2018 Bush Prize Winners

Nov 14, 2018
Bush Foundation

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The Bush Prize celebrates organizations that are extraordinary not only in what they do but in how they do it.

We are joined by Erika Carter, Communications Director of the Bush Foundation.

Along with two representatives of the winning companies: Charon Asetoyer, the head of the Native American Community Board, and Ted Parsons, Board Member at Capital Area Counseling Service (CASCS).

Dakota Political Junkies: Transition In Pierre

Nov 14, 2018

In The Moment ... November 14, 2018 Show 460 Hour 2

Governor-elect Kristi Noem's transition team, new Republican leadership in Pierre and a remembrance of former lawmaker Roger Hunt highlight this week's Dakota Political Junkies conversation.

Former State Representative and South Dakota Newspaper Hall of Famer Noel Hamiel joins Northern State University Professor of Political Science Jon Schaff.

Kevin Cole Writes "Loving Arms"

Nov 14, 2018
Adria Botella

In The Moment ... November 14, 2018 Show 460 Hour 1

Three strangers meet in a world-famous American art museum. They become friends while discussing art. Then, an American shooter joins the conversation.

"Loving Arms" is a new play written by Kevin Cole, Professor of English at the University of Sioux Falls.

Attend a staged reading of "Loving Arms" Thursday night at 7:30 at the Full Circle Book Co-Op in Sioux Falls.

1881 Courthouse Museum

In The Moment ... November 14, 2018 Show 460 Hour 2

Images of Native Americans have been on currency for years. Gary Enright is the director of the 1881 Courthouse Museum in Custer. Today he taks about this rich history.

Rapid City is isolated when it comes to mental health care access and coverage. The regional hospital has just 44 beds for long term care patients.

The South Dakota House of Representatives has publicly acknowledged the need for additional services in western South Dakota.

A legislative task force is looking at access for those who have a mental health crisis.

The last year has been a real struggle for Katy Urban and her Rapid City family.

Their thirteen year old daughter was hospitalized repeatedly when she tried to take her own life.

Football State Championships By The Numbers

Nov 14, 2018
Kent Osborne / South Dakota Public Broadcasting

Today, November 8th, is the first day of the South Dakota State High School Football Championships.  By Saturday night, seven teams will have titles in seven classes.  S-D-P-B brings you its annual feature, the Football Championships by the Numbers. 

As healthcare professionals bring more focus to mental health treatment, one effort is  to prevent suicide.  The best way to  know what works and what doesn’t:  data and research.

In 2015, Avera Health began a Zero Suicide initiative to collect patient data and track the effectiveness of depression screening and treatment. But there were a pieces of data that Avera couldn’t access...until now. A new partnership with the South Dakota Department of Health is filling in data gaps to  help  prevent future suicides.

Lee Strubinger

We talk buffalo, grasslands, and regenerative agriculture with Dan O'Brien, founder of South Dakota's Wild Idea Buffalo, and Yvon Chinourd, founder of the Patagonia company.

Adria Botella

The Sioux Falls Design Center is not just for designers. It's for community memberrs to connect and engage with the world of design. We're joined by Kellen Boice, executive director at the Sioux Falls Design Center, and Sara Lum, architect and vice president of the Sioux Falls Design Center.

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"Seeing Dakota: Collisions and Confluences" is a collaboration of artist Shelia Agee and writer and theologian Ann Pederson.

The exhibit runs from Thursday, November 15 through Thursday, December 13. A gallery reception is set for 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, November 16, featuring an artist's talk at 7:30 p.m.



Thursday's In the Moment: a two-hour look at access to mental health services in the state featuring reports from SDPB reporters. Join us for "Before It Gets Better."

SDPB Community Calendar is brought to you with support from the SD Arts Council.

South Dakota Arts Council support is provided with funds from the State of South Dakota, through the Department of Tourism, and the National Endowment for the Arts.


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