Hospitals urge public to mitigate COVID, and how to ask for financial help
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On today's show
Avera Health and Sanford Health banded together to urge policy makers and members of the public to increase COVID mitigation practices as cases surge and healthcare workers buckle under the strain. Dr. Joshua Crabtree with Sanford Health joins us for a South Dakota COVID update.
Governor Kristi Noem is introducing bills to limit abortion in South Dakota as the entire country waits to see whether the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn the constitutional right to have an abortion. SDPB's Arielle Zionts joins us today from SDPB's Black Hills Surgical Hospital Studio in Rapid City.
Finding yourself financially stuck is common and normal. Getting yourself out is as simple as reaching out and asking for help. Guiding us today is wealth advisor and financial therapist Rick Kahler from the Kahler Financial Group in Rapid City.
On this day more than a century ago, the Right Reverend Thomas O'Gorman was named bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls. Today we take a moment to get to remember his journey and his impact on South Dakota Catholics today.
In today's Images of the Past, we go back to 1922. Specifically about an incident at the state penitentiary where 4 inmates grabbed the warden and the deputy warden and ran off. SDPB's Brian Gevik join us with more.
The theatre production "Men on Boats" is set to open January 28th at the Black Hills Community Theater in Rapid City. A cast of women and gender-nonconforming people take the stage in this comedy where underrepresented people tell the story. Co-director Joanna Lawler joins us to talk about the cultural relevance of this satire of male conquest and western expansion.