The full range of issues and harm arising out of domestic abuse and stalking is far too great to be adequately addressed in a column of this nature. Recent situations and publicity in the NFL have brought a heightened awareness to these issues. Society and law-making bodies are becoming better educated. Legislatures have been addressing these issues and they continue to explore and implement methods aimed at attempting to solve or ameliorate these phenomena
Know the difference between a Holstein and a Hereford? You’re in rare company. According to a new survey, nearly three in four Americans admit that they know “very little or nothing” about farming. It’s a solid bet they know even less about different breeds of cattle —or the difference between the sweet corn we eat and the field corn grown on most farms
Just this month I had two strikingly different cases. Case one: Mr. A called to say he was losing ground with back pain, weight loss and bowel changes. I set up an appointment after some blood work in the outpatient clinic for that next day
My father was a World War II Veteran and I know the experience of being in that war left a huge mark on him. Many of the disciplinary methods he used on my sister and me were a direct result of his U.S. Army training, such as his, "No excuse, sir," type of stuff. I know he felt a great bond with any other veteran of any war, even when meeting them for the first time.
School-owned housing for the principal? Why not? With the competition that schools face in hiring talented teachers and administrators, all options should be considered. Timber Lake Supt. Jarod Larson is proposing that the school district purchase a three-bedroom Governor’s House to have ready for recruiting a principal when the time comes. The present K-5 Principal, Terry Stulken, has not indicated any plans for the 2015-2016 school year, but he does have a strong pull to the southeast corner of the state, where his family, including a precious grandchild, reside. Larson wants to be ready when Stulken decides to return to retirement. Hence the idea of another house.
The Small Claims Court in South Dakota provides a quick and effective way to obtain judicial relief. Originally, Small Claims Courts could hear claims that sought damages of up to $2,000, but over the past 25 years this has gradually increased
If a person is asked what they are most thankful for, nearly one-hundred percent of the time they mention family. Thus it was appropriate that one particular Thanksgiving, I found myself in the birthing room at a hospital, waiting for the arrival of my
Thursday, November 20 is the 2014 National Great American Smoke-Out – a day for tobacco users across the U.S. to commit to being smoke-free for one day. By quitting — even for one day — smokers will be taking an important step towards a healthier life. If you use cigarettes, cigars or chew the Canli Coalition of CRST is challenging you to go just one day without using commercial tobacco by taking their “Smoke-Free for a Day” pledge.
I am clinging to supper like a desperate and damp piece of toilet paper on a slippery sneaker. I hold on by a thin thread of two-ply ultra-soft. My grip is tenuous, yet tenacious. They will not break me. Supper has been a mainstay at my house for as long as I can remember. My parents practiced the mealtime concept up to three times a day and must have passed along the supper gene to me.
On Nov. 2, 1889, at 2:40 p.m., President Benjamin Harrison signed South Dakota into statehood. Before signing the statehood proclamations for the two Dakotas, President Harrison instructed Secretary of State James Blaine to cover both
proclamations under a sheet of paper. President Harrison signed both, and then shuffled them again so that no one, not even the President, knew which proclamation was signed first.