Rebekah Tuchscherer, argusleader

Rebekah Tuchscherer

argusleader

Sioux Falls, SD, United States

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Recent:
  • argusleader
Past:
  • The Des Moines Register
  • Indianapolis Star
  • The News-Star
  • The Tennessean
  • The Desert Sun

Recent articles by Rebekah:

Mother Nature, less conservation land have a hold on South Dakota’s pheasant population

Weather conditions may have saved this year’s out-of-state pheasant season, but other factors also play a role. → Read More

South Dakota natural gas customers could see highest prices in 10 years this winter, PUC says

South Dakotans could pay double their normal price to heat their homes this winter. → Read More

'That's his baby': Watertown man sets record with 1,800-pound pumpkin

Growing giant pumpkins is just like racing horses. → Read More

T. Denny Sanford donates $1.5 million for interactive ag experience plaza at Falls Park

Sanford pledged $1.5 million for the second phase of the Stockyards Ag Experience project. → Read More

Help clean up the Big Sioux River greenway this weekend

The City of Sioux Falls is seeking volunteers for its annual Sioux River Greenway Cleanup, which will be held this Saturday, Sept. 25. → Read More

South Dakota is second in the U.S. in land contributions to federal grassland conservation program

South Dakota ranked No. 2 in state contributors for the USDA's Grassland CRP program. → Read More

Drought conditions remain relatively unchanged in South Dakota, despite above-average rains

Above average August precipitation across South Dakota hasn't made much of a dent in drought conditions. → Read More

'Gosh, that is an absolute tank': Sioux Falls man reels in state's largest smallmouth bass

Troy Diede thought he'd caught the biggest smallmouth bass of his fishing career the day before he actually did. → Read More

South Dakota is expanding its market for meat processors and producers. Here's how.

Gov. Noem announced Thursday that SD and the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service have entered the Cooperative Interstate Shipping agreement. → Read More

South Dakota is expanding its market for meat processors and producers. Here's how.

Gov. Noem announced Thursday that SD and the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service have entered the Cooperative Interstate Shipping agreement. → Read More

South Dakota could see more electric vehicle charging stations. Here's why.

Funds for electric vehicle charging stations in South Dakota are increasing, thanks to a proposal approved by the Minerals and Environment Board. → Read More

'We need immigration reform': SD business, agriculture leaders discuss need for immigrant workforce

South Dakota business and agriculture leaders met for a virtual round table to discuss the state's workforce needs and immigration reform. → Read More

Why didn't South Dakota make the Amtrak map? Here's why.

As Amtrak announced its plans Wednesday to expand U.S. passenger rail lines, South Dakotans were left without a rail line and with lots of questions. → Read More

South Dakota Twitter goes off the rails over Amtrak rail proposal

When Amtrak revealed potential expansion plans for rail lines, 47 of 48 contiguous states rejoiced. The one that didn't? South Dakota. → Read More

$5M in COVID-19 relief funds will go to SD meat processors, butchers

SDDA will distribute the $5 million as grants to qualifying butchers in response to market and workforce disruption. → Read More

20/20 Vision Project: 4-H youth collect eyeglasses as part of statewide community service initiative

SD 4-H started collecting new and used eyeglasses at the beginning of February as a community service initiative to assist those with vision needs. → Read More

Bill reclassifying SD agricultural land for tax purposes gets second chance

After votes for reconsideration and a last-minute amendment, a bill that would classify more land as agricultural for taxing passed in the SD House. → Read More

It’s official: South Dakota corn growers saw record yields in 2020

South Dakota corn farmers averaged 162 bushels per acre, a record yield for the state. → Read More

SD Highway Patrol receives Beef Bucks to help law enforcement families in need

South Dakota Highway Patrol received a donation of several hundred dollars from Beef Bucks, Inc. this holiday season. → Read More

Time for tamales: Sioux Falls Latino community unwraps seasonal treat

Two sisters make tamales in an effort to bring a taste of home to their Sioux Falls families. → Read More