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Flynn's Holy War, plus seeking poets and voices from the Middle

Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn arrives at federal court in Washington, D.C., on December 18, 2018.
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Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn arrives at federal court in Washington, D.C., on December 18, 2018.

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The search is on for South Dakota’s next poet laureate. People into poem-making and poem-reading are encouraged to apply. We welcome the secretary of the South Dakota State Poetry Society Holly Moseley

We Meet the Candidates for state house and senate for the 2022 election. Donn Larson, a Democrat, is running for state senator in District 16,

President Donald Trump's first national security advisor is the spotlight of the new FRONTLINE film Michael Flynn's Holy War. We speak with AP correspondent Michelle Smith about the documentary.

In the 1930s, Earl Neller and his family embarked on a road trip. With six children in tow, Neller hitchhiked from Sioux Falls to the Black Hills and then to Hebron, North Dakota. Archivist Matthew Reitzel wrote an article about their adventure in the latest South Dakota History journal titled "We were tramps along with the rest of them." He joins Ben Jones on History 605.

The Middle is a new live national call-in show hosted by Jeremy Hobson and produced by Lisa Napoli. SDPB airs the four-part series on Wednesdays October 19. We talk with Hobson about bringing voices from the middle of the nation to a national audience.

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