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In The Moment ... May 26, 2017 Show 102 Hour 1

You can hear live music on In the Moment every Friday. Today we welcome Bridget Boen. She grew up in Nebraska and has been living the nomadic musical life for a while. For now, she's settled in Sioux Falls, and we're glad she did. Find her at www.bridgetboen.com.

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In The Moment ... May 25, 2017 Show 101 Hour 1

Tonight on SDPB-TV, you can watch a new feature film on Independent Lens. "Farmer/Veteran" follows a U.S. Army combat vet as he struggles to survive his ongoing mental health crisis. It's a compelling, sometimes disturbing, always thought-provoking look at the cost of war and the search for sanctuary. Alexandra Blair, co-director of "Farmer/Veteran" joins us.

Nate Wek is a digital content strategist at South Dakota Public Broadcasting. He joins us today to discuss the state tennis and upcoming state track.

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In The Moment ... May 24, 2017 Show 100 Hour 2

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley joins us for an update on Project Stand Up. It's a statewide coordinate campaign that allows for anonymous tips regarding drug crime. We’ll discuss early results from the program as well as Jackley’s thoughts on messages from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Dakota Political Junkies Dana Ferguson and Roger Whittle join In the Moment. From recent updates on GEAR UP to the current trial in Flandreau, the Junkies offer updates and analysis on the week’s top political headlines.

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In The Moment ... May 24, 2017 Show 100 Hour 1

As top programmers compete in Rapid City at the International Collegiate Programming Contest this week, cyber attacks continue to make headlines across the globe. The recent Wanna-Cry malware wreaked havoc in more than 150 countries. U.S. Senator Mike Rounds serves as chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee Subcommittee on cyber security. He joins us now to talk about cyber acts of war, how to revitalize American policy and strategy and more.

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In The Moment ... May 23, 2017 Show 099 Hour 1

Steve Bannon made a career as a voice for the anti-establishment. Now he's chief strategist for President Donald Trump. For FRONTLINE's "Bannon's War," producers drew on nearly 30 in-depth interviews with political insiders, Bannon's former associates at Breitbart, authors, and journalists. It tells the story of one man's quest to transform America. You can see it tonight on SDPB-TV at 9 central, 8 mountain. Joining us today to talk about "Bannon's War," producer Gabrielle Schonder.

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The 2017 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest  is coming to Rapid City in May.
Officials say the contest is geared toward finding the best critical thinkers in the world to solve extremely complex computer coding problems.  

Dr. Dick Gowen spearheaded the project to get the ICPC to Rapid City.  He told the Black Hills Forum and Press Club in today’s technology driven world cyber security and hacking have become two major issues to address.