House says South Dakotans should have an advantage on state campground reservations

PIERRE, S.D. (KELO) — People who live in South Dakota would get a head start of two weeks over nonresidents to make camping reservations at state parks and recreation areas, the state House of Representatives said Thursday night.

The 42-28 vote sends HB 1138 to the Senate for consideration.

The state Game, Fish and Parks Department opposes the legislation, making a veto by Governor Kristi Noem more likely. To override

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Yes, it’s covered by Medicare plans. Seniors take advantage of ‘SilverSneakers’ fitness

It’s a perfect Florida day. The birds soar high overhead in an electrical blue sky dotted with puffs of clouds as a breeze ruffles the palm trees around the pool.

But as the water aerobics instructor likes to say, the water in the pool is smoking.

Dame gasolina (Give me some gas),” she shouts as the class, mostly seniors who take part in the SilverSneakers program, works its way

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