SE Asia Trade Team In SD Over The Weekend

SE Asia Trade Team In SD Over The Weekend

A trade team from Southeast Asia was in South Dakota this weekend to see the quality of the soybean crop and build relationships with farmers.  International Marketing Consultant Peter Mishek  says the group represented feed manufacturers and grain buyers from one of...
Natural Resource Districts days appear to be over

Natural Resource Districts days appear to be over

After several years of legislative debate, and months of rulemaking, an effort to set up natural resource districts appears to be over. The River Basin Natural Resource District Advisory Task Force was created to oversee the process. Jay Gilbertson, Manager of the...
Senate Defeats “Skinny” Affordable Care Act Bill

Senate Defeats “Skinny” Affordable Care Act Bill

Senators voted 51 to 49 overnight to reject a measure to repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act. The so called “skinny repeal” was an attempt to find a compromise bill that could begin the repeal process. South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds was unsure what comes next....
South Dakotans Hanging on Through Severe Drought

South Dakotans Hanging on Through Severe Drought

Eric Tegethoff RAPID CITY, S.D. – South Dakotans have seen their crops turn to dust this summer as the state suffers from the worst drought in the nation. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, 80 percent of counties are in some stage of drought, and 15 percent...