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Two tribes put Native Women's Health Clinic on notice | Apr 08


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On today's update...

Two West River tribes are giving a Rapid City-based women's health clinic a month to turn around its program. The Native American centered pre-natal care clinic in question has reportedly seen zero patients since last April.

U.S. Senator Mike Rounds urges change in requirements for tribal law enforcement training. The Bureau of Indian Affairs currently requires most tribal law enforcement officers to train in New Mexico.

The most recent Mid-America Manufacturing Index gave economists pause in the month of March. From jobs to possible recession, business owners are voicing concerns.

Two positions are open on the Sioux Falls School District Board. Five candidates are vying for those positions in Tuesday's election.

Organizers for a street race in downtown Sturgis are making a final pitch to the community ahead of a vote on whether the race should happen. The event is scheduled to take place during the annual motorcycle rally and be broadcast on national television.

And more.

Krystal is the local host of "All Things Considered."