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A recent study done by the financial technology company, SmartAsset, found that Yankton ranks as the #7 best place to retire in South Dakota. The study is based on factors related to taxes, healthcare, and social options.
Per the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), more people are working in their later years compared to the past, a trend that is expected to continue. Yankton offers a wide variety of work opportunities including part-time jobs and volunteer positions, which are a great fit for people who are retired and looking to stay occupied. The ability to remain a part of a community'...
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Every day, a typical American will spend more than 11 hours interacting with media. On average, we check our phones every 12 minutes — immersing ourselves in screens more than 80 times per day. You hardly need me to point out the ever-increasing dependency on connected technologies in our everyday lives.
But while the connectedness of our networks and devices bolsters convenience in an astounding way, that convenience brings heightened vulnerability.
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‘House of peace.’
That’s how Fr. Valerian Odermann equated Tuesday afternoon’s groundbreaking and naming ceremony for a new athletic fieldhouse at Mount Marty College and the institution’s Benedictine values.
Odermann, the college’s chaplain, provided the blessing for the ceremony to kick-start the $15 million, 100,000-square-foot facility that will be named the Ruth Donohoe First Dakota Fieldhouse. Dirt work recently began on the complex that is set to be completed next summer.
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