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    SIOUX FALLS | South Dakota Senate Republicans in a private 2020 meeting planned how to achieve an already-negotiated outcome to a committee investigating a pair of lawmakers for being intoxicated during legislative proceedings even before the committee had a chance to meet, according to a te…

    The Badlands Sabres scored two goals toward the end of the second period Saturday night to get within one of the Great Falls Americans, but they couldn't find an equalizer and fell 6-4 to split their two-game series at Roosevelt Park Ice Arena.

    PALMDALE, Calif. — Scored by the percussion of a bomber fleet flyover and chants of “USA!” Friday from a wall of Northrop Grumman employees, after seven years of development and a legacy dating back 80, the B-21 Raider was unveiled at Northrop Grumman’s and the U.S. Department of Defense's P…

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the death of a worker at a Sioux Falls packaging facility. The Argus Leader reports that OSHA its investigators are speaking with employees and the owner of Bell Inc. to find out what happened. Details about what happened and the identity of the employee were not immediately released. In a statement, Bell Chief Operating Officer Ben Arndt wrote that the company was saddened by the loss of the employee and will cooperate with the investigation. Arndt said that employee safety is a top priority.


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    SIOUX FALLS — A South Dakota man is charged with threatening a state official and judge after he allegedly faxed a message to a local TV station saying he planned to kill Gov. Kristi Noem and allegedly emailed a threat to a judge.

    After about 4.5 hours of deliberation on Thursday, a Pennington County jury found 36-year-old Ashley Peltier guilty of first-degree manslaughter for stabbing her boyfriend through the heart with a paring knife during an argument on June 8, 2021, the day before his 30th birthday.

    South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Friday appointed Monae Johnson, who won election for secretary of state in November, to fill the position for the next month following the early resignation of the current secretary of state.

    Republicans will hold a House majority for the first time since Rep. Dusty Johnson entered Congress in 2018, yet that's unlikely to change the South Dakota Republican's political style of focusing on conservative policy over hot takes on cable news or Twitter, he told The Associated Press Thursday.

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