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Nearly 50 South Dakota journalists and students recently attended training sessions in Rapid City and Sioux Falls to sharpen their crime coverage skills.
"Lost In Court: A Journalist’s Guide to Covering Criminal Cases" will help South Dakota journalists and students gain credibility and confidence in navigating what can be a daunting assignment
South Dakota News Watch is presenting the acclaimed play “Lifespan of a Fact” this month at the Black Hills Playhouse in Custer State Park, and Sunday’s performance will feature a panel discussion featuring News Watch staff. The Playhouse describes the play as a “fast-paced story exploding with blistering comedy
South Dakota News Watch Content Director Bart Pfankuch has won a top national agricultural reporting award for a record third time. The North American Agricultural Journalists association selected Pfankuch for the 2023 Glenn Cunningham Award, which is given to the writer of the best agricultural story of the year. Pfankuch
The state of American democracy, and the role the media play in creating an informed electorate, will be at the heart of a daylong conference to be held on the campus of the University of South Dakota in Vermillion on Friday, March 10. The annual Democracy Conference, sponsored by the