Forget the cavalry—maybe the Indians can save us! I was pleased to read this week that the Sisseton-Wahpeton, Rosebud, Santee, and Yankton Sioux peoples are suing the U.S. State Department to stop further work on TransCanada's Keystone pipeline in North and South Dakota. Treaty violations! say our fellow prairie dwellers. The current suit appears to only cover Keystone I here in eastern Dakota Territory, although maybe the tribes will have a similar argument if the State Department approves Keystone II across West River.
The rain spirits haven't been smiling on the project; perhaps we'll luck out and have a judge or two take the same position.
Winter wheat looks better in May 22 report - The South Dakota Wheat Commission distributed its latest report Monday evening on the condition of winter wheat throughout the state: 2 percent very poor; ...
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