Nov 18, 2013
South China Morning Post
Sea change in oil security
China has long sought a land corridor to link its western flank to Mideast energy, but while Pakistan is a keen host, India remains wary "We want to open to the west and use your country to help us develop a corridor for trade and tourism," Zhu Rongji said, pointing to the giant map of China on the wall behind his desk.
Loan for S.D. beef plant relied on secret, offshore investors
In March, 2010, the once-promising Northern Beef Packers plant in Aberdeen was in trouble.
KOTA-TV Rapid City
Rapid City HS biology class takes the classroom outdoors
Students teamed up with Dr. Megan Burke from RESPEC Consulting to learn how to take proper water samples for testing.
KELO-TV Sioux Falls
Heifers For South Dakota
The images of the thousands of cattle that died during the early October blizzard have been heartbreaking for many, and all too real for ranchers.