More young people seeking out on-campus mental health services | May 04
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South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley is hinting at a break in a decades-old cold case. Jackley says next week, his office will release new information from an incident in August 1976 where a man’s body was found in the Missouri River.
A civic building in the community of Lake Norden was severely damaged by fire Wednesday morning. The building housed the local police department, fire department, and ambulance, according to the Hamlin County Sheriff’s Office.
Attending the state fair will cost more after a decision from the state Rules Review committee. The gate fee will be $10; the youth price will be $5.
Monument Health has laid off 80 employees this week -- mostly working in corporate service roles. The layoffs were part of a larger effort to reduce operational costs – namely to offset the rising costs of staffing and medical supplies.
May might be mental health awareness month, but it’s also finals for many college students. That makes this week particularly important for university important for university counseling departments.