Oyate began administering the Pfizer vaccine to students three weeks ago, and Friday held another vaccine event for many of the recipients who’ve received their first dose to receive their second dose.
The CEO of Pfizer, Albert Bourla, recently announced that a third dose of the Pfizer vaccination will likely be required 6 to 12 months after the second dose. Doctor Shankar Kurra, the Vice President of Medical Affairs at Monument Health, says that the science doesn’t suggest the same.
The case sparked interest from Attorneys General in Texas, Louisiana and Indiana. Who filed suit to modify the act so that Native American children can be equally placed with any family, regardless of racial background.
" I didn't think I was going to be playing football again, the first thing I thought when I got cancer was shoot, I might die," When Brett Lamb was ready to return to Spearfish new Head Coach Josh Breske told Lamb he would be welcome back and the team would have his scholarship waiting for him.
Governor Kristi Noem put out a statement this morning on Twitter about the ongoing crisis of illegal immigration at our southern border which has seen a significant increase since President Biden took office.
Today, in an bid for freedom from the confines of COVID-19 and a return to normalcy, Governor Kristi Noem sent President Joe Biden a letter advocating for South Dakota’s Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration on the Forth of July.
It’s that time we’ve all been waiting for. This week the City’s ‘Name The Garbage Truck’ contest is entering its voting phase and that means the public is getting the chance to weigh in and make selections to name nine City garbage trucks.
An air pollution alert for dust has been issued today for the West side of Rapid City until 8 p.m. The alert was issued within the last two hours by the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources and relayed by the National Weather Service.
South Dakota is making an effort to expand on its tourism market with more Native American attractions. One thing that's new and to come this is summer sits just north of Badlands National Park, the Oglala Lakota Living History Village.