U.S. Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., leapt onto the national scene back in 2004 when he defeated then-Senate minority leader Tom Daschle.
That... Read More
During the summer of 1978, then-South Dakota governor Dick Kneip, a Democrat, resigned to become U.S. ambassador to Singapore. His... Read More
It was recently revealed by a Sioux Falls media outlet that Kristi Noem, the Republican challenger for South Dakota’s lone U.S. House... Read More
Many South Dakotans know that their governor, Mike Rounds, is a pilot. Recently, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association profiled... Read More
Years ago, state Sen. Frank Kloucek, D-Scotland, lost his effort to designate the Czech pastry known as a "kolache" as South... Read More