Managing your finances during uncertain times
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On today's show
The FDA says people who received a dose of Evusheld should get a second dose as soon as possible. The monoclonal antibody treatment received emergency use authorization to prevent against COVID-19. How big is the impact in South Dakota? Dr. Joshua Crabtree is senior vice president of clinical operations at Sanford Health and joins us now for our weekly COVID-19 update.
Governor Kristi Noem’s push to ban abortions after six weeks of pregnancy had the support of prominent national anti-abortion groups. But the proposal lacked support from a key organization that has held sway over state abortion policy for years. And that helps explain the bill’s failure. SDPB’s Lee Strubinger has this report.
You've heard of couple's therapy...and you've heard of financial planning...but when and why should the two meet? Rick Kahler is a wealth advisor, financial therapist, and has co-authored several books around money. He's also president of the Kahler Financial Group in Rapid City.
The rodeo is engrained in South Dakota history. Since the 1800s, professional cowboys, ranch hands, and common folk have tried their luck riding, roping, and wresting horses and cattle. We take a moment to learn more about rodeo, and how it became South Dakota's official state sport.
Some of South Dakota’s first permanent white settlements were established along the Missouri River after the Yankton Sioux ceded the land to the U.S. Government in 1858. On today’s “Images of the Past,” we’ll have a look at the early history of Bon Homme county, which today includes the towns Tyndall, Tabor, Scotland and Springfield. Robert Foley, Secretary/Treasurer of the Bon Homme Heritage Association, which operates the Memorial Church Museum in Tyndall joins us now by phone.
Marty Two Bulls Jr. is an artist and educator based in Rapid City, SD. He is an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe and was named a 2022 United States Artist Fellow, which comes with a $50,000 award of unrestricted funds. He is currently a 2024 MFA candidate at the Bard College and teaches at the Oglala Lakota College.