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  1. South Dakota State University journalism student Kylie Carlson has been awarded the 2022 Jeffrey B. Nelson internship and will work as a reporter for News Watch throughout the summer.
  2. Veteran journalist Stu Whitney of Sioux Falls is joining the South Dakota News Watch content team as an investigative reporter.
  3. From Nov. 1 through Dec. 31, donations made to South Dakota News Watch will be doubled up to a total of $50,000. News Watch is South Dakota's only non-profit, public-service journalism organization that provides all content to the public and partner media at no cost. Click the headline above for more information or to donate.
  4. The award honors a non-profit organization that seeks to improve the quality of life in the greater Sioux Falls areas.
  5. South Dakota State University student journalist Andrew Rasmussen, a native of Brookings, has been selected as the inaugural recipient of the "Jeffrey B. Nelson Investigative Journalism Endowed Internship," a new internship launched by South Dakota News Watch and SDSU. The program will provide Rasmussen with real-world experience as a full-time journalist for News Watch over summer 2021.
  6. News Watch won a top award and was a finalist in three other reporting categories in the annual Great Plains Journalism Awards contest in which newspapers of all sizes from eight states competed.
  7. South Dakota News Watch won three top awards from the North American Agricultural Journalism Association for work published in 2020.
  8. News Watch was feted by two separate journalism organizations for its work in 2019, particularly agricultural coverage.
  9. Serious long-form journalism that examines statewide issues is on the endangered list. South Dakota News Watch is trying to change that with quality in-depth reporting.
  10. It’s been a thrilling two weeks since the launch of South Dakota News Watch, which is gaining traction around South Dakota as a timely source of in-depth news about issues of statewide interest.
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