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Carl Norquist

Broadcast Media Specialist

Carl Norquist is a producer and writer for In the Moment. An EMMY-winning producer, Carl previously worked for KTIV News 4 in Sioux City, IA. Carl is a Minnesota native and graduate of Augustana University with majors in Art and English.

  • The remains of a WWII soldier killed in a German POW camp are being returned to South Dakota. We talk with Dr. Carrie Brown, Laboratory Manager at the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency Laboratory at Offutt Air Force Base about the efforts to bring Sgt. Walter Nies home.
  • We begin a series on the foundations of the Sabbath and ask what a day of rest means in a contemporary world. Professors Murray Haar and Jill Storm sit down in the studio to discuss the Jewish traditions around the Sabbath and how we recognize the meaning of freedom.
  • We talk networking and Entrepreneur Boot Camp with SD CEO West Women's Business Center's Michelle Kane. Dakota Political Junkies Jon Hunter and Jonathan Ellis join us in our Sioux Falls studio with predictions for the state budget address. We also look at an end to TikTok for state devices.
  • The South Dakota Day of Giving is a 24-hour extravaganza of generosity, and all the money stays right here at home.In the Moment is dedicating this hour to celebrating nonprofit organizations across the state and challenging all of us to support and amplify their work. It's a day of neighbors helping neighbors.
  • The Pride of the Dakotas got their 90 seconds in the national spotlight. The South Dakota State University marching band took to the streets of New York Thursday morning in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.Plus, we look at the history of South Dakota’s state song “Hail, South Dakota!” It’s been a staple of marching bands for nearly 100 years.
  • Whether it's cowboy poetry or songs from the prairie, musicians and writers continue to be inspired by the folklore and storytelling of the American West. Hundreds of artists recently gathered in New Mexico for the annual International Western Music Association conference.
  • It’s estimated that more than 177,000 people in South Dakota will travel by car for Thanksgiving. Shawn Steward with AAA joins us with safety tips.Black Hills artists were well represented at the International Western Music Association conference in New Mexico. We talk to the Ramblin’ Rangers and cowboy poet Sherl Cederburg.
  • With the holidays approaching and families beginning to gather we can’t forget that stress comes with that. We talk with Emilia Flint about the psychology of being around family.Practicing living gratefully is a good habit to get into. As we approach the holidays we are reminded of how grateful we are for various things. Sheryl Chard is the director of education at Grateful Living.
  • You can tell a lot about a city by what’s on the menu. You can tell a lot about a city by how the most vulnerable are treated. Chris Madsen and Eric Schulte discuss the growth of the restaurant industry and feeding the hungry.Jovan C. Speller presents an immersive art installation at Augustana University that transports viewers to her ancestral home in Windsor, North Carolina.
  • Sturgis native David Hersrud brings his years in the music industry and lifelong interest in discovering new music to this episode of Fresh Tracks. David and Larry Rohrer unveil parts of the "Top Albums of the Year" list with music from Miranda Lambert, Ghost, and The Smile.