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Posted: Friday, January 28, 2011 at 10:35 am
By: Karen Sherman
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There was a scary moment at the halftime of the O’Gorman/Yankton girls basketball game. As Matt Holsen shared during sports on KELOLAND News at 10 last night, one of the referees had a heart attack, which delayed the game for a while. But reports say he was responsive on his way to the heart hospital.  We hope he’s doing well today.

KELOLAND’s David Brown is following up on the referee today and Kelli Grant is going to talk with a woman who had a heart attack just months ago.  Her scare has inspired her to help others.

Some KELOLAND college students have gotten caught in the middle of protests in Egypt. Augustana College announced today the students have changed hotels and they’ve cancelled a concert planned for tonight.  To make the situation even more difficult, Egypt shut down its internet and cell phone networks early this morning. We’re talking with the school later today.

And gambling at the Grand Falls Casino will happen sooner than expected. Jon Wilson has a look at the progress at the complex that’s just over the border in Iowa.

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