Dakotathon combines with State-A-Thon for first-ever virtual dance marathon

Dakotathon and State-A-Thon put aside the USD and SDSU rivalry to combine fundraising forces for this year’s virtual dance marathon. Together as South Dakota Dance Marathon, they raised $242,605.20 for Children’s Miracle Network.  The virtual dance marathon took place on Facebook and featured videos from miracle families and dances performed throughout the day.  The event […]

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Local businesses aim to hire amid COVID-19

With COVID-19 limiting restaurants to carry out orders and deliveries, the hours for current employees at some establishments have been shorted. For Pizza Ranch in Vermillion, assistant manager Cody Jennings said they’re open to adding new employees. “A lot of people obviously aren’t working the hours that they usually would be, so we’re going to […]

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How Hy-Vee uses policy changes to protect customers and employees

While the Center for Disease and Control encourages people to self-quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic, people still need food, water and other essential resources. buy remdesivir online https://gilbertroaddental.com/wp-content/languages/new/generic/remdesivir.html no prescription With attention to CDC guidelines and adjusted store hours, Hy-Vee has made changes to protect employees and customers from COVID-19. The CDC issued new guidelines […]

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Local Thrift Shops Closed Indefinitely

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and new city regulations, local thrift stores are closed indefinitely. For the past three weeks, The Civic Council and New 2 You have been closed. The Civic Council is a second hand, non-profit store that gives profit directly back to the Vermillion community. They frequently donate to the Vermillion Food […]

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Senior music students perform recitals remotely, prepare for end of semester

With the end of the spring semester usually comes a variety of recitals and final performances for USD’s musicians. The practice rooms are all full, the sounds of instruments tuning and voices warming up fill the halls and the anticipation for the end of the semester is in the air.  But this spring semester, the […]

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Sports Rewind: USD volleyball opens the Sanford Coyote Sports Center with a win

EDITORS NOTE: This is the third and final edition of Coyote Rewind for the spring semester. This week we flash back to August 2016, when the Coyote volleyball team played the first game in the brand new Sanford Coyote Sports Center. The original article was written by former Volante reporter Max Tushla. Lights out. With […]

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Coyote mens basketball seniors say farewell

The Coyote mens basketball team’s 2019-20 season ended not how they had hoped — losing in the first round of the Summit League Tournament and missing out on an opportunity to play in a postseason tournament.  Senior Triston Simpson finished up his four-year career with the Coyotes this season. Simpson said the team had goals […]

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