A GoFundMe has raised thousands of dollars for Stefen Monteau after he was sacked for raising his middle finger in a photo with the South Dakota governor.
Tom Lawrence of Sioux Falls, S.D., has been a reporter, editor and author since 1978. He has covered his native state as well as writing about politics, government, and other issues in Texas, Montana, Iowa and elsewhere. Lawrence is the author of "Pictures, a Park, and a Pulitzer," the story of Mel Ruder and Montana's Hungry Horse News.
Videos show a routine event getting heated—and the South Dakota guv, a right-wing firebrand, abandoning ship.
South Dakota’s governor has been accused by critics of trying to push her political and social views into the state’s classrooms.
The state didn’t even exist the time of the war, but it’s holding a weekend of re-enactments, complete with the Confederate banner.
After he ran over a man, the top law-enforcement official in the state was in trouble. Now he’s out of a job.
Judson Uhre has told The Daily Beast that he will withdraw legal action filed against his mother, who he says should be forgiven for saying she wanted to ban Native Americans.
Jason Ravnsborg’s political career appears to be at an end.
South Dakota’s assistant attorney general on Friday said “no prosecutable offenses” were discovered in the investigation.
The South Dakota House of Representatives voted to impeach Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg, who ran over and killed a pedestrian on a highway in September 2020.
He ran a man over with his car, under incredibly shady circumstances. His own governor hates him. Will he finally face the music?