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Owner of Huron Luxury Cinemas sues city over approval of medical marijuana dispensary

Mike Moore, owner of a Huron movie theater, is suing the Huron City Commission over its approval of a medical marijuana dispensary permit.


SDDOE releases report detailing where 'divisive concepts' were found in its department, teachings

The education secretary said of the thousands of items reviewed, a very small number were deemed "out of alignment" with the governor's executive order.


Axtell Park updates dress code policy to include more pant, shirt options after parents raise concerns

The dress code is "adapted in response to your feedback," administrators told parents in an Aug. 12 letter.


108 first-time, first-year Sioux Falls teachers get $200 grants to help with supplies

On average, teachers spend more than $400 of their own money nationally on school and classroom supplies each year. These $200 grants can help.


Why haven't police released body cam footage in Sioux Falls Burger King shooting?

Why police won't be releasing body cam footage from Sioux Falls Burger King shooting.


New social studies standards should be 'free from political agendas and activism,' DOE draft states

This new set of proposed standards should be "free from political agendas and activism," according to a description posted by the DOE.


3 things we learned about the Landback movement from NDN Collective's time on CNN

The Rapid City-based NDN Collective was featured on CNN Sunday night, speaking about the Landback movement.


How South Dakota college athletes are using NIL deals

More than 150 South Dakota college athletes have NIL deals, ranging from brand ambassadors to clothing lines.


Bishop Dudley director asks for help as homeless task force starts: 'These are citizens of Sioux Falls'

Sioux Falls' Homeless Task Force wants to avoid the struggles that have plagued past attempts to deal with homelessness.


Partnership between South Dakota, Lake Area college gives chance at new life after prison

A partnership between the labor and corrections departments and LATC gives parolees an opportunity to a brighter future through the UpSkill Program.


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