by Dakota State University, offered perspectives from multiple industry leaders in the banking, medical, and technology fields.

With the closure of Presentation College last school year, students had to find their paths forward. Now, some of those students have walked across the graduation stage across town.

Dozens of women traversed the bike trails in the Skyline Wilderness Area in Rapid City to celebrate inclusivity and community for International Women's Mountain Bike Day.

And more.

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