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Wednesday, June 12, the Hershey's Track meet . Prime Cattlewomen mtg, SD Hall of Fame, pm . in Pierre July for the. As many of you may know the Hershey Track and Field Games were This past year Pierre attempted to host a summer state track and field meet, the Pierre .. , the association expanded the course to 27 holes through. More stories and links we found about Hershey's Track and Field from last week. Redfield Area tracksters competed in the annual Hershey Track Meet on June 12, at the Redfield High to the State Hershey Track Meet to be held June 22 in Belle Fourche, SD. Pierre athletes do well at Hershey.
While at Red Cloud, Star excelled at math. He plans to major in either civil or mechanical engineering at the South Dakota School of Mines. Williams took Advanced Placement classes in math and English and competes in powwows across the state. She plans to study medicine at the University of New Mexico. AP - Supporters of the National Alliance of Mental Illness have gathered in Sioux Falls to help in the fight to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental illness.
The Argus Leader reports that more than 30 teams registered to take part in Saturday's 2. The Sioux Falls walk is one of 83 held across the nation. NAMI South Dakota is a statewide organization dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by mental illness. Wendy Giebink, the organization's executive director, says education helps people understand that mental illness is an illness like any other.
AP - South Dakota State University's master's-level athletic training program is joining a regional exchange. The exchange will qualify students from participating states for the resident tuition rate. The program offers about programs at 52 participating institutions.
It gives students access to master's and doctoral degree programs that are of demonstrated quality and not widely available in the western region. Regents officials say South Dakota is able to recruit additional graduate students from other states into programs where there is capacity, and in-state students gain the opportunity to pursue specialized programs elsewhere that are not available in South Dakota. Park development specialist Tory Miedema tells the Argus Leader that the city did a needs assessment in and found that bike trails and walking trails were the top amenity that people wanted.
City transportation planner Sam Trebilcock says that the ultimate goal is that any person, at any given location within the city, will be within a mile of the bike trail.
Trebilcock says that's not a reality yet, but the trail does help people get around and it gets people across the interstate in a lot of areas. South Dakota lottery officials say each ticket matched four of five white ball numbers and the Powerball in Saturday's drawing to win the game's third prize. The odds of doing so are one in aboutAP - It's a sprint to the finish for the Minnesota Legislature.
Lawmakers are also scrambling to approve a fix-up budget for the state Capitol building.
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AP - The Minnesota Senate voted early today to put a proposed change to the state constitution on the ballot in Voters will decide whether to let an independent board set legislators' pay. Sponsors say the change will remove a conflict of interest and take a politically charged matter out of the Capitol. AP - Family members of a Lino Lakes police officer who died suddenly say he didn't have any apparent health issues. Thirty-seven year-old Chris Bragelman collapsed and died at a restaurant yesterday.
He leaves behind a wife and three children. AP - Heavy rain over the weekend set records in North Dakota. Bismarck, Dickinson, Jamestown, Minot and Grand Forks all set rainfall records for the date yesterday.
Each had an inch or more. Bismarck's record had stood since AP - Camping restrictions established last year on some wildlife management areas in North Dakota will remain in place this year.
The restrictions are a response to the oil boom in the western part of the state. They're aimed at ensuring the areas are available for hunters and anglers.
AP - The number of people accused in the heroin overdose death of a Fargo blues guitarist has grown to five. Kimberly Wright is charged in federal court with conspiracy to possess and distribute a controlled substance resulting in the death of Cody Conner last June. Authorities say members of the conspiracy traveled to Minneapolis to obtain the heroin.
It involves a dispute over prayers that have been used to open meetings in an upstate New York town. The justices said today they will review an appeals court ruling that held that he town of Greece in suburban Rochester violated the Constitution by opening nearly every meeting over an year span with prayers that stressed Christianity. More than 85, veterans were treated last year and 4, sought disability benefits. Sexual assault or repeated sexual harassment can trigger a variety of health problems including depression.
Men made up nearly 40 percent of the patients the VA treated last year for conditions connected to what it calls "military sexual trauma. The White House visit is the first in almost 47 years, crowning a dramatic diplomatic rehabilitation for his nation after years of international isolation.
Critics say the Myanmar leader has stalled on some promised reforms. It took Gary Maddin of Milford an hour to make what is normally a minute drive from his home to the train station in Bridgeport -- where he could board a shuttle bus to Stamford and then a train the rest of the way to Grand Central Station.
Connecticut commuters are enduring slow trips to work after last week's train collision that injured 72 people and disrupted rail service to New York. AP - Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin is visiting the areas of her state that were hit hard by yesterday's tornadoes -- even as anxious residents watch the skies for more signs of severe weather.
One person was killed in a mobile home park in Shawnee yesterday, and more than 20 others were injured around the state. Forecasters say much of the state could get more of the same later today. Sacramento County sheriff's officials suspect that a family member had gang ties. Authorities say they're searching for at least two gunmen. The girl's parents were injured. They say government data are lagging behind what's popping up on store shelves. The researchers say for example, there are so many brands of 2 percent fat chocolate milk that their average calorie content is 11 calories per cup more than government thinks.
The ticket was bought in the small Florida town of Zephyrhills at a Publix supermarket. Activists based in Britain who are monitoring Syria's civil war say more than 70 Hezbollah fighters have been wounded in the fighting.
The casualties would represent a significant blow to the Iranian-backed group. It has come under criticism at home for its involvement in the war in Syria. The blast pushed the day's death toll from a deadly wave of bombings and shooting attacks across Iraq to The officials say the latest blast struck in a busy market. A police officer says 25 people wounded in the explosion.
KABUL, Afghanistan AP - Afghanistan's Taliban are claiming responsibility for a suicide bomb attack that left 14 people dead, including a prominent provincial council chief, in northern Afghanistan. The attack took place outside the council headquarters. A police official says the attacker was dressed in a police uniform and blended with officers at a checkpoint. That brings the confirmed death toll to Eleven others are believed to be buried under the rubble.
This year the U. The country once recorded only several dozen cases every year. A doctor with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health blames parents' fears from a study that linked autism to several childhood vaccines, including measles. One of the hot air balloons crashed after it hit the wicker basket of the craft above it.
Officials say the dead tourist is from Brazil and that 24 people were injured. The mine collapsed last Tuesday when 38 workers were undergoing safety training.
Ten of them were rescued. The National Association of Realtors releases its report on existing home sales on Wednesday, while the Commerce Department has numbers on new home sales on Thursday. Both reports are for April. Eyes will be on the Federal Reserve and its chairman on Wednesday.
The Fed releases minutes from its April interest-rate meeting and Ben Bernanke testifies about the economy before the Joint Economic Committee. Labor Department releases weekly jobless claims as usual on Thursday, while Freddie Mac releases weekly mortgage rates.
On Friday, the Commerce Department is out with its April numbers on durable goods orders. The economists predict that the U. That's unchanged from their forecast in February. But they are more bullish on consumer spending and the housing market than they were three months ago.
That partly reflects a more positive view on unemployment. The planes are returning after being grounded for four months by the federal government because of smoldering batteries on s owned by other airlines. The incidents included an emergency landing of one plane, and a fire on another.
The incidents never caused any serious injuries. Authorities say alcohol was not a factor in the crash, which remains under investigation.
AP - A Sioux Falls high school student is facing felony charges after police found marijuana and hydrocodone pills in his car. Police spokesman Sam Clemens says the car of the year-old was searched after a drug-sniffing dog alerted officers to the car during a random drug check at a lot where some students park their cars near the school.
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Officers found 42 grams of marijuana, alcohol, a black ski mask, a "realistic looking" BB gun, bags, scales and two hydrocodone pills. The charges against the student include possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to distribute in a drug-free zone and possession of a weapon on school grounds. The school district leases parking spaces from the nearby lot where the car in question was found and sells them to students. The BLM recently released an environmental assessment for the proposed mile trail system on the recreation area near Sturgis, and plans a hearing Thursday at the Alkali Creek Campground to gather public comments.
The agency is accepting comments through May The plan is to use existing trails and build new ones to create a looped system for hikes, mountain bikers, horseback riders and others. Member Kevin Forrester says he's been pushing for a trails system for decades.
AP - The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is among eight communities that the Obama administration has designated as a Promise Zone under a program that seeks to revitalize high-poverty areas.
The reservation in southwestern South Dakota is home to about 35, people and has a chronic housing shortage. The federal program's goals include increasing economic activity, improving health and reducing violent crime. The designation gives the impoverished communities a leg up in obtaining grants and other federal assistance.
Executive director Nick Tilsen says the grant writers that the community has gained through the designation will help the reservation tap into additional funding for various projects. AP - A South Dakota doctor is planning to travel to his home country of Nepal to help victims of the weekend earthquake that killed thousands of people. He says his family in Nepal survived, but he has friends there who are suffering. Others in the Dakotas also have family and friends in Nepal. Nick Schwieters of Bismarck tells The Bismarck Tribune his wife and two of her friends had just left the capital of Kathmandu when the magnitude Others are still waiting for word on loved ones.
The rides will start in front of the Deadwood Wild Bill Trading Post, travel up Main Street, turn around in the Wells Fargo parking lot and then down to the Four Aces parking lot or the Lower Main parking lot and back to the starting point. AP - A young giraffe from a South Dakota zoo is about to begin an overseas trip to a new home.
Elizabeth Whealey is the zoo's president and chief executive officer. Whealey says the male giraffe would have never become a father in a North American zoo, but it will provide a new genetic strain to Asian facilities. The foot-6 giraffe named JPed was born at the South Dakota zoo in It will begin its journey to Japan Tuesday when a towering truck takes it on a ride to Boerne, Texas, where it will be quarantined.
A plane will later take the giraffe to Yokohama. Copyright Dakota Radio Group. AP - Proponents of scrapping the state's long-standing ban on Sunday liquor sales have one more shot this year. The House is set to take up a bill today that makes more limited changes to the ban. It would allow craft brewers to sell ounce growlers of beer on Sundays and let bars sell booze at 8 a.
Minnesota is one of 12 states that still ban Sunday liquor sales. Surendra Dawadi says he has been assured his year-old father survived Saturday's 7. Dawadi grew up in a small village in the mountains of Nepal.
Rahmad Geddes of Blaine was convicted of sex trafficking, prostitution and firearms charges following a federal trial. Prosecutors say Geddes recruited the victim from her Wisconsin home and took her to a Duluth motel. AP - Formal charges are pending against a Grand Forks man who authorities say crashed his vehicle into a house.
The year-old man allegedly crashed his pickup truck into two cars, a tree, a fence and then into the home yesterday evening. The driver fled the scene but was apprehended a short time later. AP - A Bismarck woman faces charges on accusations she bit a 2-year-old girl under her care. Police say they received a report from someone who said she saw Savior excessively spank and neglect the child. Authorities say they also found a visible bite mark on the child's arm.
AP - Fargo residents are set to vote for a mayor. Mahoney took over the position after then-Mayor Dennis Walaker died in December after a battle with kidney cancer.
And Obama says there's no excuse for the violence that raged following the funeral for Freddie Gray -- a black man who died after he was injured in police custody. Obama spoke at a joint news conference with Japan's visiting prime minister. Larry Hogan said at a news conference today that there had been no incidents in the morning, but he does worry about what will happen at night.
Hogan declared a state of emergency about three hours after the riots started yesterday afternoon. He has activated the National Guard, which is helping police keep the peace in the city. AP - Prosecutors have called their first witness in the trial of Colorado movie theater gunman James Holmes.Sierra Castles 100 Meter Dash at Hershey's Track Meet 2013
Katie Medley testified that she thought her husband was dead after he was shot in the head, but noticed he was breathing. She says she had to decide whether to leave the theater or stay with her husband -- and she decided to leave to make sure that their unborn baby would survive. She gave birth a few days later, at the same hospital where her husband was in a medically-induced coma.
Caleb Medley was the last of the wounded to be released from the hospital. BOSTON AP - More than a year before the Boston Marathon bombings, the wife of Tamerlan Tsarnaev was doing computer searches, trying to find out what the rewards would be for the wife of someone who dies as a martyr in a holy war. That's according to a computer expert who was testifying today in the penalty phase of the trial of Tsarnaev's surviving brother, Dzhokhar. Lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have argued that his older brother was the mastermind of the bombings, and led him down the path to terrorism.
Kennedy, whose vote could decide the issue, seemed to share the concern of the court's conservative justices when he said marriage has been understood as one man and one woman for "millennia-plus time. While the high court isn't expected to rule until June, many people said they wanted to witness history in the making.
Opponents were fewer in number, but louder and with towering signs quoting the Bible and using a microphone to denounce what they said was the demise of the nation. Obama discussed negotiations for a major trade agreement with Asian countries during a joint news conference with visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. He touched on one of the most controversial sticking points in those talks: Obama says there are many Japanese cars in the U. The hiker was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
He said he had reached the "breaking point" amid what he described as backstabbing and cheating by the students. The school says the failing grades won't stick, because the students haven't finished the course.
The craft was launched today from Kazakhstan, and it was scheduled to dock with the space station six hours later. NASA says a video camera on the cargo ship revealed that it was spinning at a "rather significant rate. They've been afraid to return to their homes, amid aftershocks from the quake that killed nearly 4, people. The United Nations says 8 million people were affected by the quake, and that 1. But officials say it will be a challenge to reach them all.
The provincial governor in the area says roads to the region are snow covered. The area often experiences major slides when the snow starts to melt in spring. They say they have foiled plans by the suspects to carry out terrorist attacks -- including a strike on the U.
Embassy in the Saudi capital. An Interior Ministry spokesman says the arrests include a cell of 65 people who were arrested last month.
A local government spokesman says a committee sent to Damasak over the weekend found the town littered with bodies of women, children and some adult men. He says the men appear to be Boko Haram militants who were killed when troops from Niger and Chad reclaimed the town in March.
He says hundreds more bodies of insurgents may be in the surrounding bush. Over the weekend, they were given hour notices that they would be put to death by a firing squad and relatives were allowed to pay final visits.
Indonesia has not said when exactly the executions will take place. Australia has been fighting to save the lives of two of their citizens. The emerging plan drops a controversial House proposal to radically overhaul the Medicare program. And, it eliminates the option of using a fast-track budget bill to target food stamps and Pell Grants. But the plan relies on deep cuts to domestic agency budgets and safety net programs for the poor to promise a balanced budget by The measure is not yet finalized, but congressional aides familiar with its outlines say it'll likely be made official and be ratified by House and Senate votes this week.
The aides spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak on the record while talks are ongoing. In some recalls for problems as serious as air bags that can spew shrapnel into drivers or fuel tanks that can rupture in a rear-end crash, completion rates are below 15 percent, six months or more after the recalls were announced. These recalls involve millions of vehicles, challenging automakers to find both replacement parts and the cars' owners.
Regulators at times have fined automakers for dragging their feet. Meanwhile, concerned car owners wait for repairs and worry about the safety of their cars.
AP - The Ringling Bros. A single metal clip that held them aloft had snapped.