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Can the extra precautions used to prevent COVID-19 also reduce the impact of the flu? State epidemiologist Josh Clayton says, “Possibly, and, you should still get a flu shot.”

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Viborg-Hurley's Angel Johnson (23) is congratulated by teammate Hayden Gilbert after scoring a touchdown against Parker in high school football playoff action Thursday in Viborg.

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A total of 26 South Dakota FFA members, from 12 different chapters, are earning their American FFA Degree. Recipients will be recognized during the 93rd Virtual FFA Convention, Tuesday, Oct. 27, during the 7:45 p.m. (CST) session. All sessions will be broadcast on RFD-TV.

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PIERRE — South Dakotans are encouraged to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs as part of Prescription Take-Back Day on Saturday, Oct. 24.

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VERMILLION — The University of South Dakota was nominated for a 2020 Upper Midwest Regional Emmy® in the Commercial category for their “Tribute to the USD 2020 Seniors” video released in May of this year.

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James Dean will be providing background music for shoppers at Market at the Meridian in the city parking lot at Second St. and Douglas Ave. this Saturday from 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday.

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Yankton Animal Control has several pets looking for their owner. If you are missing your cat or dog, call dispatch at 605-668-5210. If you wish to adopt an animal, contact Heartland Humane Society at 605-664-4244.

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• A report was received at 8:01 a.m. Wednesday of a domestic disturbance on Deer Boulevard.

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The following marriage licenses were issued in Yankton County during September 2020:

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The COVID-19 pandemic has adversely affected the tourism industry at all levels. 

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Springfield, Wagner and Lake Andes will receive a combined $10.8 million in federal funding for local infrastructure and other projects, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced Wednesday.

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The Yankton County Planning Commission will officially be nearly half the size it was just three years ago.

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Dave Tunge of Yankton’s Dakota Aerials photography uses his unique perspective to help fight fires from the sky.

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SPRINGFIELD — The COVID-19 numbers are continuing a steady climb at Mike Durfee State Prison in Springfield.

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VERMILLION — Yankton physician Dr. Michael Pietila will discuss COVID-19 during Thursday’s edition of “Prairie Doc” on South Dakota Public Television (SDPTV).

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The South Dakota Highway Patrol Motor Carrier Services is reminding the trucking community to observe and obey the legal weight limits of our great state during the harvest season. An overweight vehicle causes road damage and increases the costs of maintaining and repairing South Dakota’s st…

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PIERRE — The Agricultural Land Assessment Implementation and Oversight Advisory Task Force, chaired by Sen. Gary Cammack (R-Union Center), will hold its first meeting of the 2020 Interim on Friday, Oct. 23, beginning at 9 a.m. (CT). The meeting will be conducted via electronic conference wit…

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Yankton Animal Control has several pets looking for their owner. If you are missing your cat or dog, call dispatch at 605-668-5210. If you wish to adopt an animal, contact Heartland Humane Society at 605-664-4244.

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• Maria Milda, 26, Yankton, was arrested Monday on a warrant for failure to appear.

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TYNDALL — The South Dakota pheasant season opened somewhat slowly last weekend in the southeast region, but Todd Crownover believes the numbers will pick up in the coming weeks.