US Senate Candidates square off in final debate before the election

The two candidates for South Dakota's US Senate seat offered two very different visions for the state and country as they faced off at KSFY’s studio during the Dakota Debate.

Our second of two Dakota Debates begins Monday at 6:30 p.m. between U.S. Senate Candidates John Thune and Jay Williams.

Monday night- the zoning and planning commission will hold a pubic hearing regarding changes to the 2009 zoning ordinance.

Voter registration in South Dakota is up 30,000 people compared to the 2008 presidential election.

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