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Networking for the holidays, plus a SD budget address preview

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On today's show …

We remember Bishop Emeritus Paul Swain. Mark Conzemeius, president of the Catholic Community Foundation for Eastern South Dakota joins us to talk about Swain's lasting impact on the community.

We talk networking and Entrepreneur Boot Camp with SD CEO West Women's Business Center's Michelle Kane. We also discuss Kane's next venture in South Dakota leadership as the new SURF Foundation director in Lead.

Dakota Political Junkies Jon Hunter and Jonathan Ellis join us in our Sioux Falls studio with predictions for the state budget address. We also look at an end to TikTok for state devices and why one lawmaker used oil to mark state property with a holy cross.

For 25 years, the Dakota Life team has brought you stories from every corner of the state. On a special episode of Dakota Life this Thursday, we look back at some highlights from 2022. Brad Van Osdel edited "Dakota Life Detours." He joins us from our Vermillion Studio.

How can Rosebud lead the next seven generations of sustainability? Siċaŋġu Co. aims to improve the financial and social well-being of the community. Siċaŋġu Co was invited to share its story at the United Nations Climate Change Conference or "COP27" in Egypt earlier this month. Food Sovereignty Director Matte Wilson joins us on the phone.

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