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Living

Landmarks: The Miller Bulls

Last Updated by Michael Zimny on

A Pair of Bulls — a Hereford and an Angus — Stand as a Tribute to Miller's Ranching Heritage

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Wayne Porter Has Built His Giant Horse. Time to Take it for a Ride.

Posted by Michael Zimny on

Out of his head. Onto the highway.

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2017 Fall Academic Achievement Team Award Recipients

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

All varsity athletic teams and fine arts groups that achieve a combined grade point average of 3.0 or higher are eligible to receive the SDHSAA Academic Achievement Team Award. With the completion of all the SDHSAA fall activities, the SDHSAA announces the following schools and their teams who have received the “Academic Achievement Team Awards” for the 2017-2018 Fall Season.

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Children & Education

Raising Brilliant Kids — With Research To Back You Up

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Two experts believe that six C's form a framework that can help parents guide kids as they grow.

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PBS KIDS Goes Back to School with Free Resources for Parents and Teachers and First-Ever DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD Movie

Posted by Laura Dimock on

As summer winds down, PBS KIDS will offer a variety of resources to help kids kick off the new school year. This September, PBS KIDS will premiere the first-ever movie from the beloved series from Fred Rogers Productions, DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD, which will explore social/emotional-based school-readiness themes.

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PBS Wants YOU to Join THE GREAT AMERICAN READ

Last Updated by Laura Dimock on

The First-of-Its-Kind National Celebration of Books Combines Original Digital Content, Multi-Platform Resources, National Partnerships and Local Activities Taking Place in Communities Around The Country.

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Buddy Fitness – August-September

Posted by Heather Benson on

Be Healthy! This month we’re telling you how to get fit.

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Savor Dakota

Savor Dakota Entrees: An Extended Conversation with Chef Sanaa Abourezk

Last Updated by Heather Benson on

Chef Sanaa Abourezk shares mediterranean dishes from Syria with guests at a restaurant that bears her name. Much can be shared with a community simply by passing a plate.

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Savor Dakota Season 2 Links

Last Updated by Melissa Sievers on

Links to the folks interviewed during season two can be found here.

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Savor Dakota at the Legislature: SB 96, Make Chislic the State Nosh

Last Updated by Melissa Sievers on

Chislic is a love it or leave it type of dish with a significant following. The meat treat is typically served using lamb or mutton, occasionally other proteins might be offered instead. Senate Bill 96 would make the skewered meat the official nosh of South Dakota.

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Science & Technology

Initiated Measure 22

Posted by Stephanie Rissler on

An Act to revise campaign finance and lobbying laws, creates an ethics commission and democracy credit program.

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Senator Thune Discusses Advancements In Technology At South Dakota Tech Conference

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

One of the priority topics during his speech was technology in rural South Dakota. He discussed the importance of technology advancements in all parts of the state, not just urban areas.

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Sowing Seeds of Discovery: NASA's Quest to Reach Mars by 2030

Last Updated by Katy Beem on

Jason Crusan wants you to know today's NASA is not your grandparents' space program.

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Sports & Recreation

South Dakota Media Preps High School Football Poll (August 27-September 1)

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

The South Dakota Media Preps poll for the week of August 27th - September 1st. Check out where the teams are all ranking...

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Yankton Ready For Season As They Embrace Change

Last Updated by Gary Ellenbolt on

Four of South Dakota’s seven high school football classes started playing last week. Tonight, the three largest classes will get their seasons going.

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Colome Flirts With A Record In Opening Season Game

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

Last Friday night, high school football season kicked off in South Dakota for all three nine-man classes and class 11B. It’s always said that records are meant to be broken, and that nearly happened opening night when Colome hosted Centerville.

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"In The Margins" With Lori Walsh

A Book, A Hammock and a Lifetime of Reading

Last Updated by Lori Walsh on

It's time to pack your beach bag with books and get ready for a holiday weekend. As the summer reading season heats up, we catch up with Peggy Stout. She's the owner of Prairie Pages Bookseller in Pierre.

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