On today's show...
South Dakota's shortage of rural lawyers was front and center at a recent symposium. Legal minds from across the state attended the South Dakota Law Review's annual Symposium on Rural Lawyers.
Trevor Case, editor of the South Dakota Law Review, joins us with a recap of the event.
We discuss how to start exercising and aging gracefully with Kelly Evans-Hullinger, M.D. Her upcoming On Call with the Prairie Doc® episode focuses on making sure you can move.
We hear an encore conversation with author Craig Johnson. He spoke with Lori Walsh last fall about the characters and setting of his Walt Longmire book series. Hear the full interview.
He most recently joined to discuss his newest novel "The Longmire Defense."
We step into a committee hearing with U.S. Senator Mike Rounds. He delivered his opening remarks last week from the crossroads of artificial intelligence and financial services.
It's Teacher Talk. Today, Gina Benz and Jackie Wilbur discuss the importance of setting boundaries in any workplace, including the classroom.