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In Touch 1/26/23

Becky Guffin from the Aberdeen Public School District joins us to talk about everything going on at the public school district this month…

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Alexa Sheldon, the new director of the Aberdeen Downtown Association joins us to talk about the association…

Walker Duehr becomes first South Dakota native to score NHL goal

The Calgary Flames report Walker Duehr has become the first ever player born in South Dakota to score a goal in the NHL. Duehr scored the goal in the second period of a scoreless game against St. Louis on January 12th. Duehr is a native of Sioux Falls, is 25 years old and played junior hockey with several teams in the USHL. He played college hockey for Minnesota State Mankato before signing an undrafted free agent deal with Calgary. He became the first South Dakota born player to play in the NHL on November 14th in a game against the Ottawa Senators.

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