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Larry Rohrer

  • The second of two major music festivals take place in late March. It's the Treefort Music Festival in Boise Idaho and David Hersrud was there to take in the music and experiences for this episode of Fresh Tracks.
  • This week’s episode of Fresh Tracks with David Hersrud takes you to some of our local record stores to celebrate Record Store Day and get a few suggestions for new music to check on.
  • Founded 30 years ago as a music festival, South by Southwest has morphed into a culture fest featuring everything from music, cinema, technology, politics, and health. A place where creative forces can network. It has become a gateway for international artists and gives new artists a national profile.
  • This week’s episode of Fresh Tracks with David Hersrud we take you from the Super Bowl halftime show to a historical journey to find Rap Music for people who don’t like Rap.
  • Ivermectin is a drug used by veterinarians to treat parasite infestations in animals. The Senate Health and Human Services Committee debated House Bill 1267. This bill would allow more personnel in the health field to prescribe this drug for use as a COVID-19 therapy. We listen in on a summary of the debate.
  • The House Ag and Natural Resources Committee considered House Bill 1096 which would keep livestock producer options open for the official identification methods of individual animals. Here's a summary of the debate.
  • The House of Representatives considered House Bill 1311. The bill would have ended contract-for-birth surrogacy. Here is a summary of the debate on HB 1311.
  • In this Fresh Tracks, Larry Rohrer and David Hersrud (a music industry veteran, collector, and life-long enthusiast) discuss the latest fresh tracks coming out of the music industry.
  • Each year South Dakota colleges and universities are required to submit a report on all of their efforts to promote intellectual diversity. The 2021 report was nearly 150 pages. The Senate Education Committee heard a debate on Senate Bill 117 which would repeal the requirement for the report. We listen in on the debate.
  • On this day in 1991, the South Dakota Lions Eye Bank officially opened. We take a moment to learn more about this idea that was spurred by an address from Helen Keller in the mid-1920s.