KELOLAND On The Go Tuesday, May 14

On the Go

Here’s Tuesday’s KELOLAND On The Go. 

New Tuesday morning, Montana Governor Steve Bullock says he is running for President. The 53-year-old will be the third governor in a race with almost two dozen candidates.

Overnight showers and isolated t-storms moved across KELOLAND. Expect a warmer day today and only isolated redevelopment later in the afternoon. 

More than a year after it was discovered in SIoux Falls, the emerald ash borer is still on many people’s minds. The South Dakota Agriculture Department kicked off a program asking people to pledge they won’t move untreated firewood.

A topic that’s been a top story since March, flooding continues to be a problem for many areas of KELOLAND. And that includes the Lake Thompson area.  KELOLAND News will have more coverage of the flooding at Lake Thompson Tuesday. 

The city of Sioux Falls wants to change up its logo. The Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce sent out a public request for proposals in hopes of finding a creative partner to execute the project.

Stay with KELOLAND.com and KELOLAND News for the latest developments. 
 

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