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Take a Trip to the ‘Fountain of Youth’ in South Dakota

You might think that the fountain of youth is a myth, but if you look close enough, it can be found right here in the Mount Rushmore State. Certain types of water have been long thought to have healing powers for the human body. And there's one spot in South Dakota where you can see for yourself just how much these mystical waters can help. As long as you're willing to take a plunge.
HOT SPRINGS, SD
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Rounds: Realignment of veterans’ healthcare facilities on hold

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Proposed changes in veterans’ healthcare facilities in South Dakota and elsewhere are on hold for now. Some U.S. senators, including South Dakota’s Mike Rounds (pictured) and John Thune, have agreed to dismantle a commission tasked by the Department of Veterans Affairs to carry out closures, downsizing and other significant changes to medical facilities.
PIERRE, SD
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Lusk Herald

Artistic, historical roots lead couple to northwest Nebraska

HARRISON, Neb. – Wood block prints hang from a line, a painted saw blade rests on a table and paintings in various states of completion are on display at Saddlebum Studio on Main Street in Harrison. In the middle of it all, artist Di Filing works on her next...
HARRISON, NE
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Men are busy earning a living and helping to raise their families and don’t like to take time for annual, routine health care: Now is the time to schedule your annual check-up

HOT SPRINGS, S.D. – June is National Men’s Health Month. Now is the perfect time to encourage the men in your life (including you) to take care of their health by seeing a primary care health care provider for routine healthcare and screenings. Cora Reid, Nurse Practitioner at...
HOT SPRINGS, SD
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Black Hills VA’s considered safe from closure

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - On June 27, Senator Mike Rounds visited Hot Springs to make a special announcement for the Veteran Affair (VA) healthcare facilities that were under consideration to be closed. He said the facilities will no longer be closed in an effort by the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee.
RAPID CITY, SD
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Hot Springs community reacts to efforts to keep VA facilities open

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) - Right after Senator Mike Rounds made the announcement that he and members of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee would not allow the Asset and Infrastructure Review (AIR) Commission to make changes to the current system, Hot Springs Mayor, Bob Nelson spoke about the roller coaster that the city has been on to keep the Veterans’ Affairs Hospital (VA) in town.
HOT SPRINGS, SD
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Rounds says Senate now has a plan to stop proposed V.A. closures

HOT SPRINGS, S.D. — Earlier this year, the Department of Veterans Affairs made a recommendation to downsize V.A. facilities in Hot Springs and Fort Meade, drawing criticism from local veterans and legislators alike. But on Monday, South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds announced they have found an alternative, and it’s a sigh of relief for South Dakota’s veterans.
HOT SPRINGS, SD
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