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Seth Tupper

Seth Tupper

Supervising senior producer

Seth grew up in Wessington Springs and Kimball, graduated from Kimball High School, and earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from South Dakota State University.

He previously reported for the Rapid City Journal, The Daily Republic in Mitchell and The Daily Globe in Worthington, Minnesota.

He wrote the 2017 book "Calvin Coolidge in the Black Hills" (published by The History Press) about the president’s eventful three-month South Dakota vacation in 1927. He also contributed chapters to the Fodor's guidebook "The Black Hills of South Dakota."

He won a national Edward R. Murrow Award in 2021 for his investigative report on the political and environmental ramifications of fireworks displays at Mount Rushmore National Memorial.

Seth is based at SDPB's Black Hills Studio in Rapid City.