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Life can turn on a dime. [Read More]
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He's never attempted such an athletic feat, but former Deadwood Mayor Bruce Oberlander plans to swim seven hours today on his 70th birthday to raise... [Read More]
What would it take for you to leave your four children home with their grandmother, abandon your senior year of college for two weeks, ignore... [Read More]
Concert pianist, composer and songwriter Calvin Jones, a South Dakota native now living in Kiev, Ukraine, has returned home for a weekend performance of his... [Read More]
Chicken-lovers celebrated the results of a special election here Tuesday night, while chicken-haters squawked that they had "egg on their face." [Read More]
Authorities are investigating a two-vehicle crash Sunday night that sent five people to the hospital. [Read More]
Authorities confirmed Tuesday that a suspect was in custody in connection with the incident at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. [Read More]
​Nashua police are investigating a serious motorcycle crash. [Read More]
After 66 years, a Lakota warrior is coming home. [Read More]
As South Dakota neared its centennial celebration more than a quarter-century ago, visionaries established a 111-mile trail weaving through the prairie grasslands and pine forests... [Read More]
Most Granite Staters visiting Florida have left the state, but for those who now call the Sunshine State home, it's a different story. [Read More]
While some are making their way back to New Hampshire from Florida to sit out Hurricane Irma, others are staying put. [Read More]
The Bristol police chief has been put on paid administrative leave. [Read More]
More donations are ready to be shipped to Texas from New Hampshire to help with flood relief efforts, thanks to the Exeter community. [Read More]
For exotic car enthusiasts, Friday will be the day that gets their motor roaring when an estimated $5 million in exquisite vehicles power into this... [Read More]
In the midst of Hurricane Harvey's wrath, with 100,000 homes under water and 300,000 residents of southeast Texas confined to makeshift shelters, a South Dakota... [Read More]
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