A Special Session update, previewing FRONTLINE, and Col. George Larson's new book
South Dakota parents can now bring children ages five to eleven to clinics and pharmacies for COVID vaccinations. Sanford pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Santiago Lopez joins us with thoughts on what parents need to know.
Today, South Dakota legislators gather in Pierre to kick off two special sessions. SDPB's Lee Strubinger reports on redistricting and the process of possibly impeaching South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg.
Billions of dollars is sheltered from tax authorities, creditors, criminal investigators, and the public. We preview a new FRONTLINE investigation regarding what's inside the Pandora Papers and how the South Dakota trust industry intersects with the controversy.
We Take A Moment for a look at the future of rock in South Dakota. Rowan Hibbard of the Rowan Grace Band talks about the band's origin, friendship, and big dreams for the future. Rowan spoke to SDPB's Steve Zwemke at this year's induction into the South Dakota Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
South Dakota helped win WWII. A new book titled Images of Aviation: South Dakota Air National Guard's 114th Fighter Wing chronicles the storied history. Lt. Col George A. Larson, USAF (ret.), joins us to talk about the book. Larson is speaking at the Irene Hall Museum Resource Center in Sioux Falls Sunday, November 14 at 2 p.m.
It's been 40 years since the high school state football championships have existed in South Dakota. On the latest episode of In Play, SDPB's Craig Mattick talks to four of the five Joe Robbie MVP award recipients from that inaugural year. Mattick joins us with a preview.
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