News Year: 2020

Tom Clark Named Chief Strategy and Growth Officer at Avera Health

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Press Release) – Avera Health is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Clark, as the new Chief Strategy and Growth Officer, effective July 12, 2020. Clark, who will join Avera’s executive leadership team, will guide the health system’s strategic priorities in alignment with its vision for the future—to create healthier communities,… Read more »

Tom Clark Named Chief Strategy and Growth Officer at Avera Health

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Press Release) – Avera Health is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Clark, as the new Chief Strategy and Growth Officer, effective July 12, 2020. Clark, who will join Avera’s executive leadership team, will guide the health system’s strategic priorities in alignment with its vision for the future—to create healthier communities,… Read more »

Missing Aberdeen woman returns home

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Press release) – An Aberdeen woman who had been reported missing has returned home. Darla Beaman returned home around 7:30 this morning, according to Brown County Sheriff Mark Milbrandt. The Sheriff’s Office had requested help in locating the woman, sharing on a Facebook post that she had walked away from her home in… Read more »

Missing Aberdeen woman returns home

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Press release) – An Aberdeen woman who had been reported missing has returned home. Darla Beaman returned home around 7:30 this morning, according to Brown County Sheriff Mark Milbrandt. The Sheriff’s Office had requested help in locating the woman, sharing on a Facebook post that she had walked away from her home in… Read more »

Noem says CARES act money for education totals $68 million

PIERRE, S.D. (KBHB) — Governor Kristi Noem held her first COVID-19 update of the week on Tuesday. She says so far, it doesn’t look like the state will need a June special session to work on the state budget. Noem says she also signed an executive order extending the state-of-emergency, in order to continue to… Read more »

Noem says CARES act money for education totals $68 million

PIERRE, S.D. (KBHB) — Governor Kristi Noem held her first COVID-19 update of the week on Tuesday. She says so far, it doesn’t look like the state will need a June special session to work on the state budget. Noem says she also signed an executive order extending the state-of-emergency, in order to continue to… Read more »

Rounds says tribes may be within rights to establish checkpoints

WASHINGTON, D.C. (KCCR) – Two South Dakota Native American Tribes continue to post health safety checkpoints on state and U.S. highways even after state officials sent evidence to federal officials claiming checkpoints are illegal. The evidence, which includes easements signed by the tribes and video footage of the checkpoints, has also been sent to the… Read more »

Rounds says tribes may be within rights to establish checkpoints

WASHINGTON, D.C. (KCCR) – Two South Dakota Native American Tribes continue to post health safety checkpoints on state and U.S. highways even after state officials sent evidence to federal officials claiming checkpoints are illegal. The evidence, which includes easements signed by the tribes and video footage of the checkpoints, has also been sent to the… Read more »

No life preserver found for aquatic center at city council meeting

ABERDEEN, S.D. (By Scott Waltman swaltman@aberdeennews.com) – While the city has adequate reserve funds to offset any losses incurred by the Aberdeen Aquatic Center this summer, it’s not likely to open. During its Tuesday night meeting, the Aberdeen City Council discussed whether there was a way to open the aquatic center, but no action was… Read more »

No life preserver found for aquatic center at city council meeting

ABERDEEN, S.D. (By Scott Waltman swaltman@aberdeennews.com) – While the city has adequate reserve funds to offset any losses incurred by the Aberdeen Aquatic Center this summer, it’s not likely to open. During its Tuesday night meeting, the Aberdeen City Council discussed whether there was a way to open the aquatic center, but no action was… Read more »

NAIA Extends Championship Agreements for Seven Host Sites Due to Pandemic

KC, MO (GPACSports.com) – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced it will extend championship agreements for seven of its championship host sites affected this past year by COVID-19. The extensions were announced to assist further the relationship between the NAIA and its host cities. Women’s basketball (Sioux City, IA), women’s wrestling (University… Read more »

NAIA Extends Championship Agreements for Seven Host Sites Due to Pandemic

KC, MO (GPACSports.com) – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced it will extend championship agreements for seven of its championship host sites affected this past year by COVID-19. The extensions were announced to assist further the relationship between the NAIA and its host cities. Women’s basketball (Sioux City, IA), women’s wrestling (University… Read more »

NAIA Extends Agreement with Sioux City, IA, for VB Championships

KC, MO (GPACSports.com) – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) also announced that it will extend its agreement with Sioux City, IA, and the Tyson Events Center to remain the host of the NAIA Women’s Volleyball National Championship through the 2024 season. The four-year deal guarantees that women’s volleyball champions will continue to earn… Read more »

NAIA Extends Agreement with Sioux City, IA, for VB Championships

KC, MO (GPACSports.com) – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) also announced that it will extend its agreement with Sioux City, IA, and the Tyson Events Center to remain the host of the NAIA Women’s Volleyball National Championship through the 2024 season. The four-year deal guarantees that women’s volleyball champions will continue to earn… Read more »

NSAA Making Plans for Fall Sports Season

JAMESTOWN, ND (PlayNorthStar.com) – The North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) and its Board of Directors are preparing to move forward with athletics in the Fall in conjunction with the member institutions re-opening their campuses. The North Star Athletic Association had issued a pause in all conference activities on March 13 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since… Read more »

NSAA Making Plans for Fall Sports Season

JAMESTOWN, ND (PlayNorthStar.com) – The North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) and its Board of Directors are preparing to move forward with athletics in the Fall in conjunction with the member institutions re-opening their campuses. The North Star Athletic Association had issued a pause in all conference activities on March 13 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since… Read more »

Golden Bears’ Volleyball Coach Inducted Into USA VB Hall of Fame

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (CSPBears.com) – This past week, Concordia-St. Paul head volleyball coach Brady Starkey was honored among a group of 20 volleyball legends and stars of the sport as he was inducted into the USA Volleyball Hall of Fame. Brady Starkey enters the USA Volleyball Hall of Fame as the Donald S. Shondell All-Time… Read more »

Golden Bears’ Volleyball Coach Inducted Into USA VB Hall of Fame

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (CSPBears.com) – This past week, Concordia-St. Paul head volleyball coach Brady Starkey was honored among a group of 20 volleyball legends and stars of the sport as he was inducted into the USA Volleyball Hall of Fame. Brady Starkey enters the USA Volleyball Hall of Fame as the Donald S. Shondell All-Time… Read more »

Three Wolves Take Home All-American Honors from USTFCCCA

NEW ORLEANS, LA (NSUWolves.com) – All-Americans for the 2020 NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field season were announced on Tuesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). Northern State student-athletes Tanner Berg, Bryce Malsam, and Kealy Hill were named to the lists. Malsam qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships in… Read more »

Three Wolves Take Home All-American Honors from USTFCCCA

NEW ORLEANS, LA (NSUWolves.com) – All-Americans for the 2020 NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field season were announced on Tuesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). Northern State student-athletes Tanner Berg, Bryce Malsam, and Kealy Hill were named to the lists. Malsam qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships in… Read more »