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Charles Mix state's attorney to be challenged in June primary
Source:  Latest | The Daily Republic
Thursday, 02 April 2020 16:12

mitchellrepublic - Charles Mix County residents can expect to see two familiar names on their ballots in June when they place their votes for the county state's attorney.

Three injured Thursday in intracity accident
Source:  Watertown Public Opinion
Thursday, 02 April 2020 16:08

Three people with moderate injuries were taken to Prairie Lakes Healthcare System following a two-vehicle accident in Watertown Thursday afternoon.

Highway 212 construction in Watertown resumes next week
Source:  Watertown Radio
Thursday, 02 April 2020 16:07

WATERTOWN, S.D. – Reede Construction of Aberdeen will start the remaining work on Highway 212 between Highway 20 and Highway 81 in Watertown on Wednesday, April 8.

Remaining work will be completed half at a time under two-way traffic. Full closure of the highway to complete remaining work is not anticipated.

Crews will start on the north side of the highway to complete pavement sealing operations on April 8. The week of April 13, half of the temporary pavement at the Big Sioux River Bridge will be removed to make way for the new approach panels and underdrain system at each end of the structure.

Remaining sidewalk work and permanent pavement marking will also be completed in the coming weeks. The majority of the remaining work is planned for April and May with all work anticipated to be completed by July 1, 2020, depending on the weather.

The $10.3 million project has reconstructed one mile of Highway 212 from Highway 20 to Highway 81 and included utility work, grading, storm sewer, curb and gutter, sidewalk, structure, concrete paving, lighting, and signal upgrades.

The overall completion date for the project was set for Oct. 25, 2019. Significant weather delays and the high river levels on the Big Sioux River throughout 2019 have delayed completion of the project.


Gov. Noem to call on National Guard to build 100-bed units in South Dakota
Source:  Argus Leader
Thursday, 02 April 2020 16:01

The National Guard will help set up hospital beds in the state's largest cities first.

       

Zero-interest loan program for Watertown businesses getting strong early support (Audio)
Source:  Watertown Radio
Thursday, 02 April 2020 15:58

April 2, 2020
Mike Tanner

WATERTOWN, S.D.—Interest as you might expect is very strong for a zero-interest emergency loan program being established by the Watertown Development Company (WDC) for businesses struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic.

WDC Executive Director Chris Schilken (pictured) says loan amounts of up to $9,000 are available to business owners to “buy them more time” to get through what he says is a very scary time for them….

Schilken says there’s also a 90-day deferral until the first installment on the loan is due.

He says as he talks to business owners, it’s the unknown that’s creating so much unrest….

Money for the program is being provided by the city of Watertown, Watertown Municipal Utilities, Reliabank, First Premier Bank, Dacotah Bank, and philanthropist T. Denny Sanford.


Trump: Fed program to help businesses, workers launches Friday as unemployment claims soar
Source:  Black Hills Pioneer
Thursday, 02 April 2020 15:44

(The Center Square) – On the same day the federal government announced more than 6.6 million Americans filed unemployment claims, President Donald Trump said a program to help businesses continue to pay workers launches Friday.

Prairie Lakes pulmonologist says second wave of COVID-19 virus possible down the line (Audio)
Source:  Watertown Radio
Thursday, 02 April 2020 15:40

April 2, 2020
Mike Tanner

WATERTOWN, S.D.—During her daily press briefing Thursday, Governor Kristi Noem spoke of a potential second or even third wave of COVID-19 virus after the initial wave is behind us.

Dr. Svien Senne is a pulmonologist at Prairie Lakes Healthcare, and KWAT News asked him it he thinks that’s a possibility too……

South Dakota was reporting 165 cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday, with two deaths in the state.


Scientists still researching details on virus
Source:  Hub City Radio
Thursday, 02 April 2020 15:40

PIERRE, S.D. (DRG News) – Scientists are still researching how long the COVID-19 virus can survive on surfaces.

South Dakota state epidemiologist Dr. Josh Clayton says at this point, it could be up to three days.

State Secretary of Health Kim Malsam-Rysdon says the majority of the time, a person gets COVID-19 by coming into contact with someone who has it.

Clayton says people not displaying symptoms can also spread COVID-19 to others.

 

To date, 165 people in South Dakota have tested positive and over 4200 have tested negative. 17 people have been hospitalized and 57 have recovered.

The South Dakota Department of Health provides updated COVID-19 information at COVID.SD.GOV.

The post Scientists still researching details on virus appeared first on Hub City Radio.


Twins radio team call simulated game as team urges fans to stay home
Source:  Latest | The Daily Republic
Thursday, 02 April 2020 15:38

mitchellrepublic - While the home opener did not take place as planned, Twins radio announcers Cory Provus and Dan Gladden had some fun calling the Twins’ virtual home opener — an MLB: The Show simulation.

South Dakota reports 36 confirmed coronavirus cases in biggest one-day jump
Source:  Argus Leader
Thursday, 02 April 2020 15:38

This is the largest one-day increase in known cases of the virus so far.

       

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