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Governor Noem accepting applications for spring interns

Pierre, S.D. – Governor Kristi Noem is now accepting applications for the Governor’s Office spring internship program. Student interns will work with staff on various projects depending on interests and strengths, but typical duties include aiding the governor’s general counsel, constituent services manager, and communications team; conducting policy research; preparing policy briefings; and staffing the Governor and Lieutenant Governor. Internships […]

To Walk In Beauty: Happy New Year: A Navajo perspective and greeting

Today is the first of October, and to the Navajo people, it is a special time of the year. In the Navajo language, October is called “Gháájí”, which translates to “back-to-back”. Our traditional stories say that this is the time when the seasons interact with one another, often resulting in rapid changes in temperature from warm to cool, and vice […]

Fall Perennial Flower Gardens

Fall is here! When you think of gardens, you may think you can only grow during spring and summer, but gardening season is not over with fall’s arrival. It’s a great time to plan and prepare for your next creation. You can continue to do fall flower gardens which can and will bring amazing results in the spring. The best […]

Weekly garden and home improvement tips

Greetings and thank you again for following this segment this year. The growing season is mostly over now, and I sincerely hope your gardens have done well. There are a few more things to do before the heavy frost and snow arrive. Last of the harvest Go ahead and harvest out your garden, including your sweet and native corn. You […]

At the Heart of It: A glance back at early journalism in Victorian England

  The content of early magazines was like a mouth-watering dessert at the end of a fine meal in a fine home. Anthony Trollope’s novel, Framely Parsonage, published in serial form like episodes for a TV show, ran in the first edition of the flashy Cornhill Magazine from 1860 to 1862. The novel ran three chapters at a time and […]

CRYP officially launches the 2019 Wo Otúh’an Wi Toy Drive

In just 12 weeks, the Cheyenne River Youth Project will bring Santa Claus to South Dakota’s Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation, where he will deliver thousands of personalized Christmas gifts to more than 1,500 children from 20 communities. Time is short for such a herculean undertaking, so in these early days of autumn, CRYP has officially announced the kickoff of its […]


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