Medical marijuana lottery; Noem’s daughter to turn in appraiser license; Sanford IRS documents

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Some businesses wanting to set up medical cannabis dispensaries in Sioux Falls will get one step closer today.


Governor Kristi Noem’s daughter, Kassidy Peters says she will turn in her appraiser license. In a letter to the South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation, Peters says she will no longer accept new appraisal orders and will dissolve her business by the end of the year.


Even with the pandemic, Sanford Health saw more revenue in 2020 than a year earlier. According to a document filed with the IRS, Sanford brought in $4.8 billion last year.


A Sioux Falls dentist has given up his practice in an agreement with the state dentistry board.



POET is bringing a new facility to the Research park at SDSU.


There are now two candidates planning to run for governor of South Dakota in 2022.


KELOLAND Media Group needs your help to save a life. We are hosting a blood drive outside our studio along Phillips Avenue in downtown Sioux Falls.


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