More than 12 hours after one of the most destructive blazes the city of Mitchell has seen in at least the last 15 years, a fire crew was still dousing the smolder of the Perkins Restaurant that was easily deemed a complete loss.
The lawsuits center on cancers, hormonal problems and gastrointestinal illnesses believed to have been caused by exposure to so-called forever chemicals present in firefighting foam that was used for more than 60 years to put out petroleum fires at U.S. airports and military installations.
For those looking to applaud the 2023 inductees in person, tickets are available for purchase online or through a phone call to the South Dakota Hall of Fame at 605-234-4216 or an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“She was a different politician when she was in the (U.S.) House of Representatives, more open and more inclined to focus on South Dakota issues rather than the hard-right themes. And I honestly believed her 2018 campaign pledge to be the most open of administrations. Maybe I was naive, or maybe she changed. Or both.”
A Searchlight review of budget documents, public testimony, legislation, and state laws pertaining to the fund revealed a common thread: references to the fund being intended for expenses within the state’s borders.
Although FastHorse has been a playwright for 15 years, but 2023 saw history being made as her satirical comedy, The Thanksgiving Play, made its Broadway debut. Making FastHorse the first female Native American playwright to be on the big stage.
Noem's Executive Order requires the head of the Bureau of Human Resources (BHR) to review current and future job openings in state government, and more closely determine whether or not a college degree should be required for that job.