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Lakota Nation Invitational poetry slam highlights young voices | Dec 19


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An unnamed driver left to gather firewood last week and became stranded. Cell coverage was poor. He could only send a single text before his battery died.

Avera will open a new family health center in eastern Sioux Falls near Dawley Farm Village in early January. The Avera Medical Group Family Health Center – Dawley Farm will offer services like pediatrics, dermatology, urgent care, X-rays, ultrasounds, and more.

Lowell Lundstrom Junior claims he was cheated out of compensation for his role in recruiting farmers to sign onto a lawsuit against an international seed supplier. Lundstrom appealed to the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, which heard arguments in Saint Paul last week.

One of the nation’s leading voices in small business recently met with South Dakota Native America communities. Jackson Brossy is the Assistant Administrator of the Office of Native American Affairs at the U.S. Small Business Administration.

The Lakota Nation Invitational’s poetry slam brought rhyme and rhythm to Rapid City. It’s the ninth annual slam at the event.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.