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Anthon Man Dies of Farm Accident

(Anthon) -- Woodbury County Sheriff's office is reporting a farm accident has claimed the life of a rural Anthon man.  48 year old Donald Graves was killed on Saturday while attempting to stand up a Bobcat skid loader that had rolled on to its side.  Graves was using chains and tow straps while attempting to get the skid loader in an upright position.  The skid loader spun around and struck Graves with the attachment on the front of the skid loader.  The attachment then came to rest on Graves.  He was pronounced dead at the scene.

(LeMars) -Christmas is known as the season for giving.  So, are people being generous when it comes to local charities?  Pat Warner works with the LeMars Christian Needs Center.  The Christian Needs Center is a local charity that distributes food and clothing to Plymouth County residents.  Warner has helped with the Christian Needs Center for three years and she says there are many people who are making contributions. 

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At the same time, Warner says the demand for the Christian Needs Center's services has been on the increase, mainly due to the economy.

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Warner says fortunately, the donations have been able to keep up with the increased demand.  


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If you would like to donate household items, clothing, or food to the Christian Needs Center they are open on Mondays and Tuesdays, between 8:30 and 3:30 and Wednesdays from 8:30 to 7:00 p.m.

 

 VERMILLION, S.D. (AP) - U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem says she is close to earning a college degree.
     The South Dakota Republican during a weekend speech at the University of South Dakota winter commencement said she has turned in her final paper and hopes to soon qualify for the degree.
     When Noem was 22 she left school to help run her family's ranch after her father was killed in a farm accident. The Press & Dakotan newspaper reports that through the years she has taken college classes including online courses, and also has received intern credits for her work in Congress.
     Noem was elected to the U.S. House last year after serving in the state House.
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