Hi, I'm Megan Card, a journalist and junior at the University of South Dakota. While I'm serving my third year as a resident of Vermillion, S.D., I'm an Iowa native who caught the journalism bug working on my high school newspaper, the Pelladium. Since then, I've worked as a part-time reporter for the weekly Pella Chronicle, and I've held two internships with the largest daily papers in North and South Dakota. At USD, I also serve as the editor-in-chief of the independent student newspaper, The Volante.
Three years into the statewide ban on smoking in enclosed public places, South Dakota still hasn’t figured out what smoking looks like.
More than half of South Dakota’s National Guard members — 540 out of 958 — will lose almost $4,200 from their annual paycheck as a result of automatic federal budget cuts.
Vermillion Police Department officials are investigating an alleged rape reported Sunday in Coyote Village involving two students on the University of South Dakota campus.
Standing last fall before a class of fifth-graders, Bishop Michael Hoeppner of the Catholic Diocese of Crookston told the children they should tell their parents to vote for a gay marriage ban Minnesotans will consider this fall.
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Megan Card/The Volante
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