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Faulkton Junior makes the news

Kyle Ortmeier is all about healthy living. To see the Sioux Falls article, click Kelo-Land. To see the article in the New York Times, click here. Learn more →

More information out there to help the Native Americans continue their education

Here are some sites to help you contact your tribe and find programs that will help you continue your education and transition to college. Just click on your tribe name and it will link you to the website. Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Oglala Sioux Tribe Rosebud Sioux Tribe Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe Lower Brule Sioux Tribe For the following tribes... Learn more →

HIPE Week Interviews

Thank you to all the students who participated in the HIPE Week Interviews of Healthcare professions. All of the interviews were fun to read and judging was very difficult. However, we have picked are winners and they are as follows: Corson County 5th grade-Alexis 6th grade-Tristan McPherson County 5th grade-Zackary 6th grade-Grace Hand County 5th grade-Cassidy 6th grade-Annie Faulk County ... Learn more →

Rural Health:eEmergency system provides help in 20 seconds

As it enters its third year, the eEmergency system of Avera Health has no plans to slow down as it expands and continues to help smaller rural facilities - and a few larger ones - in six states provide more efficient and timely patient care in emergency rooms. For the whole article please click on eEmergency. Learn more →

Digging in for rural health care

AHEC meets with Senator Tim Johnson. Sioux Falls Argus Leader After the meeting, the South Dakota Democrat told leaders and students involved in the AHEC initiative, “I’ll try to keep the money coming. ... To view the whole article click here. Learn more →

More Community Health Centers Needed?

“A down economy and changes to the health care industry in Washington could mean more community health centers in South Dakota. ” says Keloland News To see full article and video please go here. Learn more →