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Sioux Falls,South Dakota (PR MediaRelease) August 22, 2017 - The impact of Alzheimer’s disease and dementias is being felt across all sectors of society and has become a pivotal public health issue. According to the Alzheimer's Association’s 2016 Alzheimer's Disease Facts & Figures report, there are 16,000 people living with Alzheimer’s in South Dakota and 48,000 caregivers. South Dakota has the number one death rate from Alzheimer’s in America. Read more
Fort Pierre,South Dakota (PR MediaRelease) August 17, 2017 - Dakota Western Heritage Festival (DWHF), Stirling Ranch Rodeo and the Bicentennial Celebration are merging together to provide a 200 year celebration of history and culture in the little town of Fort Pierre with a population of 2,100.  The town’s population could easily triple during the three day event September 15, 16 & 17. Read more
Sioux Falls,South Dakota (PR MediaRelease) July 31, 2017 - South Dakota Partners in Education (SDPE) tax credit scholarship program marked its first year providing scholarships for lower income students that enable families to choose a private school for their child. In its first year, 295 students received scholarships to attend 39 schools across South Dakota. Read more
Aberdeen,South Dakota (PR MediaRelease) May 9, 2017 - Tom Biegler, Regency Hotel Management’s CEO announces that Regency Midwest Ventures d.b.a. Best Western Ramkota Hotel and LaMont Companies reached an agreement to purchase the Aberdeen Convention Center. Read more
Pierre,South Dakota (PR MediaRelease) May 8, 2017 - The South Dakota Community Foundation (SDCF) selected 14 South Dakota nonprofits to receive over $133,000 through its Community Innovation Grant program. Offered in partnership with the Bush Foundation, the Community Innovation Grant program supports efforts to find breakthrough solutions to community challenges across the state. These recipients were selected during the first grant round of 2017. Read more
Watertown,South Dakota (PR MediaRelease) May 8, 2017 - A recent AP article regarding the initiated measure seeking to legalize assisted suicide and euthanasia in South Dakota demonstrates a gross misunderstanding of what that measure says and does. The article described the measure as being limited to voluntary suicide for people at the end of life. The measure also applies to people with years or decades to live Read more