News, August 6th

75 years after the bomb, Hiroshima still chooses ‘reconciliation and hope’ – In a video message delivered to a Peace Memorial Ceremony in Japan on Thursday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres has paid tribute to the victims of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, which devastated the city in 1945. “Seventy-five years ago, a single nuclear weaponContinue reading “News, August 6th”

News, August 5th

Beirut explosion: Rescue workers frantically search for survivors as Lebanon capital confronts massive devastation – Rescuers on Wednesday are working frantically to search for survivors in Beirut a day after a massive explosion rocked the Lebanese capital, leaving at least 100 dead and some 4,000 injured. Lebanon’s Health Minister Hamad Hassan told reporters outside aContinue reading “News, August 5th”

News, August 4th

‘Just come home’ grandma asks teenager wanted in connection to Rapid City shooting – The grandmother of a Rapid City teenager who’s been missing for weeks and is now wanted for questioning about a shooting is begging for him to come home. “I really want him to come home. I’ll go with him to talkContinue reading “News, August 4th”

News, August 3rd

‘Students will need COVID tests every 2-3 days to keep campus safe’ – To fight against novel coronavirus, researchers have revealed that college students would need to be tested for COVID-19 infection in every two to three days for safely reopen of campuses this fall. The study, published in the journal JAMA Network Open, definesContinue reading “News, August 3rd”

News, August 2nd

Australia declares ‘State of Disaster’ in Victoria after coronavirus cases spike continues – A “State of Disaster” was declared for the Australian state of Victoria after almost 700 new cases of coronavirus were recorded overnight, according to reports. The declaration is just one of several measures taken as Australia’s second most populated state grows moreContinue reading “News, August 2nd”

News, August 1st

2020 Buffalo Chip Signature Rides – Graced with geological wonders and unbridled beauty, riding in the Black Hills is almost transcendental. This magic is a big reason rider come from the four corners of the earth to ride here each August during the Sturgis Rally. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a first-timer, one ofContinue reading “News, August 1st”

News, July 31st

Aftermath: Trump’s Black Hills trip – When the dust settled from the demonstration against Donald Trump’s reelection campaign stop here at Mt. Rushmore National Memorial, a petition and a follow-up event rose from the civil disobedience action, as foretold. The petition entitled “Return Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills to the Lakota!” states: “In 1877,Continue reading “News, July 31st”

Thoughts, July 30th

The yardstick by which the political, economic, and social conditions of developing nations is measured, is developed in ideological isolation by the intelligentsia of the now-developed nations. Did not poor labor conditions prevail during the rise of industry in these now-developed nations? Was pollution not a side-effect of such industrial development? Were political freedoms notContinue reading “Thoughts, July 30th”

News, July 30th

China stresses stabilizing foreign trade and investment – The State Council on Wednesday (July 29) stressed efforts to further open up and keep foreign trade and investment stable, as well as to facilitate employment and ensure people’s livelihood amid epidemic control. It decided to expand the pilot program on the innovative development of trade inContinue reading “News, July 30th”

News, July 29th

Australia wildfires ‘killed or displaced’ nearly 3 billion animals, declared among ‘worst wildlife disasters’ in history – The devastating wildfire season in Australia that stretched from last July through March impacted far more animals than previously estimated, scientists said Tuesday in a new report. The fires caused widespread destruction and mass evacuations in the easternContinue reading “News, July 29th”