Linda Daugaard

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... January 31, 2019 Show 506 Hour 1

"Civility came easy for Dennis Daugaard," writes Kevin Woster in his latest On the Other Hand blog entry.

Woster tells the story of a family life that formed Daugaard - the man and the public figure.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... January 3, 2019 Show 487 Hour 1

SDPB's Kevin Woster joins us for a conversation about the statewide influence of South Dakota First Lady Linda Daugaard, especially regarding reducing South Dakota's infant mortality. Click here to read Woster's blog.

In The Moment ... May 14, 2018 Show 336 Hour 1

Nearly half of the nation's youth report having experienced at least one traumatic event.

South Dakota First Lady Linda Daugaard recently participated in a national town hall on helping children who experience trauma. She took the stage to talk about efforts in the state to recruit foster parents and promote trauma-informed care. She also received a recognition award from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for her work in the state.
 

In the Moment ... April 5, 2018 Show  308 Hour 1

South Dakota's First Lady Linda Daugaard was scheduled to speak at Black Hills State University as part of the Presidential Lecture Series. Her talk was postponed due to inclement weather, but we welcomed her to In the Moment for a look back at her time as First Lady.

In The Moment ... January 26, 2018 Show 264 Hour 1

First Lady Linda Daugaard joins us for a look at infant mortality rates in South Dakota and the work that continues to be done to save the lives of babies in the state.

Courtesy of SD Governor's Office

It was a big day for literacy in Rapid City on Tuesday, Sept. 27. Children had the opportunity to hear First Lady Linda Daugaard read stories, and third graders got to meet children's author Jennifer Richard Jacobson.

Both women say engaging children early in reading and writing leads to an understanding of the power of communication.

SDPB's Victoria Wicks went to the Dahl Arts Center to talks with Daugaard. She then crossed the street to the Rapid City Public Library to find Jacobson, who gave an evening talk there to the general public.