Lori Walsh

SDPB

In The Moment … January 22nd, 2021 Show 976 Hour 2

In Their Own Words

23 hours ago
SDPB

In The Moment … January 22nd, 2021 Show 976 Hour 1

During the opening days of the legislative session, department secretaries meet with legislators during committee session to give an overview of their department, review the past year and discuss legislative plans for the session. The Department of Social Services provides a wide variety of safety net programs for South Dakotans ranging from Medicaid to behavior health concerns and foster care and adoption.

PBS / NPR

In The Moment … January 22nd, 2021 Show 976 Hour 1

This week, as America welcomes a new president, you've been hearing on these airwaves thoughts about the Catholic faith of President Joe Biden.

Guest: Bill Walsh served as a campaign advisor to both Edward Kennedy and to South Dakota's first Catholic governor, Dick Kneip.

Washington Pavilion

In The Moment … January 22nd, 2021 Show 976 Hour 1

This weekend, the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra takes the stage at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls (with COVID precautions in place). The program includes the world premiere of a piece called "Already Yesterday or Still Tomorrow," inspired by the global pandemic. It also features the orchestra's Principal Horn Daniel Kitchens as soloist in Strauss' Horn Concerto No. 2.   Guests: Music director and conductor Delta David Gier, alongside Daniel Kitchens. 

Why Bernie Hunhoff Is Searching For Missing Cycads

Jan 21, 2021
Bernie Hunhoff

In The Moment … January 21st, 2021 Show 975 Hour 2

Cycad fossils were so prevalent in Fall River County a century ago that, in 1922, Fossil Cycad National Monument was declared for a 320-acre section. However, excavation and theft led to the eventual closing of the monument in 1957. Guest: Bernie Hunhoff, Editor-at-Large for South Dakota Magazine. 

Avera Health

In The Moment … January 21st, 2021 Show 975 Hour 2

Avera has answered the increased need for at-home care in various ways, from telehealth to a 24-hour hotline to reduce hospitalizations due to Covid 19.  In 2020, from early April to Mid-November, approximately 3,000 patients were treated through the Avera @Home Covid Care Transition Program.  

Guests: Rhonda Wiering is VP of Clinical Growth & Innovation for Avera@Home. 

Health reporting on SDPB is supported by Monument Health

On the Other Hand With Kevin Woster

Jan 21, 2021
SDPB

In The Moment … January 21st, 2021 Show 975 Hour 1

This week Governor Kristi Noem signed an executive order to merge the state departments of Agriculture and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. It's a controversial merging.  Guest: SDPB's Kevin Woster. Find his column "On the Other Hand" on our website at sdbp.org/woster

   

CSPAN

In The Moment … January 21st, 2021 Show 975 Hour 2

The 2021 Legislative Session is here. We begin with Governor Kristi Noem’s State of the State. Then hear from Tiffany Sanderson, the state's new Secretary of Education. The state's House and Senate minority leaders join us. Plus, we ask how South Dakota Agriculture producers feel about the merger between the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Natural Resources.

2021 Agriculture Advice With Kevin McNew

Jan 14, 2021
Kevin McNew / Farmers Business Network

In The Moment … January 14th, 2021 Show 972 Hour 2

Dry weather in South America and inflated demand from China are creating some welcome opportunities for U.S. farmers.

Guest: Kevin McNew, chief economist for the Farmers Business Network.

 

On Call with the Prairie Doc® Preview

Jan 14, 2021
On Call with the Prairie Doc®

In The Moment … January 14th, 2021 Show 972 Hour 2

Tune in to tonight's On Call with the Prairie Doc® for a show called "When the Heart Speaks." The hose is Dr. Jill Kruse. She's with the Avera Medical Group in Brookings and a member of the Prairie Doc® team of physicians.  You can see the program tonight at 7 p.m. CDT / 6 p.m. MDT. 

 

Health reporting on SDPB is supported by Monument Health

 

In The Moment January 12th, 2021 Show 971 Hour 2

When a mob breached security at the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6, some of the most photographed members of the group were associated with the conspiracy theory QAnon. How are members spurred to violent action, and how can we recognize some of the theories online and in personal conversation?  Guest: Jack Bratich, associate professor of journalism and media studies at Rutgers' School of Communication and Information. 

  

PBS Newshour

We examine the events that led up to the January 6th violent disruption of the democratic process inside the U.S. Capitol building. We'll recap how a mob of pro-Trump extremists breached the barriers of the Capitol and gained access to both chambers of Congress, temporarily interrupting the official Congressional certification of state election results. 

 

Guests 1 (00:00): U.S. Representative Dusty Johnson.

Guests 2 (16:46): Lisa Hager and David Wiltse, professors of political science at South Dakota State University. 

Vitrutal Soil Health Conference

Jan 5, 2021

In The Moment … January 5th, 2021 Show 966 Hour 1

January 6th and 7th, the 5th Annual Soil Health Conference takes place albeit virtually. Breakout sessions, and panel discussions will take place from various featured speakers. Guests: Loran Steinlage, farmer and equipment innovator from West Union Iowa, and Nick Jorgensen, CEO of Jorgensen Land and Cattle 

 

SDPB Previews: On Call With The Prairie Doc®

Dec 17, 2020
On Call with the Prairie Doc®

In The Moment … December 17, 2020 Show 963 Hour 2 People have the ability to look into family history through the use of genetics. Maybe one knows that cancer runs in their family, would they benefit from genetic counseling? On Call with the Prairie Doc® is on SDPB TV Thursday nights at 7 central 6 mountain.  Guest: Dr. Kelly Evans, an internal medicine doctor with the Avera Medical Group a member of the team of Prairie Doc® physicians. 

Health reporting on SDPB is supported by Monument Health

Spending Too Much During The Holidays?

Dec 16, 2020
NRP

In The Moment … December 16, 2020 Show 962 Hour 1

People tend to overspend around Christmas for whatever reason and it ends up costing more, in the end, both financially and emotionally. Are you one of those that impulsively buy during the holiday season? 

Guest: Rick Kahler, wealth advisor and owner of the Kahler Financial Group in Rapid City

You Mail Them Your DNA ... What Really Happens?

Dec 15, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment … December 15, 2020 Show 961 Hour 2

There has been a push to provide your DNA to find out more about your family history. How should we view this invitation, and what really happens to that DNA once it's provided?

Guest: Megan Bell, genetics counselor with Sanford Health

Health reporting on SDPB is supported by Monument Health

FRONTLINE

In The Moment … December 15, 2020 Show 961 Hour 2

Nearly four years in the making, Return from ISIS tells the story of an American mother and her children's journey from Indiana to the heart of the self-declared ISIS caliphate and back. Throughout the documentary, Samantha Elhassani claims she was tricked into taking her children to Syria by her husband, but where her account ends and the truth begins is a gray area.

Guest: Director, writer, and producer Josh Baker, director, writer, and producer

SDPB

In The Moment … December 15, 2020 Show 961 Hour 1

What's it like to reexamine our view of history after removing barriers of racism and bias? And what might a new class of women political leaders might learn from the women who have held power and authority for a thousand years?

Guest: Sally Roesch Wagner, Ph.D., author and scholar

Watch the full interview here.

SDSMT

In The Moment … December 14, 2020 Show 960 Hour 2

Some 65 million years ago, a Tyrannosaurus Rex roamed what is now northwestern South Dakota. Some of its bones are housed at South Dakota Mines. Researchers there hope to one day get all the fossils together and displayed as one.

Guest: Kayleigh Johnson, SDSMT lab manager, and preparator

National Archives

In The Moment … December 7, 2020 Show 955 Hour 1

The Declaration of Independence and America's other founding documents are in the care of the National Archives and Records Administration, but our nation's founding documents are only just the very tip of a very large repository of archived documents and other records.

South Dakota Gives 2020: Hour 1

Dec 1, 2020

In The Moment … December 2, 2020 Show 951 Hour 1

Today's In the Moment program is dedicated to the South Dakota Day of Giving. With assistance from the Numad Group, SDPB’s Lori Walsh is touching base with several organizations throughout the state to know them better and to learn about giving opportunities.

In hour one, you will hear from:

South Dakota Gives 2020: Hour 2

Dec 1, 2020

In The Moment … December 1, 2020 Show 951 Hour 2

Today's In the Moment program is dedicated to the South Dakota Day of Giving. With assistance from the Numad Group, SDPB’s Lori Walsh is touching base with several organizations throughout the state to know them better and to learn about giving opportunities.

In hour two, you will hear from:

Back-to-School 2020 Podcast

Sep 2, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment … September 2, 2020 Show 894 Hour 1

We've spent the last few months trying to understand the issues surrounding "back-to-school" in 2020. In the most recent "In the Moment Podcast," you'll hear the perspectives of South Dakota healthcare professionals, parents, educators, and more.  Today, we take a listen to a summarized version of that podcast. 

 

Support for education reporting on SDPB is provided by the South Dakota Department of Education

"Back to School 2020" in South Dakota

Aug 27, 2020
SDPB

Many say that the safe and effective reopening of schools in South Dakota is critical, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

 

We've has spent the last month trying to understand what back to school in 2020 means. You'll hear from healthcare professionals, parents, educators and more in this In the Moment podcast.

 

Suffrage In South Dakota

Aug 19, 2020
SDPB

During this centennial year of ratification of the 19th Amendment, SDPB is telling the history of suffrage in South Dakota. The right for women’s voices to be heard in the public square and at the ballot box changed nearly every aspect of American life and American history forever. Throughout the year, we’ve welcomed historians and vanguards to talk about the journey to suffrage and its impact right here at home.

Meet (more of) The Candidates: Aug 8 - 14

Aug 14, 2020
SDPB

It's a new week, and time to meet more of the cadidates looking to represent your district in 2020.

Find us on AppleSpotify, and Google Play. Plus, watch interviews from our show on YouTube.

Aug 1 - 7: School Nurses & More Candidates

Aug 7, 2020
SDPB

The Coronavirus pandemic has left Native American reservations with a shortage of supplies, and Schools are moving forward with returning students to the classroom. Plus, we meet some more 2020 candidates.

Rick Kahler:

Aug 6, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment … August 6, 2020 Show 875 Hour 1

As Congress grapples with another stimulus effort, many South Dakotans are just focused on their own bottom line. Money is an emotional topic, even if you're just deciding whether or not to pay someone to clean out your gutters. Lori sat down with Rick Kahler over Zoom recently to talk about the topic. 

You can watch this interview on the In the Moment YouTube chanel.

Meet the Candidates: Brian Gentry

Jul 29, 2020
Brian Gentry

In The Moment … July 29, 2020 Show 869 Hour 1

Brian Gentry is an Independent candidate for the South Dakota Senate in District 35 which lies in Pennington County. Gentry was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. His candidacy is inspired, in part, by former District 35 lawmaker Lynne DiSanto. It embraces some of her conservative values. 

 

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