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Emergency facility delayed

Cash flow problems at Curry Health Network means the health district will not open its promised Emergency Department in Brookings in the immediate future, officials said Tuesday.

At the same time, Chief Financial Officer Ken Landau has agreed to step down, and 18 to 20 people will be laid off, among other cost-reduction measures.

CHN’s Chief Executive Officer Ginny Razo is a anxious these days.

“Ken and I have had multiple conversations,” Razo said Tuesday afternoon. “And I really began to grow concerned when I saw the September financials and that we had 11 days of cash on hand. That was the beginning. According to Mr. Landau, this organization would have been insolvent by the end of the year.


Itís a surfing thing

Photo by Agatha Conrad

One of the appeals of the surfing lifestyle is the relaxed atmosphere and the shared experiences of riding waves. Two surfers celebrate a recent surf session at Sporthaven Beach, where large winter waves present a challenge to even the most skilled surfers. 

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