The Harley Davidson artist, medical marijuana, and heating costs are on the rise
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On today's show
Heating costs are high in South Dakota and they continue to rise. Bart Pfankuch is with South Dakota News Watch. Today, we take a look into his reporter's notebook to find out more.
Some patients in South Dakota have received their medical marijuana cards but it could be months before they are able to purchase cannabis. SDPB's Lee Strubinger has this story on the state's medical marijuana industry.
Scott Jacobs has made a home in South Dakota as an artist and as a community leader. He was the first official licensed Harley Davidson artist and now holds licenses through organizations such as Chevrolet and Mattel Hot Wheels. He and his wife, Sharon, launched Scott Jacobs Studio (a publishing company) in 2004. They moved to Deadwood in 2016 and opened Jacobs Gallery. He's a household name in photorealism and his artwork has become a family affair and a Black Hills treasure.
We Take A Moment to get to know an artist who brings holiday cheer to store windows in Watertown. Tim Taylor tells his life as a "Christmas Window Painter Guy" in his own words to Lura Roti for SDPB.
COVID has created strange times for many South Dakotans. Kevin Woster joins us to talk about staying isolated from his wife, Mary, inside their home after she tested positive for the virus.
The Old Courthouse Museum Winter Concert Series is a cold-weather tradition. The group Flower and Flame brings their interpretation of A Christmas Carol to the museum on Friday. We talk with Jeff Paul and Darrel Fickbohm about the Dickens tale and how it is received in performances across the state.