In the Moment, June 1, 2021 Show 1060.
South Dakota State University's Professor Charles Fenster is an evolutionary biologist and director of the Oak Lake Field Station. He joins us to talk about his upcoming Fulbright scholar research in Norway.
South Dakotans report inconsistent access to quality early childhood learning resources across the state. SDPB's Jackelyn Severin reports on SDPB's Coming Home Survey.
We begin our June SDPB Spotlight on rodeo today by welcoming one of the state's most iconic rodeo athletes. Billie Sutton will talk about his journey as a rodeo standout and the accident that changed his course forever.
This day in South Dakota history reminds us that it was in 1960 that the USS South Dakota was officially stricken from the Naval Vessel Register. The USS South Dakota battleship was decommissioned shortly after World War II.
Throughout June, SDPB explores what guitar professionals appreciate about their chosen instrument. Today we hear from Jay Gilbertson and his 1964 Fender Stratocaster for "Old Guitars and the Local Musicians Who Love Them" on Images of the Past.
Ledger art master Don Montileaux exhibits his work at the Dahl Arts Center for the first time in nine years.