Nov 8, 2013
KOTA-TV Rapid City
Presidential disaster declaration approved for October blizzard
Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced Friday that 14 South Dakota counties and two Indian reservations will receive federal financial help to recover from an October blizzard that closed roads, downed power lines and killed thousands of livestock.
New tribal grocery store opening soon in Dupree
Earlier this year, KSFY News brought you along to Eagle Butte, where the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe has turned a small grocery store into a thriving community hub.
Keeping the peace: How safe?
In rural South Dakota, when the peaceful night is shattered by glass breaking somewhere in the house, this much people understand, Chase Strand says: Help is not always just a 911 call away.
Cattle losses 'mounting up' West River; relief fund established
Reports of cattle losses characterized by such dire modifiers as "catastrophic" and "devastating for our producers" are mounting in western South Dakota as ranchers make their way into blizzard-raked pastures to count dead animals and to search for live ones that have drifted for miles.