First, let me be fair to the culture. There isn't the urgency here about every bit of news, gossip or whatever launching out in real time.
So, it is not surprising that there's no news from the Episcopal Diocese of South Dakota's Convention up on the diocesan site (see top "useful link" to the right), or the Episcopal Church in South Dakota Facebook page at Noon on Sunday of the Convention weekend.
But the MSM aren't covering the event, either. I went to the Rapid City Journal and put "Episcopal" in their search function - top news was a funeral to be held in an Episcopal church. For the Sioux Falls Argus Leader, top searches went to archives of the 2009 election of our bishop.
Now, before you read my next paragraph, know that nothing controversial was on tap for the Convention this year. My last paragraph is making a more general point about what gets covered...
Today's Argus Leader has a substantial article about GLBT (gay, lesbian, bisexual & transgender) advocacy programs around South Dakota. That gets covered - the Convention of a nationally known GLBT-friendly denomination doesn't. This goes to my point in the preceding post - most folks don't need the church around for causes they've already embraced, thoughts they've already had. Clubs, advocacy groups and other civic organizations can take care of these things.