The DSCC has failed to clear the track in several states for their candidate of choice. Now that they've been unable to land their chosen candidate in Kentucky, Georgia, and South Dakota – the Senate Democrats are left facing the awkward situation of having to support their 2nd, 3rd, or even 11th choice
I really believe that a majority of people in South Dakota, Democrats and Republicans, feel the same way I do ... We're not a state of big corporations and billionaires. We're a state of hard-working, ordinary middle-class families.
He certainly was 1 of the pioneers on moving women and people of color into management positions. He was a very strong manager who commanded respect, I think, throughout the industry as well as from those who worked with him. His hardscrabble life, poverty in South Dakota and fighting in World War II prepared him for any battles in a competitive arena, and he loved to compete and he loved to win.More quotes »
5 free things in South Dakota's Black Hills
-- Mount Rushmore National Memorial may be the most famous landmark in the Black Hills of South Dakota, but it's not the only one.Covering approximately 8,000 miles (nearly 13,000 kilometers), the Black Hills are a small, isolated mountain range with a big Read more »
North American bison museum opens in South Dakota
-- A museum chronicling the history of the North American bison is now open in South Dakota.The Museum of the American Bison in downtown Rapid City held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier this month.The nonprofit museum features interactive Read more »
Spring storm crawls eastward; dumps snow, rain
of flight cancellations, stranded motorists and knocked out power to thousands in several Western states.Officials in South Dakota warned residents to prepare for the worst by staying home and keeping off roads as the system moved through the eastern part Read more »
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There Was a Time When Ending Hunger Was a National Goal for Republicans and Democrats
During the ’70s, another Republican leader, Senator Bob Dole of Kansas, forged a partnership with George McGovern, the South Dakota Democrat defeated by Mr. Nixon in 1972. They helped pass legislation to improve the accessibility and antifraud provisions of 5/20/13 from The New York Times Read more »
Neb. Patrol: Vandalism in Whiteclay 'concerning'
were helping patrol a small Nebraska town Monday following the vandalism of two beer trucks earlier this month near a South Dakota Indian reservation where alcohol is banned. Col. David Sankey, the superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol, said more officers 5/20/13 from San Antonio Express Read more »
Taking Actos for Two Years Caused Bladder Cancer, Alleges Lawsuit...
law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of victims injured by defective drugs, has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a South Dakota man who alleges that use of the diabetes drug medication Actos (pioglitazone) caused bladder cancer. The suit was filed on April 5/20/13 from PRWeb Read more »
Oregon National Guard hosts Region VI Best Warrior Competition
said they were feeling the pain. “My feet hurt, but it isn’t an excuse to quit,” said Spc. James R. Furry, with the South Dakota National Guard. The final day of the event arrived and the tempo was only speeding up. From mock grenades to casualty evacuation 5/20/13 from DVIDS Read more »
Oscar Mayer Wienermobile Makes Stop at South Dakota Church, Aids Charity
of Sioux Falls, South Dakota on Pentecost Sunday, 2013. Pastor Kip Roozen of Asbury United Methodist Church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota nearby the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile at the parking lot of Asbury UMC on Pentecost Sunday, 2013. Asbury United Methodist 5/20/13 from The Christian Post Read more »