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Getting Proactive on Mental Health in Western South Dakota

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Recorded 16 May 2018

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Cloud Storage and IT Security is the focus of the September Making a Living

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U.S. Senator Rounds, Farmers, SDSU Economist on Federal Tariffs

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Chuck Parkinson hosts

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Where do we go from here? A discussion of the economic, social, and public policy issues in front of us now that will shape the community in the coming years.

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#SDElection18 Explainer: Amendment Y

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The June primary includes a vote on changes to Marsy's Law, which was implemented by South Dakota voters in 2016. SDPB's news team breaks down the changes in this video explainer.

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Billie Sutton Readies for General Election Opponent

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Next week voters decide which candidates represent the Republican Party in the general election.he winner of the Republican Primary goes on to face Democrat Billie Sutt0n, a State Senator state from Burke.

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Fact Check: Republican Gubernatorial Candidate

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SDPB's news team has dug into the details with a fact-checked transcript of our Republican Gubernatorial debate held May 29, 2018 in SDPB's Vermillion studio.

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VIDEO: 2018 Gubernatorial Republican Primary Debate

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Video from SDPB's Gubernatorial Republican Primary debate held May 29, 2018 at SDPB's Vermillion studio.

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Tim Bjorkman Says If You Want to Solve Big Problems, Stop "Dialing for Dollars"

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Democratic candidate for U.S. House Tim Bjorkman joins the program with an update on his campaign. We discuss the skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs and how the candidate says money has changed the way democracy works ... and how to turn it around with integrity.

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