Audio: Governor Dennis Daugaard



Audio: Governor's Column on Graduating College, Career and Life Ready


It’s hard to believe my oldest grandchild is starting kindergarten this year. With a week-and-a-half left before his first day, Henry is looking forward to starting school.



Audio: Applications Now Open For Buffer Strip Incentives


South Dakotans can now apply to receive riparian buffer strip property tax incentives, Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today. To aid prospective applicants, the Daugaard Administration has rolled out a new web map to help landowners determine which waters qualify under the new riparian buffer strip program.



Audio: US Labor Secretary To Attend Daugaard's Workforce Event


U.S. Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta will be in Sioux Falls on Thursday, Aug. 3, to attend Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s Workforce Development Initiative workshop. The workshop will be held at the Holiday Inn Centre and is the first scheduled event of Gov. Daugaard’s Western Governors’ Association initiative.



Audio: Governor's Column -- No Better Place to Live and Work


When people around the country think about South Dakota, the first image that comes to mind is probably Mount Rushmore. Though we’re proud to be the home of Gutzon Borglum’s masterpiece, the truth is that we are much more than the stone-carved presidential tribute. South Dakota is a great place to live and work.



Audio: Gov. Daugaard Compares SD, DC Budget Practices


I have long been troubled by the federal government’s budget situation. According to the online U.S. debt clock, which uses figures from the U.S. Treasury, our national debt is currently at 19 trillion dollars, or 61,346 dollars per citizen. This crippling amount of debt is unsustainable, and it is disconcerting that future generations will pay the price.



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