Falling crude oil prices and improved supplies of gasoline bring people some relief at the gas pump.
On a positive note, we're paying 17 cents less per gallon in South Dakota than at this time last year. But, analysts say the price is about to rise.
East River Electric Power Cooperative has been recognized as "Wind Cooperative of the Year."
The South Dakota Senate has approved a measure that would provide financial incentives to encourage construction of wind power projects in the state.
Drivers have felt the pain at the pump over the last month.
If you're planning on filling up your gas tank on Monday, you can expect to pay nearly 50 cents more than you did a month ago.
A South Dakota Senate committee has endorsed a measure that would provide financial incentives to encourage the construction of wind power projects in the state.
Xcel Energy plans to capitalize on what could be a buyer's market for wind energy this year.
The next time you fill up, you'll notice the price is much, much more than it was just last month.
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