Economic development groups helped fund Gov. Noem's 'Freedom Works Here' campaign. They're also doing the heavy lifting of recruiting workers to the state.
"We're pleased that our First Amendment right to circulate these petitions, which was threatened with this policy, is no longer being threatened."
South Dakota's veteran population has declined 20% since 2010, and finding veterans to participate in honor guard ceremonies is getting more difficult. “I feel like we need to continue to have these remembrances.”
Other South Dakota conservatives aren't convinced there's a problem: “I called these people and they assured me they were not dead.”
“It’s OK to not be able to fix everything. Sometimes you need to get other people to help.”
Dusty Johnson has risen from a fresh face on the PUC and chief of staff for Gov. Dennis Daugaard to South Dakota's U.S. House Representative. Could a run for governor be next?
South Dakota’s housing market is showing signs of stagnation, with a sharp dip in building permits revealing a reluctance of potential buyers to construct new homes.