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Northwest SD Cooperatives To Bury Blizzard-Plagued Lines
The proposed Dakota Access pipeline would cut through more than a dozen counties in South Dakota and Iowa before ending in Illinois.
There’s still time to register for this week’s South Dakota Biotech Summit: Inspiring Innovation.
South Dakota businesses should be searching for ways to benefit from the energy boom in their sister state of North Dakota.
Officials say five electric cooperatives are using state and federal disaster funds to bury hundreds of miles of power lines to protect against widespread outages from storms.
It's been seven months since South Dakota drivers have been able to fill up at current gas prices.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will provide funds to eight projects in rural South Dakota that focus in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Williston is now working with the state to create a new sales tax that would be split between the city and county.
Minnesota propane suppliers are hoping to avoid a repeat of the shortages that hit the Midwest last winter, leading to record high prices and leaving many people without access to the fuel.
Xcel Energy is negotiating deals for big solar projects in Minnesota.
The Plain Green Conference on sustainability will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn downtown Sioux Falls on September 12.
A licensing board of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has ruled that a mining company must release the results of a geological survey to opponents of its proposed uranium mine in western South Dakota.
A panel for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is in Rapid City this week for a three-day hearing on the licensing of a proposed uranium mine near Edgemont. But even before the hearing began, members of the panel traveled to Hot Springs, closer to the proposed mine, to take public comments on the controversial issue.
An oil company hasn't paid a $1.5 million fine assessed by North Dakota regulators two years ago for violations of the state's rules for disposing of salt water.
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