by: Eric Mayer
Happy Friday! Here’s KELOLAND On The Go.
Four more South Dakotans have died due to COVID-19 bringing the statewide death toll to 73 since the pandemic started.
COVID-19 in South Dakota: 62 new positive cases; Death toll rises to 73; Active cases at 928
Habitat for Humanity volunteers were back in action after shutting down work in March because of COVID-19.
Habitat for Humanity back to work and looking for volunteers
The Sturgis city council has not yet decided whether it will host the rally due to COVID-19, but businesses and the Monument Health Hospital are making preparations.
Preparing for the Sturgis Rally during COVID-19 pandemic
A local woman says Sioux Falls is a welcoming community for African-American entrepreneurs, even though she hasn’t always felt that way.
Single mom CEO’s career path comes full-circle
Organizers are planning another protest against racism and brutality toward people of color.
Organizers plan another protest for racial justice
Artists are busy painting in downtown Vermillion.
Indigenous-led mural project adding more art to Vermillion
Stay with KELOLAND.com and KELOLAND News for the latest developments.