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Study Says Nurses Will Be in Demand in SD

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – A state analysis has concluded that people able to care for patients, children or customers will find a favorable job market in South Dakota in the next decade. The study by the Department of Labor predicts that the most average annual job openings in the state through 2022 will...
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Onida, SD Sign (KGFX Photo)

Onida Hometown Tour to be On Air Wednesday

ONIDA, S.D. – (DRG News) Join KGFX for yet another Hometown Tour broadcast Wednesday morning!  We’ll travel to Onida and bring the program to you from BankWest!  Our lineup includes a number of guests, including Mike Yackley of BankWest and Gerri Carpenter-who will talk about the rundown for the Sully County Fair-which is celebrating...
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State Committee Hopes to Raise Child Sex Abuse Awareness

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Members of a South Dakota committee tasked with studying child sex abuse in the state say the issue is more prevalent than most of the public often believes. Jolene’s Task Force met for its first time Tuesday at the state capitol. The task force is made up of legislators, child...
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AARP Holding Educational Sessions on Fighting Fraud

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) South Dakotans have been receiving tips this summer to avoid becoming a victim of fraud; as AARP South Dakota has scheduled a series of meetings across the state-designed to help outsmart con artists.  The hour-long educational meetings are taking place in each South Dakota county and are being organized...
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