Solving complex challenges with dignity & respect
In the Moment explores the roles dignity and respect play in face-to-face interactions with neighbors in need. Plus, helping four-legged neighbors in Huron and honoring an outstanding supporter of the arts in the state.
Comprehensive recoveries from athletic injuries
When an injury takes an athlete out of the game, the focus can only be on their physical health. But what about their mental health? Lura Roti with SDPB explores the toll an injury can take on overall well-being.
Mental health in student-athletes
Josefine Combs, Psy.D., is a neuropsychologist and sports psychologist. She sees athletes give it their all—including sacrificing their mental health. Learn about her full spectrum of services and how she helps athletes get back on track.
Searching for person-centered solutions
A request for help should be met with respect. Madeline Shields from the Bishop Dudley Hospitality House and Tamera Jerke-Leisinger with the Banquet in Sioux Falls join In the Moment to talk about how they approach face-to-face interactions with guests.
South Dakota backs the 25th Amendment
On this day in 1964, South Dakota was the 38th state to ratify the 25th Amendment, which was a pillar of the civil rights movement. This amendment abolished all poll taxes and prevented states from charging voters money to exercise their rights.
What's new Alley Cat?
A feline family of strays tugged at Laura Jones' heartstrings—and sparked an idea. She rallied the Huron community and founded the Alley Cat Spay and Neuter Mission. Learn how caring for its whiskered residents benefits a neighborhood.
An outstanding supporter & outstanding individual
Brian Bonde has been a lifetime supporter of the arts in his community. And his community has taken notice. He will be honored with the Outstanding Support of the Arts by an Individual award at the upcoming Governor's Awards in the Arts. Listen to his story.