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The Fargo-based company will make its first expansion into the Sioux Falls television market, which covers roughly half of South Dakota and parts of Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska.
Expanded supply of marijuana won't change the policies and practice of Sioux Falls Police Department
Volatile natural gas prices are affected by war in Ukraine and fluctuating international markets.
Sioux Falls Republican is the second South Dakotan to win four terms in the Senate.
Saturday, Nov. 5 was the first day that movements looking to place initiated amendments or measures on the 2024 ballot could begin collecting signatures. That day, Dakotans for Health, an organization that has supported several referendums in the past decade, kicked off their drive to change South Dakota's abortion.
The excitement of months of work culminates in a few hours of chaos and remarkable moments of history.

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Wholestone Farms supporters raised $300,000 last month, including $275,000 from regional pork groups.
The South Dakota Legislature would have to decide how to regulate recreational marijuana if IM27 passes. But Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken raises the city's power of home rule as a potential tool to limit pot sales.
Farmers, business leaders, politicians and residents all have a stake in the Nov. 8 election. But it's only a few thousand voters in the city limits that will make the decision.

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