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RUNNERS ATTEND BURKE INVITATIONAL MEET

The Andes Central/Dakota Christian Thunder Cross Country Runners had a very good day at the Burke Invitational Meet on Thursday, October 1. The girls’ team took second place scoring 13 points behind a talented Burke team who had a score of nine. Alcester-Hudson was third. Placers for the Lady Thunder runners were Isabella Brouwer 3rd (20:19), Lexi Schoenfelder 6th (22:12), and Sonya Hansum 10th (23:36).

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Just Thought I'd Ask

PROVERBS 15:28 "The heart of the righteous "studieth" to answer: but the mouth of the wicked poureth out evil things."(KJV)

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VETERAN FLU SHOTS AVAILABLE

The flu season will be upon us before we know it. The Sioux Falls VA Health Care System is set to provide veterans with the vaccine. There are several options available for veterans this year.

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Library news

The 2020 Census promotion at the library came to an end on September 30th. The drawing for the I-pad that participants in the Census had a chance to win was held October 2nd at 5:00. Winner of the I-pad is Dan Svatos. Congratulations Dan and we appreciate every one who participated in the 2020 Census. 2.8x2 Numbers at the 2020 Census site shows that Lake Andes moved from 9% of people completing the Census on-line to 35.1%. The state average for South Dakota finished at 96.8%. A few states across the U.S. finished higher, but a few states finished lower as well.

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ANDES CENTRAL SCHOOL BOARD TO MEET

Andes Central School board will hold their regular School Board meeting on Monday, October 12 at 5:30 p.m. in the Auxiliary Gym, Door 20 at 1001 High Street in Lake Andes.

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YST OFFERS FREE COVID TESTING

Approximately 316 area residents participated in the Yankton Sioux Tribe free COVID-19 testing Sunday afternoon in Wagner. As of print time there were five reported positive cases but it was too early yet to get an exact count . YST offered some great prizes as those tested were able to register for drawings and those 18 and under received a free ice cream cone token . Photos by Barb Pechous

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HOW DO ALL THESE COVID-19 CASES IMPACT THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM AND WHAT CAN WE DO TO HELP?

South Dakota is experiencing a large increase in the number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. The seven-day running average for cases has increased 393% from 80 cases per day Aug. 1 to 394 cases per day Sept. 30, while the average the number of hospitalizations has increased 420% from five to 26 hospitalizations per day.

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