Dixon Coffee Company is all about keeping it local, from making their own whipped cream to buying their baked goods from area bakeries. But the staff at Dixon wanted to take things one step further and set up a fundraiser with Dress for Success Black Hills.
Many downtown stores and restaurants we spoke to said they are not worried about voters taking their anger out on buildings should their favored candidate lose the 2020 United States presidential election.
While some states are cashing in on tribal gaming, opponents are betting on trouble ahead. The American Gaming Association argues their latest report shows it is an industry the country should double-down on.
Former presidents and their staffs could soon see a cut in their allowance. Decades-old legislation gives them funds after their term is finished, but some folks in Washington say that’s no longer necessary.
A government-controlled company could be in need of another bailout. It’s been reported that a $6.5 billion dollar loss last quarter has the mortgage company Fannie Mae in need of some cash to the tune of $3.7 billion. A South Dakota senator says something needs to change.
There is an ongoing effort in Washington to allow American families to keep more of their money, but some say its aim is to help the wealthy. As Senators mull over legislation that would overhaul the tax code, Senator John Thune (R-SD) says there are provisions that do not go far enough in eliminating taxes, like the estate tax. Thune says the tax needs to go.