In The Moment ... October 22. 2018 Show 445 Hour 2
She was almost the first female governor of South Dakota. Gladys Pyle was the first woman elected to the S.D. House, the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate, and the first woman to address a national political convention.
For today's Images of the Past, we learned more about Senator Gladys Pyle with veteran Huron broadcaster Chuck Anderson and Rachel Farrell, current director of the Gladys Pyle House and Museum.
In The Moment ... December 4, 2017 Show 232 Hour 2
Charles "Chuck" Isakson (1917-1997), a Webster native and longtime Huron resident, was among some 50 South Dakotans who survived the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. He told his story to a gathering at the Huron Elks Club in 1993. Chuck Anderson, Huron radio personality and host, recorded and preserved the speech.
In The Moment ... October 16, 2017 Show 199 Hour 2
Joe Foss became America's top flying ace during World War II. He was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. But he was also once a South Dakota kid, with a fierce work ethic and strong sense of his own moral compass. Broadcaster Chuck Anderson interviewed Joe Foss in 1996 at the Foss home in Arizona. For this week's Images of the Past, we welcome back Chuck Anderson.
In The Moment ... February 5, 2018 Show 270 Hour 2
During his long career in radio broadcasting, Chuck Anderson recorded and saved more than 500 hours of recorded conversations. The collection is an archive of stories and anecdotes that capture the essence of our state in the voices of its people.