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- 2.Tourism, Outdoors
Hunters Help Wessington Springs Recover
Hunters are coming to South Dakota by the thousands for Saturday’s pheasant opener.
Pheasant hunters from across the country arrived by the planeload at Sioux Falls Regional Airport Friday.
In a little over a week, thousands of pheasant hunters will be flocking the fields of South Dakota. While the past few years, the number of birds has been down, officials with the Game, Fish and Parks Department say this year the numbers are up.
The National Park Service plans to replace lighting at the Mount Rushmore National Memorial.
Construction is underway on an expanded learning center at the Mammoth Site in southwestern South Dakota.
It's not the official opening night, but the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center will still be rocking thanks to Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.
A South Dakota panel has approved rule changes in multiple state departments that include allowing the Department of Transportation to regulate newsstands at highway rest stops.
The state has released details on Custer State Park's 49th Annual Buffalo Roundup and Arts Festival.
AAA is predicting a 1.3-percent increase this year, drivers we talked to haven't seen the jump in traffic.
Great Lakes Airlines will fly bigger airplanes between Pierre and Denver during the hunting season.
Organizers of the South Dakota State Fair say tickets are still available for all grandstand acts, and any grandstand tickets bought by Wednesday will include free gate admission.
South Dakota's oldest county fair is underway.
It's a popular event, and you don't have to pay for it. Those could be a couple reasons the Brown County Fair can boast attendance numbers in the hundreds of thousands.
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