A Winning Hand

ABOVE: KELO-TV anchor and investigative reporter Angela Kennecke (center) lost her daughter, Emily, to a fentanyl overdose. During this month’s appearance at Mount Marty College, she met with two supporters of her Emily’s Hope non-profit foundation. Kenny Coyle of Yankton has organized Saturday’s poker run as an Emily’s Hope fundraiser, while Diane Romkema of rural Avon has donated an airbrush painted motorcycle gas tank cover. BELOW: A closer look shows the detail of the painting work done by a Mike Durfee State Prison inmate.

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