KOTG: Firefighters battle grass fire in Turner County, a new mural and Native Americans’ Day

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A South Dakota National Guard helicopter crew hoisted a man to safety after he fell 100 feet in the Badlands National Park Saturday.

Crews from multiple fire departments responded to a grass fire last night in Turner County.

We now know the names of the two men killed in a crash near Wall Lake.

A local youth football team is honoring a former player who lost his life in a car crash. 15-year-old Barry Grieve died in the crash on interstate 229 last November.

A new mural went up in Sioux Falls this weekend. On the backside of Piper Arts along Minnesota Avenue, you can find Jana Anderson’s blue and gray creation. 

1990 was designated a “Year in Reconciliation,” and it was the first year Native Americans’ Day was officially celebrated in the state. Ceremonies took place in Custer State Park and at Crazy Horse Memorial.

Stay with KELOLAND News and KELOLAND.com for up-to-the-minute developments throughout the day!

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