In The Moment: Back-to-school, money management, and artistic pandemic transformations
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On today's show
The Omicron variant of COVID is impacting children to a greater degree than previous variants, particularly with upper respiratory ailments. As South Dakota kids head back to school, we welcome Superintendent Justin Zajic with the Chamberlain School District to talk about the upcoming semester.
South Dakota ranks among the worst in pay for nursing. Low pay paired with the pandemic fatigue is exacerbating a nursing shortage in South Dakota. SDPB's Lee Strubinger has more.
Helping you achieve financial success by way of a combination of clever financial information and quirky humor is the goal of a new book by Emily Guy Birken & Joe Saul-Sehy, Stacked: Your Super Serious guide to Modern Money Management. The authors join us today with more.
Take A Moment: We preview the upcoming Dakota Life with a story on the life and legacy of Meghan Newsam from Murdo.
We discuss "Shaping Medical Humanities in South Dakota" with Peter Hoesing.
Racing Magpie in Rapid City aims to provide positive community change through consulting and creative space. Peter Strong is its director. He joins us for a look at how the arts organization has transformed during the pandemic.