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The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood clock with the approach of Hurricane Ida, which could track the Mississippi by Tuesday. The Memphis National Weather Service (NWS) said rain should begin on Sunday night across...
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. . SIOUX FALLS, S. . D.. . (AP) - The head of one of the largest regional health systems in the Midwest was replaced on Tuesday, less than a week after telling staff that he had recovered from COVID-19 and was not wearing a mask in the office. Sanford Health said in a press release that it has "mutually agreed to part ways" with longtime CEO Kelby Krabbenhoft, who took over the organization in 1996 and helped grow the organization from a community hospital to the largest rural nonprofit health care system in the country. Krabbenhoft left the management position after emailing staff to inform them that he believes he is immune to COVID-19 "at least seven months and maybe years later" and that he is not at risk of passing it on to anyone. He said wearing a mask was just for show. Other Sanford executives tried to distance themselves from the comments. DR. Kathy Anderson, president of the North Dakota Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, said it was "particularly dangerous news to be broadcast now in North Dakota. " The U. S.. . The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advise people to wear masks as they prevent infected people - whether they know it or not - from spreading the coronavirus. It is also said that masks can protect wearers who are not infected, albeit to a lesser extent. Krabbenhoft said in a statement that the timing of his departure was right for him and his family. "We decided that today is a good time to retire," he said. “Sanford is in a good place, the strongest ever. The company's board of trustees commissioned Bill Gassen to take over Krabbenhoft. Gassen has been with Sanford since 2012 and most recently as Chief Administrative Officer. His appointment is effective immediately. . . .
CHICAGO - With the start of the NCAA basketball season on the horizon and with the pandemic spreading domestically in Illinois and the City of Chicago, a tough decision has been made about whether fans will attend to kick off the season at the DePaul Men's and Women's Basketball Games
Despite losing the West Coast Conference's MVP of this year, Philip Petrosev, Gonzaga received 28 first place votes and 1,541 points from a 64-member National Media Committee. That was just enough to beat Baylor (24 votes first) one point clear of first place in the top 25 pre-season games The Associated Press heading towards the November 25 start of the season