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As 2022 election approaches, vast majority of South Dakota voters see civility declining in America

The Daily Republic 25 Sep 2022
Senate in 2014 ... Rep ... “But if people listen to understand, and are mindful of how they are talking with one another, that leads to a civil discussion, and the more we do that, the more civil our society will be.” This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org.
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Rising Disharmony

Yankton Daily Press 24 Sep 2022
Nearly eight in 10 registered voters (79.0%) who responded to the poll said that civility in America has gotten worse over the past five years, while only 2.6% said civility has improved during that time ... Senate in 2014 ... This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org ....
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Vast majority of SD voters see civility declining in America

Black Hills Pioneer 24 Sep 2022
Nearly eight in 10 registered voters (79.0%) who responded to the poll said that civility in America has gotten worse over the past five years, while only 2.6% said civility has improved during that time ... — This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org ... Click here.
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Timing is right for Sanford Health’s $350 million expansion in telemedicine, experts say

Watertown Public Opinion 20 Sep 2022
South Dakota News Watch ... Department of Health and Human Services ... More NewsWatch ... Under Avera’s ownership, and now through Avel, the eCare system produced several innovations in the use of telemedicine ... — This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org ....
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Why timing is right for Sanford's $350M telemedicine expansion

The Daily Republic 19 Sep 2022
“We’re definitely drinking the Kool Aid on this, and we fall back on telemedicine readily to continue to provide care, keep our clinics open and offer additional services to our patients.” This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org.
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SD Sees New Scholarships As Way To Battle ‘Brain Drain’

Vermillion Plain Talk 16 Sep 2022
From 2015-2019, only 53% of the nearly 35,000 students who graduated from South Dakota’s six public universities were working for in-state employers one year past their graduation ... Bureau of Labor Management ... This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org ....
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China will see ‘mixture of hydrogen’ technologies developing in coming years

Upstream Online 09 Sep 2022
The country's current five-year plan to 2025 will see “large innovation in hydrogen and CCS” in China, said IEA analyst Jean-Baptiste Le Marois said during an online event organized as part of the EU-China Energy Cooperation Platform. The country produced 33 million tonnes of ...
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South Dakota sees new scholarships as way to battle 'brain drain'

The Daily Republic 08 Sep 2022
That percentage increased to about 70% when narrowed to just South Dakota residents ... Bureau of Labor Management ... And who knows, I still might. They’ve got a great medical school at the University of South Dakota.” This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org.
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LiveU Applauded by Frost & Sullivan for Revolutionizing Live Video Streaming and Remote Production with ...

Victoria Advocate 22 Sep 2022
It serves global broadcasters and organizations in sports and news and continues to expand its increasingly diverse customer base, including online content producers, remote medicine and surgical settings, small videographers, and corporate and government organizations that produce live feeds and high-quality productions in more than 150 countries.
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In contrast to some elected leaders, poll indicates S.D. voters support certain restrictions on guns

The Daily Republic 05 Sep 2022
This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org.]]> ....
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Gun Disconnection?

Yankton Daily Press 03 Sep 2022
Emily Thomas, South Dakota chapter representative for Moms Demand Action, a national gun safety organization, volunteered with the group following a 2015 ... This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org.
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Poll shows support for greater gun controls in SD

The Capital Journal 02 Sep 2022
Emily Thomas, South Dakota chapter representative for Moms Demand Action, a national gun safety organization, volunteered with the group following a 2015 ... This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org.
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Cooking with Judy: Artichokes join the bounty of veggies that benefit from barbecuing

Orange County Register 01 Sep 2022
You can’t do better than the organic artichokes from Melissa’s Produce available year-round. They are not available online, but ask your local produce manager. “Year-round we have green, purple, baby green and baby purple artichokes,” Robert Schueller, director of public relations at Melissa’s Produce, told me ... Yield ... 1 ... 2.
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Poll shows marijuana legalization uncertainty

The Capital Journal 30 Aug 2022
On Nov ... The ballot will also feature the election of a governor, U.S. senator and U.S ... State Rep ... “This stuff attacks the organ of the brain, and our kids and our young adults won’t be better citizens,” he said ... Rep ... This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org ... ....
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Statewide poll shows referendum on recreational marijuana legalization in S.D. could fail in November

The Daily Republic 29 Aug 2022
South Dakota voters on Nov ... The ballot will also feature election of a governor, U.S ... State Rep ... “This stuff attacks the organ of the brain, and our kids and our young adults won’t be better citizens,” he said ... This article was produced by South Dakota News Watch, a non-profit journalism organization located online at SDNewsWatch.org.

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