PIERRE, S.D. - South Dakota is near the top of the pack as a great place for millennials to live, according to new research by state.
For adults ages 20 to 24, South Dakota is ranked second only to North Dakota by the personal finance websiteMoneyRates.com, as one of the most attractive states for young people just starting their careers.
MoneyRates senior financial analyst Richard Barrington says South Dakota has a winning combination of factors in its favor.
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The Lake County Commission has approved three items as part of a larger project that will eventually help bring water to Madison. As part of a special meeting to consider zoning items on Friday, commissioners approved a variance, conditional use permit, and plat for Big Sioux Rural Water to build a water pumping station in the southeast part of the county. Martin Jarrett with Big Sioux Rural Water told commissioners it’s all part of a three-million dollar project that will in
When it comes to cheap available housing, employment and a quality nightlife, South Dakota has most of the country beat. At least, according to the financial management website MoneyRates. The Mount Rushmore state has the proper amenities for someone either fresh out of college, or an young adult who has settled but wants to try something new. "I was in Minneapolis for ten years," says Meranda VanNingen, the client service specialist for Insight Marketing Design. "And after s
South Dakota Republicans got behind their party's presumptive presidential nominee on Tuesday. Donald Trump easily won the South Dakota GOP primary, claiming more than 67 percent of the vote as of late Tuesday with a handful of precincts yet to report. The Associated Press called the contest for Trump minutes after polls closed in western South Dakota, quickly quieting speculation about whether former opponents Ted Cruz or John Kasich might make a stronger showing as protest
PIERRE, S.D. – Tuesday marks the first ever Inspired Giving Day in South Dakota. More than 200 businesses and other organizations are encouraging South Dakotans to donate to help the American Heart Association promote healthier living. The long-term goal is to help South Dakota communities become free of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Kevin Sypal, regional vice president of the American Heart Association of South Dakota, says the donations will partly go towards working w
South Dakotan’s share the same area code. 6-0-5 is used by every South Dakotan from Sioux Falls to Spearfish. It’s turns out that June 5th… is 6-0-5 day… and state officials think this is a great time to celebrate what it means to be South Dakotan. South Dakota is one of twelve states that have one area code for all residents. The number coincidentally matches the date of June 5th.Katelyn Richter is with state Department of Tourism. She says there are many reasons to celebrat