South Dakota health officials and medical providers have been near the top of the nation in administering COVID-19 vaccines as they become available, but a significant new challenge awaits as the state moves into a much larger, more difficult-to-define population of people who may qualify for a shot. That upcoming subset of people will include an estimated 80,000 residents with […]
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Correction: A previous version of this article incorrectly referenced state laws regarding driving under the influence of intoxicants. South Dakota Statute 32-23-1 makes it illegal for someone to drive a motor vehicle while under the influence of marijuana. Entrepreneurs across South Dakota are already taking steps to claim a share of the state’s soon-to-be-legal marijuana market, but legislators and regulators […]
Mobridge Snow Queen Callie Weisbeck (far left) was among the winners at the 2021 South Dakota Pageant held in Aberdeen last weekend. Picture with Weisbeck, who was crowned Princess of Autumn are (from left) Princess of Spring, Tinley Nelson, of Aberdeen; 2021 Snow Queen April Simon of Hoven; Princess of Summer, Lindsey Grabowski of Ipswich; Princess of Winter, Haley Hustad […]
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The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed more Native Americans living on reservations in South Dakota to seek homeownership, a potential step toward greater family financial security and community stability in some of the state’s most impoverished regions. But long-standing institutional, economic and geographic barriers continue to block some reservation residents from buying a home. During the first six months of 2020, […]
The Tiger cheerleaders work to get the student body amped up during the Tigers’ 80-51 win over Potter County on Tuesday. The cheerleaders are (from left) Ava Stoick, Channing Wientjes, Regan Stoick, Phoebe Schmaltz, Sarah Lopez and Callie Weisbeck.