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Case study research can tell us a lot about how to protect ourselves and others from COVID-19. But without a medical or science background, understanding the research and applying it can be challenging. Some architects are trying to help.

Tom Hurlbert is a South Dakota architect. But when he’s trying to explain the benefits of socializing or doing business outdoors during the COVID-19 pandemic, the founding partner of Co-Op Architecture puts on his dad hat.

Dakota Political Junkies

May 20, 2020

In The Moment … May 20, 2020 Show 821 Hour 2

South Dakota Tribes are not budging on their COVID-19 checkpoints. Meanwhile, more and more South Dakota businesses are re-opening. Is it too soon? And could the rate of these re-openings and the current business climate have an impact on local elections? It's good to have the Dakota Political Junkies back for more discussion. Jon Schaff, professor of Political Science at Northern State University in Aberdeen is with us. And Jon Hunter, publisher of the Madison Daily Leader, is back for more!

Reporter Roundtable

Apr 15, 2020

In The Moment ... April 15, 2020 Show 796 Hour 2

Today we bring you a reporter roundtable with SDPB's Lee Strubinger and the Argus Leader's Megan Raposa. We're going to look at the cities of Sioux Falls, home to the largest COVID-19 outbreak and Rapid City, where the mayor has placed stricter restrictions on businesses. 

Adria Botella

In The Moment ... April 3, 2019 Show 548 Hour 1

From start-ups to stand-bys ...and boutiques to Nerdy Nuts and peculiarities, South Dakota has a lot of interesting businesses. A few of them are featured in the April edition of 605 Magazine.

Alana Snyder, publisher of 605 Magazine, talks about some of the businesses featured in the new issue.

Art Alley Moves To Permit System

Mar 23, 2016

Rapid City’s Art Alley is known as a place of free form expression.  Graffiti artists are allowed to paint on the walls of the alley between 6th and 7th streets in the middle of downtown.

But some building owners in the alley have complained and some even called for the alley to be closed to altogether.  In a compromise a new permit system is being set up for artists who want to show off their work in the alley.