South Dakota Public Broadcasting hosted a debate Oct. 18 on the University of South campus between U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem (R-S.D.) and her Democratic opponent Matt Varilek.
The debate, which took place in the SDPB studio, featured questions from...State/Local
Bill Muller was a ball of nerves. On a nearly three-hour car ride during the 2008 campaigning season, Muller found himself one-on-one with the 1972 Democratic presidential nominee and former Sen....State/Local
With the election two weeks away, candidates vying for the District 17 positions in the state legislature answered questions from voters during a public forum in Vermillion Oct. 23.
In the race...State/Local
1. A Vermillion man allegedly violated a court order at the 200 block of High Street. The male allegedly violated a protection order by trying to see his child at the school. There was no...State/Local
The W.O. Farber Center for Civic Leadership and the University of South Dakota Political Science League will join together to bring former U.S. Representatives Stephanie Herseth Sandlin, her husband...State/Local
The Princeton Review released its guides to law and business schools this week, ranking both the University of South Dakota School of Law and the Beacom School of Business among the nation’s...State/Local
As she nears the end of her first re-election campaign, Republican Rep. Kristi Noem of South Dakota is focusing on juggling her official duties in Congress while keeping up on the campaign...State/Local
The Democratic Party candidate for South Dakota’s at-large U.S House of Representatives seat, Matt Varilek, said South Dakotans deserve a congressman who is going to provide them with the...State/Local
Volunteers from Coyoteopoly took bags around the town of Vermillion for their annual food drive last week and will pick them up Oct. 27.
The CEO of the food drive Jeff Heier said Coyoteopoly is a...State/Local