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STURGIS, S.D. - Meade County Commissioners will have their hands full when they sit as a board of equalization next month. Friday night, over 100 angry Meade County taxpayers filled the Central Meade County Community Center in Union Center to complain...
STURGIS, S.D. - Sometimes it’s met with a wince or a groan; a slight irritated sigh. But this years agriculture land values and subsequent tax bill is being met with a howl from landowners, some of who are seeing increases as high as 500 percent...
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RAPID CITY, S.D. - Senator John Thune held a town hall meeting Monday to discuss the economic problems our nation is facing. The senator said that, in short, America faces a debt crisis. He says Congress must take opportunities to enact meaningful...
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All men are by nature equal, But differ greatly in the sequel. WASHINGTON — A quarter of a millennium later, that couplet from a colonial American almanac defines an urgent challenge. Modern society increases how, and the predictability of how...
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke outlines what he expects for U.S. growth in the coming year as the central bank releases its policy statement. He'll also face TV cameras and reporters during a quarterly news conference. Reporters, editors and...
I am always reluctant to fill this column with my recent research, but the release of the annual Conexus Manufacturing Scorecard begs comment. The scorecard itself had just a few surprises. Indiana did much better in the cost of worker benefits, and...
WASHINGTON — Amid speculation that the Federal Reserve soon might start scaling back its stimulus efforts, the International Monetary Fund cautioned that a pullback before next year could hurt economies worldwide. Highlighting its concern Friday,...
DETROIT (AP) — The auto industry is about to go on a hiring spree as car makers and parts suppliers race to find engineers, technicians and factory workers to build the next generation of vehicles. The new employees will be part of a larger,...
When Illinois lawmakers criticized a state agency last spring for failing to adequately monitor how training funds were spent, they took matters into their own hands. They gave control of nearly $7 million to five private entities and promised to track...
Robert Fogel, the University of Chicago economic historian awarded a Nobel Prize for his data-driven reconsiderations of how railways and slavery influenced U.S. economic history, has died. He was 86. Fogel died Tuesday at Manor Care Health Services...
As a whole, owners of farm and ranch land in South Dakota will be paying slightly less in general-education taxes in 2014 than they did this year, the state task force on agricultural land assessments learned Wednesday. Meanwhile, the general-...
Robert W. Fogel, a University of Chicago professor who in 1993 joined the Hyde Park school's line of Nobel Prize winners in economics, created a body of work that challenged widely held assumptions about American history. Early in his career, Mr....
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