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Pierre intersection closure today: Missouri and Coteau

The intersection of Missouri Avenue and Coteau Street in Pierre will close today (Aug. 10, 2022) for underground utility work. The work is expected to be complete by the end of the week. While the intersection is under construction, traffic is encouraged to detour around the area. The city maintains...
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Chip seal operations begin this week in Pierre

Weather permitting, the City of Pierre will begin its 2022 chip seal operation today (Aug. 10, 2022). Throughout the operation, the city will chip seal more than 100 blocks of street. “No parking” signs will be placed in construction areas prior to road work. Because chip sealing is a rolling operation, traffic disruptions will be minimal. However, flaggers will be at impacted intersections to guide motorists through work zones.
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Noem & colleagues ask Biden to lift vaccine mandate on international travel

PIERRE, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - Gov. Noem and 16 other Republican governors sent a letter to President Joe Biden asking him to end vaccine mandates for all non-U.S. citizen travelers entering the United States. “Over the last several months, countries around the world dropped mandatory vaccine requirements for visitors...
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Future of collegiate baseball in Pierre up in the air after folding of Expedition League

PIERRE, S.D. (DRGNews.com) – The future of collegiate baseball in Pierre is up in the air after the collapse of the Expedition League. Owner Steve Wagner has folded the Pierre Trappers after a tumultuous fifth season in the Expedition League, also owned by Wagner. Only four teams began play this season in the Expedition League, with two choosing to end their seasons a month early amid frustrations and accusations of mismanagement by Wagner, who had lost most of the other teams in the league to Independent League Baseball last fall after similar complaints.
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Rep. Dusty Johnson offers update on Farm Bill during Pierre visit

PIERRE, S.D. — Rep. Dusty Johnson, R-S.D., offered an update on Farm Bill negotiations during a roundtable visit in Pierre on Tuesday, Aug. 8. The stop is part of several listening sessions around the state with producers and interest groups planned in August, most of which is designated as a recess from federal legislative work.
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Governor Football Opens Practice, Aiming For 6th Straight State Title

PIERRE – Practice is underway this week for Pierre Governor Football, which aims to win a sixth consecutive 11AA championship. In the playoff era of South Dakota high school football, dating back to 1981, only one school has won six consecutive championships. West Central won six 11A titles in a row from 2000 through 2005. The Governors are having their first week of work, as has been the case during the tenure of Head Coach Steve Steele, at the Oahe Downstream Recreation Area.
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LifeServe talks the importance of donating blood

ONIDA, S.D.(KCCR)- LifeServe Blood Center carried out its inaugural blood drive in Onida last week. A total of 29 donors came to the Phoenix Center and donated 36 units of blood, capable of save over 100 lives. Abbie Arneson with LifeServe says the first drive went well. Arneson says LifeServe...
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Judge suggests settlement over Moreau River flood

PIERRE, S.D. (KELO) — The judge in a 25-year-old dispute over what caused the 1997 flooding on the Moreau River says he’s likely to rule in favor of the parties that brought the lawsuit against the federal government. Senior Judge Loren A. Smith from the U.S. Court of...
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Chip Seal Operations Start

Weather permitting, the City of Pierre will begin its 2022 chip seal operation on Wednesday, Aug. 10. Throughout the operation, the city will chip seal more than 100 blocks of city street. “No parking” signs will be placed in construction areas prior to road work. Because chip sealing is a rolling operation, traffic disruptions will be minimal. However, flaggers will be at impacted intersections to guide motorists through work zones.
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