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KRISTI NOEM

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For the fifth year, Agweek reporter Mikkel Pates reprises his Flags On Farms feature for Independence Day, featuring flags of the United States on farms and agribusinesses in the region. This year, our featured vignette is from a former grain elevator at Andover, South Dakota, with a 30-by-60 foot U.S. flag painted on it.
How could rumors become news without additional evidence, especially something as salacious as an alleged affair between South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem and Corey Lewandowksi, a Trump World mover and shaker and Noem's informal adviser? Sometimes the decision about what's newsworthy is taken out of our hands. The affair claim was just such a case.
Gov. Kristi Noem took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon to decry allegations aired on a conservative website about a rumored relationship with her informal adviser and Pres. Donald Trump's one-time campaign manager.
The Republican governor says the reporting is an attack against her "family." A Sioux Falls Democrat is calling for an investigation into the ouster of a state employee.
A Wentworth, S.D., family cut hay on June 29, 2021, as Gov. Kristi Noem accelerated the schedule for mowing ditches on state highway ditches in eastern South Dakota because of the drought.
The governor's staff says she would've sent personnel to the border regardless of whether a donation from a Tennessee billionaire arrived, but that the $1 million made it possible to send the National Guard, who can stay on deployment in Texas longer.

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A Tuesday statement from Gov. Kristi Noem's office said the South Dakota National Guard deployment will find up to 50 guardsmen and women at the Texas border with Mexico. A Sioux Falls senator called the deployment a political stunt.
In a letter to members of the South Dakota Board of Regents, Noem called on the regents to investigate funding of classroom teachings she finds anti-American. Two scholars rebuked her letter, calling it an attempt at political indoctrination.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem called out rapper Lil Nas X via Twitter on Sunday, March 28, for his sale of the Nike shoes that had been modified to include a pentagram and a drop of blood, marketed as "Satan Shoes," framing them as part of the souls of children.

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