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Attorney For Lead Murder Suspect Wants Evidence Suppressed
Defense attorney Ellery Grey maintains police
violated the rights of 44-year-old James Rogers Jr.
when they searched his apartment
Educational Co-op Board Meets After GEAR UP Dissolves
Director Dan Guerke said because of the
distractions, the strategic planning committee
doesn't have the annual report done.
State Probe Clears Officers In Lawrence County Shootout
Rory Gunderman, of Sundance, Wyoming, died of a
self-inflicted gunshot wound, not from a bullet
fired by one of the officers.
Police: Watertown Juvenile Arrested For Making Threats
Watertown Police received a report that a juvenile
threatened to shoot people at Watertown High School.
Storm Re-Sign Defensive Back Jon Setzer
The Sioux Falls Storm have re-signed defensive back Jon
Setzer, who tallied 45 tackles, an interception, and a
safety last season.
Community Center Opens At Ellsworth Air Force Base
The 5,100-square-foot facility is the centerpiece of
a $64 million construction project that when
complete will add 214 homes.
South Dakota Historical Newspapers Now Available Online
The Historical Society received a two-year $295,000
grant in 2014 to digitize the historical newspapers.
SDSU Offers Master's In Industrial/Organizational Psych
The South Dakota Board of Regents approved the
master's degree in industrial-organizational
psychology this week.
Thursday Morning Business Brief
European shares are uneven in early trading, with
markets in France and Germany slightly up, but
slightly down in Britain.
Sioux Falls Man Hospitalized After Stabbing
At 12:30 a.m. Thursday, Sioux Falls Police were
called Get-N-Go, 600 N. Cliff Ave., for reports of a