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The Nebraska Indian Community College (NICC) hosted a free Vaccination Seminar on Thursday, June 16, on NICC’s South Sioux City Campus, 2605 Dakota Ave. The seminar was open to members of the NICC community and to the public.

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Recently Vivian and I were heading into a local store. There is a road that runs in front of the store and a crosswalk that leads from the front door across the road into the parking lot.

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VERMILLION — The South Dakota Board of Regents recognized three University of South Dakota (USD) student organizations for outstanding academic, community, and organizational work. The Board acknowledges and awards student groups from all six South Dakota public universities throughout the year.

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Many of my patients will say “Doctor, I am so inflamed.” The use of the word inflammation is commonplace as we search the market for anti-inflammatory diets or self-help books on inflammation. The inflammatory response created by the immune system contributes to healing, but when left unchec…

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Here’s what’s new at the Yankton Community Library: June 25, 2022

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PIERRE — Gov. Kristi Noem is now accepting applications for the Governor’s Office fall 2022 internship program.

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“I sense God’s presence when I pray,” says Kaillyn, age 9. “God comes into my heart and gives me the power to lift my heart up and tell him all the things I need.”

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LINCOLN, Neb. — Celebrated each year during June, Men’s Health Month brings awareness to health issues that men face. Since 1992, this annual observance offers encouragement for men, boys, and their families to take control of their health.

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It’s been a long time since I’ve worked in the ER, but some stories stay with me. One such story belongs to a woman in her early 30s. After a year of trying to conceive, she was finally pregnant. Then she started spotting. When she developed severe pain, and almost fainted while putting thei…

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Here’s what’s new at the Yankton Community Library: June 18, 2022

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HURON — The 36th anniversary of the Spirit of Dakota Award will be celebrated in Huron this fall. The Spirit of Dakota Award Society is seeking nominations for this premier woman’s award.

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VERMILLION — Award-winning folk musicians Jaerv headline Midsommar at Dalesburg on Friday, June 24. The group from Gothenburg Sweden will perform at 2 p.m., 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the beautiful countryside church.

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First Dakota National Bank Employees recently made a $1,445 donation to support local nonprofit The Boys & Girls Club Guppy Fund.  Employees of First Dakota designated the Guppy Fund as May’s recipient of their “Cause-ual Friday” fundraiser. Each Friday, employees can show their support …

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Yankton Medical Clinic Physicians Dr. Lori Hansen and Dr. April Willman were recently appointed to new leadership positions with USD’s Sanford School of Medicine.

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DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa-based community blood centers, LifeServe Blood Center and ImpactLife, along with local hospitals are issuing critical appeals for blood donors and urging community members to donate blood this week.

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Yankton’s Trinity Lutheran Church, located at 403 Broadway Ave., is holding a women’s event on Saturday, June 18, that is full of faith, fun, time with friends and chocolate.