In The Moment ... July 31 2017, Show 145 Hour 1
Larry Campbell's fascination with the Missouri River inspired a journey from the river's source to the place where it merges with the Mississippi. Along the way, he found a lot more than a river. His book is called "Rollin Down the River." He speaks at Rotary in Yankton tomorrow at noon. But first he joins us on In the Moment. To receive a 10 percent discount on an autographed copy of the book, order it online from the author: https://larryncampbell.com/
Some South Dakota cities and towns may be able to use federal grant money to tear down dilapidated and abandoned buildings. The state is giving one million dollars to the new Bulldoze, Build, and Beautify program. SDPB's Andrew Bork explains what this program hopes to accomplish.
As motorcycles flood the state highways and byways, we welcome South Dakota Secretary of Tourism Jim Hagan to In the Moment for a look at the summer season.
As we continue to share stories of South Dakotans during the Vietnam War we’re joined by Clark Mola. After graduating from flight school in 1967, Clark Mola was assigned to the 17th assault helicopter company. In 1968 while flying combat missions in Vietnam, Mola was aircraft commander of a helicopter in a flight of five helicopters. He joins us to expand on his Vietnam story. Find more stories of Vietnam at http://www.sdpb.org/vietnam/