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Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... May 2,2017 Show 084 Hour 2

As Rapid City continues to struggle with relations between Native and non-Native people, the Mniluzahan Okolakiciyapi Ambassadors present an in-depth look at the history of land transfers in West Rapid City. The Ambassadors believe history matters and relationships matter. They present

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In The Moment ... April 26, 2017 Show 080 Hour 2

We tackle the top political headlines in the state with Dakota Political Junkies Denise Ross and Dana Ferguson.

Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... April 18, 2017 Show 074 Hour 1

“Vietnam Vets: Still Coming Home” is a monumental book that chronicles the monumental lives (as well as the mundane details) of Vietnam veterans before, during, and after the war. Joining us today in the studio are photographer Steve Feimer and Larry Tentinger.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... March 28, 2017 Show 059 Hour 2

It's a competition to encourage students to not only come up with business ideas, but to make those ideas happen in the real world. The Invent-to-Innovate Business Model Competition is at the University of South Dakota this week. There's a world-class lineup up judges, and everyone is looking for the next big idea. Howard Haines is an entrepreneurship instructor at the Beacom School of Business at USD. He joins us to talk about the program.

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In The Moment ... March 2, 2017 Show 41 Hour 2

This Sunday marks the 75th anniversary of the United States Naval Construction Forces, more commonly known as "The Seabees." Although the relatively small unit has played a vital role in America's military operations around the world, many people have never heard of them. SDPB's Jim Kent sat down with some Seabees who were trained to build - and to fight.

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In The Moment ... February 16, 2017 Show 032 Hour 1

Lulu Garcia-Navarro is the new host of NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday. She talks with Lori Walsh about taking the helm of a legacy program on NPR, how an intimate conversation creates a driveway moment, and how the role of American journalists hasn’t changed as much as some people think.  

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The Sundance Institute Native Filmmakers Lab is hosting two young writer/directors this week to assist them in preparing for production of their short films.  

Razelle Benally is Oglala and Navajo. She grew up in Rapid City and graduated from Central High School. Razelle says she first picked up a camera in her teens.