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Noem memoir getting correction ahead of Tuesday release | May 06


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On today's update...

Governor Kristi Noem's new memoir, 'No Going Back,' is heading back to the publisher for corrections. Noem made the comment on CBS's Face the Nation, when she was asked about inaccuracies claiming she'd met a North Korean dictator.

The USPS is downgrading operations in South Dakota. As a result, many day-to-day operations are shifting from Sioux Falls to Omaha, much to the concern of opponents.

The state Supreme Court rules against Avera Health in a pay dispute case against Sully County. The issue orbits emergency care for a person on a seasonal visa.

Elevate Rapid City is offering $180,000 in grant funding to combat childcare shortages. Three grants each are open to in-home providers and group providers or centers.

And more.

Krystal is the local host of "All Things Considered."