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Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... October 23, 2019 Show 685 Hour 2

The topic of Wednesday's Where Do We Go From Here? with Chuck Parkinson is "Change at the Speed of Trust: Exploring Relationships Between Native and Non-Native Communities One Heart at a Time." Parkinson is joined by representatives from the Mniluzahan Okolakichiyapi Ambassadors.

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In The Moment ... September 25, 2019 Show 666 Hour 2

Each month, Chuck Parkinson hosts Where Do We Go From Here from the South Dakota Community Foundation Gallery in Rapid City. Today's episode explores how Black Hills colleges are partnering to enhance opportunities.

Ann Bolman, President of Western Dakota Tech, joins Parkinson on In The Moment for a preview. 

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In The Moment ... August 28, 2019 Show 647 Hour 2

Suzan Nolan and Dorothy "Rowdy" Brewick join host Chuck Parkinson for a preview of today's Where Do We Go From Here? The panel examines the challenges women face and how gender equality and equity impact health, welfare and the quality of life in our communities.

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In The Moment ... July 24, 2019 Show 622 Hour 2

When social problems threaten to overwhelm how can a community pull together to make life better close to home? Rapid City Collective Impact seeks to connect, collaborate, and create a more compassionate community.

Chuck Parkinson hosts "Where Do We Go From Here?" from the SDPB studios in Rapid City. Today's program looks at the work of the Rapid City Collective Impact.

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In The Moment ... June 26, 2019 Show 604 Hour 2

Each month Chuck Parkinson hosts Where Do We Go From Here. Today’s discussion is with mayor Steve Allender. This discussion is centered around his priorities and vision for Rapid City.  Chuck Parkinson joins us now with a preview along with Mayor Steve Allender.

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In The Moment ... June 19, 2019 Show 599 Hour 2

Chuck Parkinson hosts Where Do We Go From Here? The program, based at SDPB's Rapid City studios, welcomes Patrick Gainey, a social studies teacher at Spearfish High School. The topic is "Cultivating Responsible Citiizenship One School At a Time."

In The Moment ... April 24, 2019 Show 561 Hour 2

What do we need to know about water in the Black Hills? What do we need to do to care for our water resources now and in the future? That's the focus of Wednesday's Where Do We Go From Here? hosted by Chuck Parkinson at SDPB's Rapid City studio and live at SD.Net.

Parkinson is joined by Kyle White, director of the Oglala Sioux Tribe Rescources Regulatory Agency.

In The Moment ... March 27, 2019 Show 544 Hour 2

The Voices in Democracy conversation continues with Chuck Parkinson, host of Where Do We Got From Here? His guest is Peri Pourier, a Representative from Disrict 27.

  Reporting on politics and public policy is supported by The Center for Western Studies at Augustana University

In The Moment ... February 27, 2019 Show 524 Hour 2

Chuck Parkinson is the host of Where Do We Go From Here. Today is part 2 of a 3 part series called Voices in Democracy: How South Dakotans enage, empower and enhance the democratic process. One of his panelists is Cliff Pluimer, he's a student at South Dakota School of Mines. The focus of today's show is Planting Seeds for the Future. They both join the show today with a preview.

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... January 23, 2019 Show 500 Hour 2

Each month in downtown Rapid City, Chuck Parkinson hosts Where Do We Go From Here?. This month he brings you part 2 of Voices in Democracy:  How South Dakotans engage, empower and enhance the democratic process. He and Karen Hall are with us today with this preview.

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In The Moment ... December 17, 2018 Show 481 Hour 1

Chuck Parkinson is the host of Where Do We Go From Here on SDPB. This month his panel was a group of female freshman legislators. SDPB's Lee Strubinger has this recap.

Lee Strubinger

In The Moment ... December 12, 2018 Show 478 Hour 2

Chuck Parkinson is the host of Where Do We Go From Here. Today he talks with a few newly elected state legislators. First he joins Scyller Borglum in our Rapid City studio with a preview. Scyller will represent district 32.

In The Moment ... October 17. 2018 Show 443 Hour 2

Chuck Parkinson, host of “Where Do We Go From Here?” and Nathan Venner, part-owner & Brew Master of the Spearfish Brewing Company, examine how the "return of the Public House" is impacting the region.

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... September 19, 2018 Show 425 Hour 2

Chuck Parkinson joined In the Moment from Rapid City for a preview of his monthly program, Where Do We Go From Here? 

Today's topic was Women in Public Service - How are women in government impacting public policy? 

In The Moment ... August 15, 2018 Show 401 Hour 2

Chuck Parkinson joined In The Moment with a preview of this month's Where Do We Go From Here. 

This month's edition includes a larger and younger panel. It is titled "Voices of the Future Now: Listening to the Next Generation." 

Adria Botella

In The Moment ... July 25, 2018 Show 386 Hour 2

Chuck Parkinson joined today's In The Moment show with a preview of this month's Where Do We Go From Here.

He directs a discussion about Democracy and the role of the informed citizen, coordinating with the SDHC and One Book SD exploring "infoliteracy".

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... June 20, 2018 Show 362 Hour 2

Chuck Parkinson joins the show with a preview of this month's Where Do We Go From Here. The topic is Getting proactive on mental health in western South Dakota -- new ideas and next steps.

From the Black Hills Studio is Chuck Parkinson and Dr. Stephen Manlove - with the Manlove Psychiatric Group.

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... May 16, 2018 Show 338 Hour 2

As the world turns its gaze to turmoil and death in Jerusalem, SDPB's "Where Do We Go From Here?" hosts a community conversation at the Black Hills Studio.

Today's topic is "The Middle East, Tolerance & Why It Matters in Rapid City."

You can join the audience today at Noon Mountain. Or follow along online on SDPB's Facebook page.  It's hosted by Chuck Parkinson.
 

How do we create communities where our children grow up to live and innovate close to home?

We bring you a special In the Moment. We break down the numbers behind generational migration. We probe the outer reaches of the battle against Brain Drain. We ask the questions: Who are we and Who are we becoming?

This hour we meet educators and innovators, business leaders, policy makers, and advocates.

South Dakota The Next Generation

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Apr 18, 2018
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In The Moment ... April 18, 2018 Show 318 Hour 2 

When we look at the future of the Black Hills, how can we balance economic development and environmental integrity?

"Where Do We Go From Here?" host Chuck Parkinson and Rick Bell preview today's program at SDPB's Black Hills studio in Rapid City.

Today's topic: "Black Hills Resources: Addressing Economic Viability and Environmental Integrity"
 

In The Moment ... March 21, 2018 Show 301 Hour 2 

Head down to SDPB's Black Hills Bureau for this month's "Where Do We Go From Here?"

You can tune in to the live video webcast and Facebook live at 1 p.m. Central and Noon Mountain time.

The topic this month: Planning for the Future - Rapid City and the Black Hills in 20 years.

We welcome Chuck Parkinson and Kay Jorgenson for a preview.

In The Moment ... March 19, 2018 Show 299 Hour 2 

Initiative and Referendum give the ability for citizens of South Dakota to initiate a law or have an act of the legislature referred for a vote. The process has been part of our state for more than a hundred years.

The 2018 legislature considered more than a dozen bills seeking to modify various aspects of the initiative and referendum process. The topic was the subject of a recent "Where do we go from here" forum in Rapid City and SDPB's Larry Rohrer has this summary.

In The Moment ... January 24, 2018 Show 262 Hour 2

"Where Do We Go From Here" is a new program that takes place at SDPB's Black Hills Bureau in Rapid City. The goal is to foster thoughtful discussions on significant,  and sometimes contentious, topics of interest.

Kent Osborne / SDPB

In November, South Dakota voters will get the chance to decide whether or not to support a measure that would create a non-partisan primary system.

Supporters say it increases democracy, while opponents say it reduces transparency.

Amendment V is neither a Republican nor a Democrat backed issue. State Republicans decided to oppose the constitutional amendment at their state convention, and state Democrats neither support nor oppose the measure.