In The Moment: Dusty Johnson's Popularity, And The "The Missing and Murdered" Documentary
In the Moment, May 19, 2021 Show 1052.
Where is that bear (or bears)? Mike Klosowski, Regional Wildlife Supervisor with South Dakota Game Fish & Parks, shares the latest on the bear that ignited social media in the Black Hills.
Dr. Andrew Ellsworth previews On Call with the Prairie Doc® where this week's episode is "Oh, My Aching Back."
Dakota Political Junkies: Jon Hunter takes a look at the SDSU poll that shows US Representative Dusty Johnson as the most popular elected official in South Dakota.
High school senior Laney Mackaben from Belle Fourche High, in her own words, talks about her final year in high school and how the coronavirus affected it.
We continue our SDPB May Spotlight coverage as we welcome filmmaker Zeke Hanson. His documentary, "The Missing and Murdered" explores the aftermath of the 1862 Dakota Uprising. We talk about the concentration camp at Fort Snelling, the long, desperate journey to Crow Creek, Dakota Territory, and the ride to commemorate the events and honor the victims who made the journey.
"Pollination Paradox," a new exhibit at the Brookings Area Arts Council, concerns alchemy, frequency, vibration and energy according to artist Erik Ritter.