The financial wisdom of Scrooge, and 40 years in healthcare administration
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On today's show
Land acquisition for Good Earth State Park finds the South Dakota Department of Game Fish and Parks hosting two open house meetings to gather public input on recreational development for Spring Creek Country Club. Al Nedved is deputy state parks director, he joins us with more.
After 40 years in healthcare administration, Randy Bury is retiring. Bury is president and CEO of the Good Samaritan Society. I talked with Bury yesterday about the challenges and opportunities of merging longterm care and skilled nursing facilities with the Sanford Health system.
Perhaps no one in literature is more recognized for changing his relationship with money than Ebenezer Scrooge. We meet the ghosts of financial trauma and the hope of financial literacy in this conversation with wealth advisor and financial therapist Rick Kahler.
We Take a Moment for South Dakota History. On this day, 86 years ago, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe ratified their constitution and bylaws. We explore highlights from the journey from assimilation to self-governance.
Planted as a 1-foot-tall seedling, on average a live Christmas tree will spend its first six or seven years on a farm before it's cut to be sold and decorated during the holiday season. SDPB's Lura Roti visits with the owners of Tannenbaum Tree Farm near Lennox South Dakota.
Stories of the past, joyous music, and a new acquaintance may be all Laura Ingalls needs to lift her spirits. Laura's Little Christmas on the Prairie is a play written by Adam Rudebusch, he joins us today ahead of this weekend's live-stream.