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Public News Service - SD: Arts & Culture

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The South Dakota American Heart Association is stepping up the pace this week with another in their series of "Go Red for Women" events. Spokeswoman Addie Graham-Kramer says they will be holding their first-ever Red Hot Zumba-thon. "Zumba is a Latin-inspired dance, but it's high

OACOMA, S.D. - While the arts contribute to the human condition, those who create and sponsor the arts want to show that they can also make a solid contribution to a tough economy. Pat Boyd, executive director of South Dakotans for the Arts says that will be a theme of their annual gathering, Arts E

YANKTON, S.D. - When young people graduate from small South Dakota high schools, many of them leave town, possibly for the last time, and as populations dwindle, towns often lose businesses and services. Kathie Starkweather with the Center for Rural Affairs says communities should look at attracti

PIERRE, S.D. - The Circle of Life is a program, developed by the American Cancer Society and a group of Native American volunteers, to bring educational cancer programs to tribal communities across the country. Roberta Cahill, a program specialist with the Cancer Society in Pierre and involved in t

Vermillion, SD – South Dakotans searching for the best furniture deals are likely to look in Aberdeen, while clothing shoppers tend to choose retail outlets in Rapid City and Sioux Falls. These are two of the findings in an analysis of retail sales and shopping trends for towns throughout the

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