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Pompeo calls for 'transparent' Saudi investigation into Khashoggi's fate
Rapid City board adopt new gender identity policy
2-vehicle crash in Hamlin County kills 69-year-old woman.
Niece spots 'HELP' while inspecting photo for hurricane damage, calls for family rescue
SD experiences 911 outage for short period Tuesday
South Dakota engineers inspect Black Hills scenic tunnels
911 emergency communications system down
Brookings schools closed for day due to written threat
Fund gives $20,000 to widow of fallen Sturgis firefighter
Bad weather over week puts a damper on South Dakota harvest
place a business brief
AgweekTV: Minnesota couple calls grain bin home
Cattle theft, and prevention, go high-tech
We have more to leave behind than the farm
The Pinke Post: Finding fashionable workwear made for women
Looking for octane 88? This web site can help
Still Thielen Good: Record pace continues for Minnesota's homegrown star
Searching for answers: DWU’s mistakes continue to happen
Unfinished business: Winner volleyball team uses last season as fuel
Rodgers, Crosby lead Pack to win over 49ers
Brewers blank Dodgers for 2-1 NLCS lead
Karon K. Barnhouse
Randy "Horsetrader" Musick
OPINION: GF&P's goal is to provide recreational opportunities
Just say yes to Apple Day
When visiting Mom's house, prepare for prehistoric appliances
LETTER: A bad name for SD state park
LETTER: Klinger is a good choice for District 20
Youth pheasant hunters carry on tradition
Pheasant numbers up, but not like good old days
South Dakota deer hunters will face licensing changes
Big changes being considered for SD fishing
Running through the town: Mitchell, Kiwanis introduce new half marathon
Chuck and Lois Paulson
Donald and Jean Dorale
August 28, 2018
More Americans die from overdoses and suicide than diabetes
Diabetes is a well-known health threat in the U.S., with rates that have reached epidemic levels in recent years. But now researchers are reporting that another scourge has surpassed it in terms of deadliness: suicides and deaths from drug overdoses.
August 28, 2018 - 8:02pm
August 26, 2018
Wasting some time is good for you. Here's why.
I found myself arriving 30 minutes early for an appointment, twiddling my thumbs in a waiting area and annoyed at myself for poor planning. That morning, I'd been attending to various errands and thought that I had worked things out so that I would arrive at my accountant's office...
August 26, 2018 - 8:00am
August 25, 2018
Doctors couldn't quiet the loud, nonstop crunching noise in her head
Maryjane Behforouz's attempts to ignore the disturbing noise in her head always ended in failure, leaving her feeling increasingly desperate....
August 25, 2018 - 7:30am
August 19, 2018
A rare genetic aversion to sweets could be key to fighting obesity
For a lucky few people in the world, weight will never be a source of worry. People who have a rare genetic mutation called essential fructosuria lack the primary enzyme needed to metabolize fructose, a natural sugar found in honey, fruits and vegetables. No ill consequences have...
August 19, 2018 - 12:00pm
'Fat-burning' foods and other scientific-sounding nutritional trickery
Would you like to kick-start your metabolism and strengthen your immunity to diseases? Just eat fat-burning foods with immune-boosting ingredients,...
August 19, 2018 - 8:00am
August 18, 2018
Typical kid behavior or a mental-health problem? It can be hard to decide.
Mary Rose O'Leary has shepherded three children into adulthood, and she teaches art and music to middle school students. Despite her extensive personal and professional experience with teens, the Eagle Rock, Calif., resident admits she's often perplexed by their behavior. "Even if...
August 18, 2018 - 7:30am
August 16, 2018
FDA approves first generic version of EpiPen
The Food and Drug Administration approved the first generic version of EpiPen on Thursday, August 16, a move that will bring new competition...
August 16, 2018 - 1:11pm
Children who lived with smokers are more likely to die of lung disease as adults, study says
Childhood exposure to secondhand smoke is linked to lung disease decades later, according to a study published Thursday, August 16, by the American...
August 16, 2018 - 10:16am
August 14, 2018
Why hiker's rash happens, and how to make it less likely
Jen Theisen was at the 10-mile mark of a 16-mile July hike at Afton State Park southeast of St. Paul when it happened. "My lower legs felt a...
August 14, 2018 - 12:06pm
August 12, 2018
Her partner drowned at 39. She learned that for the young and unmarried, death has no playbook.
My partner of five years drowned on a beautiful, ordinary summer day in 2009. Matt was strong, fit, healthy - and needed regular doses of the...
August 12, 2018 - 10:00am
August 11, 2018
At this camp for burned kids, hanging out with firefighters helps emotional scars fade
When Dana Csonka was 8 years old, a house fire left burn scars over 18 percent of her body, including her face, neck and arms. She recovered...
August 11, 2018 - 9:00am
August 9, 2018
Surviving Parkland: A teen's road to recovery after a mass school shooting
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. - Marie Laman carefully removes a black bow tie from its box and slips it around her son's neck. It's his first bow tie,...
August 9, 2018 - 12:58pm
August 6, 2018
Patients are desperate to look like their doctored selfies. Plastic surgeons alarmed by 'Snapchat Dysmorphia.'
Remember the days when people would bring photos of celebrities to the plastic surgeon's office and ask for Angelina Jolie's lips or Brad Pitt's...
August 6, 2018 - 7:52pm
'Do not resuscitate' orders may seem clear - until the patient reaches the ER
"Don't resuscitate this patient; he has a living will," the nurse told the doctor, Monica Williams-Murphy, handing her a document. Williams-Murphy...
August 6, 2018 - 1:17pm
August 4, 2018
Rain doesn't take the sting out of summer
With more rain than usual so far this summer, Mitchell's Parks, Recreation & Forestry department has seen an increase in the mosquito population...
August 4, 2018 - 7:00am