OUT OF THE DARKNESS COMMUNITY WALK SUNDAY 9/24/23 AT CAMPBELL PARK
The Out of the Darkness community walk will be held this Sunday at Campbell park in Huron. The event is supported by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Organizer Janet Harvey with AFSP said events like the walk are …
211 HELPLINE CONTINUES TO BUILD AS A GREAT SOURCE FOR LOCAL ASSISTANCE
We took a look yesterday at 988 which is operated in South Dakota by the SD Helpline. 988 is the nationwide suicide and crisis life line. It is supplement with an additional three digit number which is an important …
HRMC Brings Robotics to the Operating Room
Huron, S.d. – Huron Regional Medical Center (HRMC) has announced that it has expanded its orthopedic surgical services to include robotic-assisted surgery for total knee and hip replacements. Kevin Hofer, MD, orthopedic surgeon, who recently joined the HRMC medical …
CHRISTOPHERSON UPDATES HHS SCHOOL BOARD ON FACILITY UPGRADES
Huron School District Business manager Kelly Christopherson updated the school board this week on two facility upgrades that have been delayed in completion. Christopherson gives an update on the HHS track.
National & World News
- Community health workers put in long hours to protect people in developing countries from diseases such as malaria, Covid-19 and H.I.V. But most are compensated minimally, or not paid at all.
- U.S. negotiators say the release of the prisoners is proof that even fierce adversaries can sometimes find their way to an agreement. But the deal almost didn’t happen.
- “There is not a soul in Ukraine that does not feel gratitude to you, America,” the Ukrainian president said after a long day of lobbying Congress for more aid and a meeting with President Biden.
- President Volodymyr Zelensky told lawmakers that Ukraine would lose the war to Russia if the United States curtailed the flow of aid and weapons.
- Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the Sikh leader whose killing has ignited tensions between Canada and India, increased calls for an independent homeland in India.
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada accused Indian agents of involvement in the killing of a Sikh separatist in British Columbia. Who was he?
- In a region with a history of genocide, weeks of intense fighting between rival military factions in South Darfur have left hundreds dead and sent thousands fleeing.
- Court documents offer new detail on a case involving a contractor who obtained classified information, which U.S. officials said he shared with Ethiopia.
- Cincinnati opens its first Big 12 Conference schedule Saturday at home against No. 16 Oklahoma.
- The Cleveland Browns had a tough, short week.
- The struggling Bears are headed to Arrowhead Stadium to take on the Chiefs on Sunday.
- A judge has set a May trial date for five former Memphis police officers who have pleaded not guilty to federal civil rights charges in the fatal beating of Tyre Nichols after a traffic stop.
- Sheffield United Women says midfielder Maddy Cusack has died at the age of 27.
- Utah opens its Pac-12 title defense against one of the two league opponents who beat the Utes a season ago.
- A Nevada grand jury has indicted a man on felony charges that he threatened to carry out a mass shooting in June at a Stanley Cup Final hockey game on the Las Vegas Strip.
- After a dip in illegal crossings that followed policy changes in May, the Biden administration is again on its heels as more asylum-seekers cross the U.S. border from Mexico.