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KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE-SOUTH DAKOTA
PIERRE, S.D. _ South Dakota’s Senate Democratic leader says state lawmakers should require the Keystone XL pipeline’s developer to pay into an oil spill cleanup fund and impose more regulations on so-called man camps. Sen. Troy Heinert, a Rosebud Sioux Tribe member, said Friday that lawmakers and the state should sit down with tribes to hear their concerns. His words come a day after tribal President Rodney Bordeaux gave an address to the Legislature, saying the pipeline gives his people great anxiety. By James Nord. UPCOMING: 350 words by 3:30 p.m.
BISMARCK, N.D. _ The developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline has complied with a settlement of allegations it violated state rules during construction in North Dakota, despite missing a state deadline to plant thousands of trees, a state regulator says. By Blake Nicholson. SENT: 365 words.
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SIOUX FALLS BUILDING
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. _ South Dakota’s largest city notched another record year for construction in 2018. Sioux Falls issued building permits worth $787 million, marking a sixth straight year of record-breaking construction activity fueled mainly by large new commercial buildings, additions and renovations. UPCOMING: 200 words.
EXCHANGE-MYTHBUSTERS JR HOST
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. _ A Sioux Falls teenager is using her inventing and innovating skills to host a spin-off series of Mythbusters with original host Adam Savage and five other resident “geniuses.” Allie Weber, 13, spent her summer in San Rafael, California filming for the premier of Mythbusters Jr. The eighth-grader is an established inventor who’s won awards and has been recognized for her designs such as a spine-saving binder strap and a frostbite sensor gloves. By Makenzie L Huber, Argus Leader. SENT IN ADVANCE: 731 words.
YANKTON, S.D. _ In her quest for the perfect homemade loaf of bread, a local woman has published a book sharing her personal method for getting perfect results from your bread machine. “Secrets to Baking the Best Bread Ever,” by freelance writer Loretta Sorensen, came out in December and is available from Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Taking her cue from her mother who made everything from scratch, Sorensen said she always wanted to bake bread. By Cora Van Olson, Yankton Press and Dakotan. SENT IN ADVANCE: 904 words, photo.
LAWMAKERS-CHALLENGED, BESTIALITY CASE-SENTENCE, AVERA ACQUISITION, TROOPER ASSAULT-SENTENCE
MINNEAPOLIS _ The Dallas Mavericks, an NBA-worst 3-18 on the road this season, visit the Minnesota Timberwolves, who will play their first home game under interim head coach Ryan Saunders. By Joe Ziemer. UPCOMING: 700 words, photos. Game starts at 7 p.m. CT.
KINGSPORT, Tenn. _ John Michels, a College Football Hall of Famer whose 27 seasons as a Minnesota Vikings assistant coach included all four of their Super Bowl appearances, has died. He was 87. SENT: 210 words.
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