Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... April 12, 2018 Show 314 Hour 1

What's your first memory of learning to give? Were you placing an offering in a collection plate? Maybe you offered breakfast in bed to your mother alongside a flower perched in a paper cup.

Dr. Dwight Burlingame is one of America's leading thinkers and practitioners in the field of philanthropy. He's in town for the Morning Fill Up at The Garage in Rapid City, sponsored by the Bush Foundation and the Numad Group.

The University of Minnesota

In The Moment ... April 10, 2018 Show 312 Hour 2

Can scientists speed up the research on autism and advance our understanding? Can South Dakotans join in the effort?

Dr. Suma Jacob is director of the Autism Research Program at the University of Minnesota. She returns to In The Moment after visiting South Dakota last August.

https://cnbd.umn.edu/research/suma-jacob-lab/spark

Rounds 'Puzzled' By President's Trade Negotiating Style

Apr 12, 2018
Rounds for Senate

US Senator Mike Rounds says he’s pleased President Donald Trump is reconsidering the Trans Pacific Partnership.

Rounds and other South Dakota Senator John Thune say they’re concerned by the president’s trade war with China.

He says that partnership is a good counter to proposed tariffs by the Chinese government.

The president abandoned TPP talks shortly after taking office.

Rounds says he wants the president to sign the TPP the way it was written in the first place.

Jennifer Pharr Davis

Apr 12, 2018
nationalgeographic.com

In the Moment ... April 10, 2018 Show 312 Hour 1

To be human is to endure. Jennifer Pharr Davis found her own reservoir of endurance on the Appalachian Trail. She's been tested as a business owner, as a mother, and as an author.

She's has pushed herself in many of the same way we all do. And yet, she has also endured more than most of us will in a lifetime.

The first time Jennifer Pharr Davis thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail, in 2008, she set the women's fastest known time (FKT) record, completing the trail in 58 days

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... April 11, 2018 Show 313 Hour 2

The Apex Gallery at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology presents the exhibition "Without Land." It's a collaboration between the students and artist Altman Studeny exploring the wild land urban interface. The exhibit runs through April 27.

SDPB

In The Moment ... April 11, 2018 Show 313 Hour 2

Numbers matter. Today we look at dollar signs and polling numbers with the Dakota Political Junkies. Plus, we look behind the point spread to see if the poll itself tells us anything about the nature of the race for governor. Jonathan Ellis, reporter and columnist with Argus Leader Media and Noel Hamiel, former state representative and member of the South Dakota Newspaper Hall of Fame are this week's Dakota Political Junkies.

goyotes.com

In The Moment ... April 11, 2018 Show 313 Hour 1

Huron native Todd Lee returns to South Dakota to coach the USD men's basketball team. SDPB's Nate Wek sat down with the coach.

Jerry Wilson

Apr 12, 2018
Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... April 11, 2018 Show 313 Hour 1

What do 150 acres and the creatures who inhabit it have to say to the people who live, work and write among them?

Jerry Wilson lives with his poet wife, Norma, on Prairie Bluff in southeast South Dakota. For many years he taught literature and writing. He served as managing editor of South Dakota Magazine. Now he writes full time ... well, almost full time. He's got a lot of outdoor exploring to do as well.

His new book is called Seasons of the Coyote: A Year on Prairie Bluff.

In The Moment ... April 10, 2018 Show 312 Hour 2

She was a pioneer for women in media, not just in South Dakota, but throughout the nation. Helene Duhamel, Helen's granddaughter, joins In The Moment to tell Helen's story.

Visit Rapid City

On June 5, Rapid City voters decide whether to build a new arena at the Rapid City Civic Center complex.
 
The $130 million for the new arena would come from a unique funding source, in fact, it’s the same fund created to build the civic center in 1975.
 
However, just like in 2015, the last time voters turned down a new arena, not everyone is convinced on the project.

City leaders must at least repurpose the Barnett Arena and make the 40-year-old building comply with current accessibility requirements.

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