Commodity trading chairman addresses crypto regulation, ag market concerns | Aug 12

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The head of a national regulatory group says his agency could regulate cryptocurrency in the future. The comments are from the chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. He spoke to South Dakota farmers and corn growers in Brookings recently.

Material thinner than a human hair could help researcher take a step in the right direction for cancer treatment.

Several categories of accidents and crimes are up at this year’s Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. There are three fatal accidents so far this year, according to the Highway Patrol. There was one fatality at this point in the rally last year.

The operator of North Dakota’s only abortion clinic said Wednesday the clinic has opened in its new location in Moorhead. It’s just weeks before it’s likely to be forced to close its Fargo location under a statewide abortion ban there.

Daktronics is one of the leading video display vendors in the country. The company creates digital displays for sports venues, transportation agencies, and more. This year, the company has made more money in orders than ever before.

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