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Sister Wives Star Garrison Brown Death: Tragedy Strikes Family

USDA releases final rule on competition; Vikings release RB, Big Ten tournament sellout, Pierre School Board rejects bids. #Agriculture #Competition

The USDA has recently released the final rule on competition under the Packers and Stockyards Act, eliciting reactions from various agriculture groups. The Vikings made a decision to release running back Alexander Mattison in hopes of boosting their ground game. The Big Ten tournament saw a sellout crowd thanks to the incredible performance by Caitlin Clark, showcasing the ability of these women to draw large audiences.

The Pierre School Board has rejected bids for the proposed T.F. Riggs Athletic Addition project, while the Walworth County Commission met on Tuesday, March 5, 2024. Beef producers are considering rebuilding their herds, with the success of U.S. red meat exports hinging on support for corn and soy.

Farmer sentiment has seen a modest improvement, although financial concerns still loom large. Country singer Riley Green is set to perform at the 2024 South Dakota State Fair on Saturday night. Fort Pierre is moving forward with repairs to the Fort Volunteer structure, while a semi-truck stuck under Pierre's train bridge caused traffic disruptions for over two hours on Monday morning.

Governor Noem has signed a bill aimed at preventing "evil foreign governments" from owning agricultural land in South Dakota. Agriculture Secretary Vilsack is confident that the EPA will approve a waiver for E15 sales this summer. Peaceful Pines in Fort Pierre celebrated its grand opening with tours, snacks, and giveaways.

Corn Congress is pushing for expanded access to foreign markets, while the JV Oahe Capitals boys' team placed 2nd at the state tournament. The Varsity team is set to play Sioux Falls West in the first game of their state tournament, which kicks off on Friday. Senator Thune has entered the race to succeed McConnell as Senate leader, and Steve Steele has been named CEO of the Boys and Girls Club of the Capital Area. Both the Stanley County Commission and Pierre City Commission are meeting tonight to discuss various issues.

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