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December 15, 2011

SD: Custer State Park Names New Superintendent

CUSTER STATE PARK, S.D. – Matt Snyder has been selected as the new superintendent of Custer State Park. Snyder begins his duties Dec. 19, succeeding Richard Miller, who is retiring after 11 years with the park, the last seven years as superintendent. “Matt’s extensive experience in park management and as the operations manager for the […]

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SD: Black Hills Snowmobile Trails Open Today With Limited Grooming

PIERRE, S.D. – While the snowmobile trails in the Black Hills officially open today, snowmobile enthusiasts will need to have a little patience before they can take to the trails this winter. “It’s certainly not a typical start to the season,” said Shannon Percy, District Park Supervisor with the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks

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SD: Over 800 Attend Fort Sisseton Annual Frontier Christmas

LAKE CITY, S.D. – About 800 people started their holiday season with crafts and wagon rides at Fort Sisseton Historic State Park’s Frontier Christmas. The annual Frontier Christmas, held December 10, gave visitors a chance to celebrate time-honored holiday traditions at an authentic 19th-century military outpost. “Each year the event is filled with pure homemade

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MN: Forecast shows earlier dip into red for G&F Fund

St. Paul – Last month’s state budget forecast showed an $876 million surplus, which officials say was a pleasant surprise. But the Game and Fish Fund’s outlook wasn’t so positive. The November forecast shows that fund dipping into negative territory a year earlier than had been expected. According to the forecast, the fund will have

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