Juvenile Reforms: Less Punishment = More Crime

Mar 30, 2017 |
Juvenile Reforms: Less Punishment = More Crime

The main goal of South Dakota’s Juvenile Justice Reform in 2015 was to keep kids out of expensive detention centers and put more of them into counseling programs. Two years later, the Star Academy in Custer has closed and some new programs for non-violent offenders are attempting to take its place.  In December, Sioux Falls police charged two 13-year-old girls in connection with a spree of stealing cars that ended in a hit-and-run crash.   Just last weekend, Sioux Falls Poli
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TABASCO Sauce CEO Gives Area Businesses Hot Tips

From your favorite restaurant to the grocery store, TABASCO sauce is a regular part of many people’s diets, including Kymmy Dose-Harding’s. “I love it on my eggs. I love putting it on my chili,” Dose-Harding said. Yet, few people know the family behind the flavor. “As we like to say, we’re helping to defend the world against bland food,” McIlhenny Company CEO and President Tony Simmons said. Simmons is the seventh member of the McIlhenny family to lead the company. “Currently we ship to 187 cou
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