Sun 14 Oct 2018 : The Wichita Eagle
NEW $15 MILLION AQUATIC CENTER ALMOST A REALITY IN YANKTON
The City Commission recently voted unanimously to approve a 20-year opt-out of the state property tax freeze to help pay for a proposed $15 million aquatic center to replace the aging Fantle Memorial Park pool, the Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan reported. The city earlier committed $2 million toward the project.
Fri 12 Oct 2018 : KOTA-TV Rapid City
ANOTHER PIPELINE FIGHT BREWING IN SOUTH DAKOTA
American Indian tribes have written letters to South Dakota's Public Utilities Commission, expressing their opposition to the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline. The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, the Yankton Sioux Tribe and a grassroots group called Dakota Rural Action wrote letters seeking more information about developer TransCanada's compliance with permit conditions.
Fri 12 Oct 2018 : KTIV-TV Sioux City
AUGUSTANA UNIVERSITY TO CONSIDER NCAA DIVISION I ATHLETICS
The Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan reports that university president Stephanie Herseth Sandlin says the possible move from Division II to Division I is part of a long-term planning process and won't be an athletics-only decision. She says athletics can help Augustana expand opportunities and partnerships for the school and its students.
Thu 27 Sep 2018 : KOTA-TV Rapid City
3) SD WARNS ABOUT 'HIGH RISK' INMATE RELEASE
State correctional officials are issuing a notification about the release of an inmate considered to be "high-risk" in the Yankton area. Corrections Secretary Denny Kaemingk says Waggoner has nearly completed his sentence, but is issuing a warning over concerns that he may re-offend.
Wed 26 Sep 2018 : KSCJ-AM Sioux City
YANKTON MAN CHARGED WITH 22 FELONY COUNTS
A Yankton, South Dakota man accused of shooting at a police officer and briefly taking hostages at gunpoint in Box Elder has pleaded not guilty to 22 felony charges including attempted murder and drug possession.