Escherichia coli -- South Dakota; Bacterial pollution of water -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Water -- Pollution -- Total maximum daily load -- South Dakota; Water quality -- South Dakota -- Pennington County; Water quality -- South Dakota --...
This TMDL document addresses fecal coliform and Escherichia coli bacteria impairments of Battle Creek segments SD-CH-R-BATTLE_02 from Teepee Gulch Creek to South Dakota Highway 79 and segment SD-CH-R-BATTLE_01_USGS from South Dakota Highway 79 to...
Pension trusts -- South Dakota;
South Dakota -- Officials and employees -- Pensions
The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report of the South Dakota Retirement System for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2013 includes a financial summary, a actuarial summary, an investment summary, and a statistical summary.
Finance, Public -- South Dakota -- Auditing; Legislative auditing -- South Dakota
Report that includes the financial statements for the state of South Dakota as
of June 30, 2012 and for the year then ended. The report also presents the results of audit of the
state’s compliance with state and federal laws and regulations.
Roads -- South Dakota -- Finance; Transportation and state -- South Dakota; Federal aid to transportation -- South Dakota; Motor fuels -- Taxation -- South Dakota; Finance, public -- South Dakota
The objectives of this investigation is to describe current federal, state, and local revenue streams for state and local highways. Also, to examine the value and practicality of current and alternative local, state, and federal revenue streams.
Antelopes -- South Dakota -- Counting; Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.)
The 1950 antelope census found 10,568 antelope in the counties of Harding, Butte, central Meade and western Fall River. The antelope herds in those counties averaged increases of more than 50 percent since 1949.
Antelopes -- South Dakota -- Counting; Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota
The 1951 Antelope census found 15,000 antelope in the counties of Harding, Butte, Perkins, Meade, Fall River and Stanley. Since 1950 the average increase has been 14 percent. The kid crop was normal averaging 90 kids per 100 does. The buck-doe...
South Dakota -- Department of Labor and Regulation; Labor supply -- South Dakota; Employment agencies -- South Dakota; Unemployment -- South Dakota; Insurance -- South Dakota; Banks and banking -- South Dakota; Securities -- South Dakota
Annual report for the South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation.