In The Moment: Segments

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Welcome to the In The Moment Segments. Here is where you can find all invidual segments from our radio program.

In the Moment is SDPB’s daily news and culture magazine program. We have a deeply rooted sense of place, and that place is South Dakota. In the Moment features authentic conversations with news makers, scholars, artists, and everyday South Dakotans. We bring you world-class radio storytelling featuring the highest journalistic integrity. We tell true stories of our state and true stories of people who are doing something or creating something for a reason. We tell these stories with intelligence, fairness, compassion and imagination. We bring our listeners into the conversations and keep them In the Moment.

Keep up with Lori Walsh by reading her "In the Margins" blog at www.sdpb.org/margins.

Be sure to check out the In The Moment podcast wherever you find your podcasts.

For more information, you can contact the In The Moment team at 800-456-0766

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In The Moment .. September 17, 2019 Show 660 Hour 1

Great entrepreneurs have the ability to change the way we live and work. If successful, their innovations may improve standards of living, and in addition to creating wealth with ventures, they also create jobs and contribute to our economy. 

Saturday's BIG Event

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Josh Haiar

In The Moment .. September 17, 2019 Show 660 Hour 1

The BIG Event takes place in Sioux Falls this Saturday from 10 to 1 at the Ramkota Convention Center. BIG stands for Believe In Girls. It's a chance for girls and their families to explore science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in a fun and interesting way. And, if you're not a Girl Scout, no problem! Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons welcomes all girls to see everything that Girl Scouts has to offer. 

Tim Schorn On Iran

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Chris Laughery

In The Moment .. September 17, 2019 Show 660 Hour 1

Tehran says no direct negotiations with the U.S. are on the table. President Trump stops short of directly blaming Iran for a major attack on Saudi Arabian oil installations. 

Josh Haiar

In The Moment .. September 17, 2019 Show 660 Hour 2

When House Bill 1175 died in the last legislative session in Pierre, the Sioux Falls Argus Leader followed with a harshly worded editorial. HB 1175 would have created an Early Learning Advisory Council.

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment .. September 17, 2019 Show 660 Hour 2

Rick Kahler has been helping people with their finances for decades. As part of In The Moment's ongoing financial therapy conversations, Kahler joins today to talk about roadblocks to change. Because once we get past the barriers, then we can really make a difference for our financial futures. 

Kahler has written several financial therapy books including Wired for Wealth. He's founder of Kahler Financial Group in Rapid City.

South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum, Brookings

In The Moment ... September 16, 2019 Show 659 Hour 2

Halvor Solberg developed the curriculum for the mechanical engineering department at South Dakota State University in Brookings. During his 4 decade tenure at SDSU he not only taught classes, he also designed the building that now bears his name on campus. 

Gwen McCausland is the director of the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum in Brookings and joins us today for Images of the Past with more on Halvor Solberg.

Josh Haiar

In The Moment ... September 16, 2019 Show 659 Hour 2

In February, the South Dakota Legislature killed a bill that would have established a committee to study South Dakota's pre-kindergarten programs.

Lee Strubinger

In The Moment ... September 16, 2019 Show 659 Hour 1

The countryside of Mongolia displays extensive diversity ranging from the arid Gobi regions to the glacial Khangai Mountains.

Tomorrow evening, Dr. Scott Kenner, head of the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, will discuss his research on the rivers and mountains of Mongolia in a STEAM Cafe presentation at 6 p.m. at Hay Camp Brewing in Rapid City. Dr. Kenner joins us now from the Black Hills Surgical Hospital Studio with a preview.

 

Lee Strubinger

In The Moment ... September 16, 2019 Show 659 Hour 1

Earlier this morning, the Numad Group welcomed Stephen M. Ryan to The Garage for The Morning Fill Up.

Poetry from Studio 47: Charles Harper Webb

Sep 13, 2019
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In The Moment ... September 13, 2019 Show 658 Hour 1

On Fridays, Patrick Hicks brings Poetry from Studio 47. Today's featured poet is Charles Harper Webb.

Geoff Gunderson

Sep 13, 2019
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In The Moment ... September 13, 2019 Show 658 Hour 1

Geoff Gunderson has been a fixture of the Sioux Falls music scene for close to four decades. A member of the popular rock band Wakefield and more recently with Jukebox Zeroes, Geoff Gunderson plays a wide variety of music as a solo artist. He performs classical and fingerstyle arrangements of popular songs to a mixture of pop, rock, blues, and jazz.

Rebuild the Heartland

Sep 13, 2019
Rebuild The Heartland

In The Moment ... September 13, 2019 Show 658 Hour 1

When floodwaters rise, neighbors rise to the occasion. 

Avoiding Scammers After The Storm

Sep 13, 2019
BBB

In The Moment ... September 13, 2019 Show 658 Hour 1

Natural disasters like tornadoes and floods can bring out the best in people. Unfortunately, crises also inspire people who choose to take advantage of others. 

Jessie Schmidt is the South Dakota State Director of Better Business Bureau, Inc. She is joining us today to discuss why the Better Business Bureau recommends that homeowners, businesses and donors start their search with BBB.   

East Of Westreville Perform On Classic Guitars

Sep 13, 2019
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In The Moment ... September 11, 2019 Show 656 Hour 1

Johnny Cash's 1971 Martin D-28 and June Carter Cash's 1967 Gibson Hummingbird guitars made beautiful music in the hands of East of Westreville's Boyd Bristow and Brian Bonde Tuesday night in SDPB's Leo P. Flynn Gallery, along with Kaiya Bonde's commanding vocals and Al Slaathaug on upright bass.

The standing-room-only event served as a preview to Ken Burns' new documentary series, Country Music, which premieres Sunday at 7:00 p.m. Central on SDPB-TV. It's the first of an eight-night, 16 part series.

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In The Moment ... September 12, 2019 Show 657 Hour 2

More rain means more flooding in South Dakota. National Weather Service hydrologist Mike Gillispie joins In The Moment with an update.

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In The Moment ... September 12, 2019 Show 657 Hour 1

S.D. Nelson and Gregory Bryan are at the South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings tonight (Thursday) for a closing reception of exhibits that have highlighted Nelson's work and work of artist and illustrator Paul Goble.

Nelson's exhibit is the first time the Lakota artist's works have been on display at the South Dakota Art Museum.

Bryan is the renowned biographer of Paul Goble. Bryan is co-curator of the current Goble exhibit.

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In The Moment ... September 12, 2019 Show 657 Hour 1

Dr. Amanda McKinney speaks around the world at conferences about how plant-based eating reduces the risk of chronic diseases like heart attack, stroke, Alzheimer's and cancer.

McKinney is the founder of the Institute for Human and Planetary Health.

Alison Gerrish is a Physician Assistant in Watertown. She maages the Plant Based Nutrition of South Dakota Facebook group.

In The Moment ... September 12, 2019 Show 657 Hour 2

Have we moved beyond the days when facts matter? Lee Hartley Carter's new book, Persuasion: Convincing Others When Facts Don't Seem to Matter, is about persuading people to change their minds ... whether you want their vote, their allegiance, or simply their help with the dishes.

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In The Moment ... September 11, 2019 Show 656 Hour 2

The National Weather Service in Sioux Falls has confirmed an F2 tornado for the area of 41st and Kiwanis. Meanwhile, Governor Kristi Noem is hardening her stance against industrial hemp in South Dakota.

Dakota Political Junkies Jonathan Ellis of the Sioux Falls Argus Leader and Jon Hunter of the Madison Daily Leader join for the weekly discussion.

Prairie Family Business Association

In The Moment ... September 11, 2019 Show 656 Hour 2

A familiar face returns to the Prairie Family Business Association in the role of executive director. Stephanie Larscheid is returning to the position she previously held from 2015-18 before she accepted an appointment from Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds to serve on the Empowering Rural Iowa Task Force.

Stephanie Larscheid explains what the Prairie Family Business Association, an outreach program of the Beacom School of Business at the University of South Dakota, does.

SDSU Extension

In The Moment ... September 11, 2019 Show 656 Hour 1

The South Dakota Farm & Ranch Stress Summit provides mental health training and suicide prevention while offering tools for counselors, agri-businesspeople, and community members on how to recognize and aid those in the ag community who are experiencing chronic stress.

The Summit takes place on September 23-25 at the Arrowwood Cedar Shore Resort & Conference Center in Oacoma. Krista Ehlert, Assistant Professor and Extension Range State Specialist with South Dakota State University, provides details.

In The Moment ... September 11, 2019 Show 656 Hour 1

Hungry Jackets is the topic of tomorrow's Geek Speak lecture on the campus of Black Hills State University in Spearfish. Dr. Trenton Ellis, assistant professor of human services, speaks on food insecurity on campus. What does that mean for BHSU?

Dr. Ellis presents his Geek Speak lecture on Thursday at 4:00 p.m. in Jonas Hall, room 110 in Spearfish.

City Leaders Discuss The Response To The Tornado

Sep 11, 2019
SDPB

A powerful storm that hit Sioux Falls leaves many buildings damaged and destroyed, but appears to have resulted in zero deaths or serious injuries.

 

During a press conference, City leaders discuss the response to the tornado in Sioux Falls.

 

Todd Heitkamp, Meteorologist in Charge with National Weather Service Sioux Falls, calls the storm a "nightmarish situation,” and Avera Heart Health Hospital CEO Mick Gibbs says it’s, “the worst tornado I’ve seen.” 

 

To listen to the full conference, click the audio link below.

 

 

Mindfulness Through Writing

Sep 10, 2019
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In The Moment ... September 10, 2019 Show 655 Hour 1

An adjunct instructor in counseling and psychological education at the University of South Dakota, Kaiya Asorge has always loved to write.

This Saturday from 1:00 t0 3:00 p.m., Ansorge will introduce people to the practice of mindfulness through writing at the Prairie West Branch Library in Sioux Falls.

Vaping-Related Acute Respiratory Illness

Sep 10, 2019
SDPB

In the Moment ... September 10, 2019 Show 655 Hour 1 

South Dakota has joined more than 30 other states in seeing vaping-related acute respiratory illness. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises Americans to forgo vaping during an ongoing investigation into an epidemic of e-cigarette related illness. 

Dr. Dan Heinemann of Sanford Health provides insight.        

Suicide Prevention

Sep 10, 2019
SDSP

In the Moment ... September 10, 2019 Show 655 Hour 2

Research shows that the suicide rate in the ag industry is five times higher than the national average. Among the reasons: worries about income, social isolation, and the ever-present stigma related to seeking mental health services. 

FRONTLINE's "Flint's Deadly Water"

Sep 10, 2019
FRONTLINE

In the Moment ... September 10, 2019 Show 655 Hour 2 

When the state of Michigan switched Flint's water supply in 2014, Matt McFarland, operations supervisor at Flint's water treatment plant, warned others that the water was not safe to drink and that people would die.

FRONTLINE's "Flint's Deadly Water" premieres tonight at 9 p.m. Central on SDPB-TV and online at pbs.org/frontline. Joining us is the film's director Abby Ellis.  

Finding Your Place in College

Sep 10, 2019
University of South Dakota

In the Moment ... September 10, 2019 Show 654 Hour 2

Do you remember your first year of college? Were you nervous? Did you get homesick? Did you struggle to make friends - or maybe hang out in your dorm room too much? And what about your classes? Were you able to keep up your studies and your grades?

Bill Groethe Enters The SD Hall Of Fame

Sep 10, 2019
SD Hall Of Fame

Bill Groethe will soon take his place in the South Dakota Hall of Fame for his work in historical photography. The award comes from a nonprofit that recognizes a culture of excellence in the state.

 His images include the construction of Mt. Rushmore and notable Native Americans like Nicholas Black Elk. The photographer sometimes didn't get paid to document events and people, but he did make a living with commercial photography and film processing.  

Groethe tells SDPB's Chynna Lockett about the moments that caught his lens.

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In the Moment ... September 9, 2019 Show 654 Hour 2

Scyller Borglum is a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Senator Mike Rounds. The focus of her campaign is on rural education, the national debt, term limits, and attracting foreign business.

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