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High schoolers seek answers from U.S. Rep. Dusty Johnson | Apr 10


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More than 250 high school students gathered at Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls to discuss civic values with their U.S Congressman. Rep. Dusty Johnson’s Level Up Youth Conference offered a chance for students to ask questions and learn skills like respectful political engagements.

In an effort to address growing demand for their services, LifeScape is breaking ground on a 200,000 square-foot children’s campus in Sioux Falls. Over the last three years, state lawmakers have put $14 million toward the project.

South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks commissioners add more than 100 non-resident waterfowl licenses for next season. The topic was the largest point of contention at the department’s latest commission meeting.

Dakota State University is developing a program to allow students in certain fields to get their degree sooner. Starting this fall, the university if offering fast-track options for Network Security, Computer Science, and Cyber Operations degrees.

And more.

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