On this week’s Matters of the State, we take a closer look at the South Dakota Senate’s decision to suspend Sen. Julie Frye-Mueller, strip her voting rights, and open an investigation into her conduct.
12 South Dakota state lawmakers took a trip to Hawaii in December 2022. A controversy was born out of that trip because of the attendance of outgoing state lawmakers Reps. Spencer Gosch (R-Glenham) and Jamie Smith (D-Sioux Falls).
The revelation of 26 people reported missing in South Dakota since January first is raising questions across the nation. Of the 134 people listed as missing on the Attorney General’s website, 80 are Native American.
It’s often referred to as the old corner beer bar on Phillips Avenue in downtown Sioux Falls and at Woodgrain Brewing, customers will find an ever-evolving lineup with as many as 18 beers on tap. In this month’s Pours at 4:00, the brewery’s owners highlight what they’re brewing up and the direction of their business.
Nine South Dakota state senators will be a part of the “Committee on Discipline and Expulsion” next week, which is tasked with considering whether or not Sen. Julie Frye-Mueller (R-Rapid City) should be removed from the body.
Since the beginning of this month, 26 South Dakotans have been reported missing. In a smaller populated State like South Dakota, it can be alarming to see the list of those missing continue to grow. The attorney General’s office has made changes to better share information with the public in hopes of bringing the lost safely home.