Healthy compost will always contain herbicides that deteriorate before causing harm, but persistent herbicides degrade much slower and last long enough to damage plants, causing plants to curl, slow their growth and kill younger plants.
Senate Bill 146 was brought to the legislature as “an act to revise certain provisions regarding eligibility for parole for certain persons sentenced to life imprisonment.” If passed, the bill would give people 25 and under who committed a crime and were sentenced to life in prison, the chance for parole.
The state Senate approved giving $19 million to the Board of Regents for a new mineral industries building on the campus of South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Monday. It'll head to the House next.
Executive director, Dexter Carman, announced that the Cave Collective will be moving to it’s new home at Aby’s Seed & Feed. The conversation came earlier when the owner reached out to the executive director.
The committee on Commerce and Energy in the state Senate passed House Bill 1203 Thursday. This would allow state-chartered banks to conduct transactions with licensed businesses that distribute marijuana and industrial hemp.
Gov. Kristi Noem promised more information from the investigation would be released Thursday or Friday, adding that her administration had received permission from the victim’s family to release the documents and video of Ravnsborg’s interviews.
With early bird booth rates still available, Jeff Wangen with Farmers Insurance has tips on how to prepare for this year’s Black Hills Regional Job Fair. The job fair is scheduled for March 3 at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.