Political Junkies, Deadwood History Inc., Mike Deitschman
Dakota Midday - 04/04/2012
Dakota Midday is hosted by Karl Gehrke in Vermillion, SD.
The Dakota Political Junkies are Jon Hunter, Madison Daily Leader Publisher and David Montgomery, Rapid City Journal reporter. They discuss the South Dakota legislative races and a possible court challenge from South Dakota Democrats.
The Deadwood History, Inc., is a new partnership between the Days of '76 Museum and the Adams Museum and House. Bill Peterson has been named Chief Executive Officer and Mary Kopco is the foundation's Executive Director. The mission of Deadwood History, Inc., is to inspire the global community by preserving and celebrating the cultural heritage of Deadwood and the Black Hills in the context of the American West through high quality exhibits, innovative educational programs and access to extensive collections in unique settings.
Mike Deitschman is the Clinical Research Coordinator with Rural/Metro Ambulance in Sioux Falls. Thirty-seven patients treated by Rural/Metro paramedics agreed to be part of a five year study looking into the effect of glucose-insulin-potassium treatment given to patients experiencing heart attack symptoms. Sioux Falls was one of 13 communities nationwide chosen to be a part of a study reported this week in the Journal of American Medical Medicine.
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