Jeremy Ludemann

Local Host, All Things Considered

What started out as volunteering to emcee high school pep rallies has turned into a vocation that has surpassed my wildest dreams. I'm new to these parts and grew up along the coast of South Carolina. I left there to go to The College of Wooster where I got a part-time gig at the campus radio station. I loved it so much that I ended up running the place my senior year.

As a grad student at Ohio University, I spent a good chunk of time at WOUB, the local NPR and PBS station. That experience led me to pursue a career in public broadcasting. 

My goal is to work with colleagues across South Dakota to deliver news and perspectives that matter.

If there's a story that you think is worth telling, please do not hesitate to contact me.

In my spare time, I like to go to sporting events, concerts, state parks, and museums. I'm trying to get to the gym more often, but looks like that New Year's resolution isn't panning out too well (I digress). 

Thanks for tuning in to SDPB, and as Charles Osgood says, "I'll see you on the radio." 

South Dakota Department of Revenue

The South Dakota State Legislature and Governor Dennis Daugaard approved Senate Bill 36 in the last session. The new law changes the filing and payment dates for several state taxes starting in July. South Dakota Public Broadcasting's Jeremy Ludemann reports.

Senate Bill 36 changes deadlines for the state sales, use, and motor fuel taxes -- along with the contractor's excise tax and the 9-1-1 surcharge and wireless taxes.

The new law moves the filing date for these taxes to the 20th day of every month.

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