"Not only do we have one of the lowest death rates, we've got about 40 people in the hospital today statewide, our infection rates are low, our job losses are low, our economy is doing better than virtually any other state, and I think it's a real testimony to what could have been possible in other states, but those governors just made the wrong decisions." … [Read more...] about Noem says South Dakota proud to host Sturgis motorcycle rally
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"I did speak extensively to him about South Dakota while he was here, talked to him about our country and how we can bring people together and really what this election is about. It's about results," Noem said. "It's about policies that are good for the American people and that we can't afford to let a radical agenda, which is a political agenda designed to destroy this country, gain any foothold." … [Read more...] about South Dakota Gov. Noem decries ‘radical agenda, which is a political agenda designed to destroy this country’
Congress can strengthen response measures for opportunity youth without reinventing the wheel. They can build on successful bipartisan strategies and program models helping youth get "Back On Track," which federal evaluations have found to double the odds that young people will be reconnected to school or work. Increased funding and flexibility in programs such as YouthBuild, the National Guard Youth Challenge Program, National Civilian Community Corps and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act’s Youth Activities has also led to positive outcomes. This is encouraging given nearly 70 percent of opportunity youth said they wanted to serve in their communities but only 3 percent had the opportunity to do so. … [Read more...] about The millions of young people forgotten amid pandemic response
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES, CA — It's been an unpredictable time and South Bay residents are all facing unexpected moments and challenges in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The city of Rolling Hills Estates is calling on residents to complete a survey that could help inform upcoming decisions. … [Read more...] about Did You Take The Alert South Bay Survey?
Anthony May, a retired ATF explosives investigator for the US government, said the color of the cloud after the blast suggests there may have been other compounds involved. And Robert Baer, a former CIA operative with extensive experience in the Middle East, said "that orange ball (of fire)" indicated possible military grade explosives. … [Read more...] about What we know about the Beirut blast