In The Moment ... Remembering The Rapid City Flood Of 1972
In The Moment ... June 7, 2017 Hour 1 Show 109
This week marks 45 years since Rapid City Flood of 1972. Don Barnett remembers the tragedy in detail, and he writes about it in his upcoming memoir. The book is called "Thorns and Roses: Rapid City in the 1970s." Now you can read an excerpt of the memoir in the summer issue of "South Dakota History." The issue is devoted to Barnett's recollections of heroism and loss, grief and rebuilding. Don Barnett joins us.
Hopefully, by now, you have your dandelions under control. It's time for our gardening and growing segment on In the Moment. With us today is Erik Helland. He's President and Owner of Landscape Garden Centers in Sioux Falls.
Dakota Wesleyan University hosts a Certified Nurse Assistant Summit next week on June 12 and 13. The conference features keynote speeches and round-table discussions. Joining us today: Stacey Patzlaff, Rural health Initiative coordinator for Dakota Wesleyan, Melissa McMillen, Rural Nursing Imitative CNA program coordinator, and keynote speaker Jan McInnis.