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PNS Daily News - July 25, 2017 


Another Obamacare repeal showdown expected in the Senate; the President’s son-in-law in the hot seat in the Russia probe; and a setback for federal immigration agents. We’re covering those stories and more on today’s rundown.

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Public News Service - SD: Immigrant Issues

The group Indivisible Rapid City is protesting an event sponsored by the anti-Muslim group Act for America. (Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

RAPID CITY, S.D. – The Republican Party in Rapid City is sponsoring an event Thursday focusing on the threat from Islamic terrorism, but there is concern the group in charge is stirring up animosity toward Muslims. That group, Understanding the Threat, calls itself an operational training an

Children at M&M Day Care in Huron are among those benefiting from the use of early childhood education to integrate refugees from Myanmar into the community. (M&M Day Care)

HURON, S.D. – The small town of Huron in East Central South Dakota has become a heartwarming example of how early childhood education can bring a community together. Nearly a decade ago, Dakota Provisions began recruiting refugees from Myanmar to work in its turkey processing plant in Huron.

As part of Latino Conservation Week, community members are being encouraged to show their passion for protected areas, including the Mount Rushmore National Memorial. (Hispanic Access Foundation)

PIERRE, S.D. -- This week marks the third annual Latino Conservation Week, and organizers are shining a spotlight on the Latino community's concern for preserving South Dakota's natural resources. Several groups, including the National Park Service, encouraged Latinos to go camping and hiking and

Dozens of South Dakota libraries are holding events to celebrate National Library Week. (iStockphoto)

PIERRE, S.D. - It's National Library Week and libraries across South Dakota are celebrating in several ways, including forgiving fines for overdue books. South Dakota is home to about 115 libraries, many of which now are providing a lot more services than loaning books. State Librarian Daria Bossma

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Police in Arizona now have the authority to stop anyone they suspect of being in this country illegally, arrest them, and hold them for deportation, if the individual is in fact in the country illegally. That effort is generating negative reactions from members of religious group

Sioux Falls, SD - A new model for helping South Dakota's underserved citizens emerged recently when the Falls Community Health Center in Sioux Falls moved into shared space with the city's Multi-Cultural Center and Minnehaha County Human Services offices. Jill Franken, with the Sioux Falls Health De

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