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Forest management, a special session preview, and feeling 'burnt out'

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Tornado in an American Forest, 1831 (Thomas Cole, American, 1801 - 1848)

In the Moment is SDPB’s daily news and arts program.

How long before we see more sawmill closures in the Black Hills? U.S. Senator John Thune says it might be as soon as January. We talk with the senator about the reduction in timber targets in the Black Hills National Forest and his hopes for increasing the supply.

Lawmakers convene for a special legislative session next week in Pierre. SDPB's Lee Strubinger previews the redistricting agenda. We also preview how considering impeachment of South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg will proceed.

We get it — South Dakota workers are tired. Psychologist Emilia Flint joins us to talk about record numbers of people reporting depression, anxiety, and the feeling of being "burnt out." We explore what we have control of, what we can't control, and how to survive "The Great Resignation."

South Dakota rancher Morris Jones talks about his uncle Baxter Berry and his life on the ranch in western South Dakota.

For journalist Tim Giago, "retirement" means still banging away at the keyboard. Kevin Woster talks about Giago's career and where South Dakota's top news stories brought the two men together.

Dakota Life heads to Mobridge. SDPB's Larry Rohrer joins us with a preview of tonight's program.

In the Moment airs live at 12CT/11MT. The audio from the day's show is attached soon after the show airs.

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