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  • The Pride of the Dakotas got their 90 seconds in the national spotlight. The South Dakota State University marching band took to the streets of New York Thursday morning in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.Plus, we look at the history of South Dakota’s state song “Hail, South Dakota!” It’s been a staple of marching bands for nearly 100 years.
  • The state Department of Education is hosting a series of public hearings regarding revisions of the K-12 Social Studies standards. The process has become embroiled in controversy, particularly surrounding anything that hints at Critical Race Theory in South Dakota schools. The next meeting is Monday in Sioux Falls.
  • If you're a parent of a young child, you probably already know what RSV is, and you're probably already a little worried about it. The number of South Dakota kids fighting the respiratory virus has increased earlier in the season than usual. Dr. Carl Galloway is Pediatric Hospitalist Medical Director for Sanford Children's Hospital. He joins us now with the facts about RSV and emergency treatment.
  • On Wednesday, the director of the Ness School of Management and Economics at SDSU Joe Santos will talk with the president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve about inflation, the labor market, and the economy and how it relates to the federal reserve. We talk with Joe Santos and preview the conversation.
  • The School–Prison Trust is a new addition to the Forerunners: Ideas First series from the University of Minnesota Press. The book explores the relationships between schools and prisons. We talk with co-authors Sabina Vaught and Brian McKinley Jones Brayboy.
  • With several current board members looking to retire from Central Farmers Cooperative when their terms are up, the full-service agriculture co-op headquartered in Salem decided to try something new.It’s cooperative month in South Dakota. It is an opportunity to focus on a South Dakota cooperative taking a proactive approach to the challenge of getting young farmers to serve on the board of directors.