Corsica farmer sentenced to federal prison; South Dakota Soybean Checkoff donates tires; 22 DUI arrests

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The Vermillion School Board is scheduled to decide on a final transgender bathroom policy at its meeting next week.

A Corsica farmer will spend seven and a half years in federal prison and has been ordered to pay back $24 million to his victims in a cattle “ponzi” scheme.

A sobriety checkpoint over the past weekend led to 22 DUI arrests in three hours.

Soybean biproducts are creating new markets for the commodity. One product is a model of Goodyear tires that are being made from soybean oil. South Dakota Soybean Checkoff donated these tires to 50 different sheriffs departments across the state.

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