Noem vs Haugaard, and the potential Russian invasion of Ukraine
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On today's show
U.S. intelligence sources are warning a Russian invasion of Ukraine may be imminent. Tim Schorn, Ph.D., is the director of international studies and associate professor of political science at the University of South Dakota. He joins us for insight into potential military action.
It's estimated that 80% of people will experience back pain of some kind. This type of body pain can be a direct result of a multitude of things. Where should a physician start when seeing patients experiencing this? Deb Johnston, MD is a member of the On Call with the Prairie Doc® team.
Dakota Political Junkies: Tom Dempster, a former South Dakota state senator, joins us with an analysis on the legislative session and early indications of the tone of the primary battle for governor between incumbent Kristi Noem and challenger Steven Haugaard.
Take A Moment: The 50th anniversary of the Black Hills flood on June 9th is a time to honor the 238 lives lost. It also brings a flood of memories for survivors. Some of those survivors are telling their stories to SDPB’s Seth Tupper. This week, we hear from Robbie Corner.
Today, the South Dakota Humanities Council kicks off a year of celebration for their 50-year anniversary. We welcome Executive Director Ann Volin and Jennifer Widman, director the South Dakota Center for the Book.
On February 4, the Japanese film Drive My Car played to a packed house at the Sioux Falls State Theatre. This three-hour, foreign language film is not the sort of movie you’d expect to fill seats. In a landscape dominated by superhero blockbusters, sequels, and reboots a market still seems to exist for smaller arthouse films like Drive my Car. Now, the movie has been nominated for four academy awards, including best picture. Another academy award-nominated film, the Norwegian dramady The Worst Person in the World will play at the State Theatre later this month. State Theatre Executive Director Allison Weiland joins us with more.