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In The Moment … September 15, 2020 Show 902 Hour 1

The new B-21 Bombers mean new growth and a new mission for Ellsworth Air Force Base. The current issue of South Dakota Magazine takes you to the town of Box Elder for a look at how the town has grown and changed from its early days as a railroad stop to a thriving community on the cusp of more change. Paul Higbee and Bernie Hunhoff join us today with more.

South Dakota Magazine: July/August Issue

Jul 2, 2020
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In The Moment … July 2, 2020 Show 851 Hour 2

"The World Could Learn Some Lessons From Us"

Apr 28, 2020
South Dakota Magazine

In The Moment ... April 28, 2020 Show 805 Hour 2

"The world could learn some lessons from us," says the cover of of South Dakota Magazine. That statement teases the feature article "South Dakota Strong."  In writing "South Dakota Strong" and through visiting with some of our state's foreign-born residents, Bernie Hunhoff explains how South Dakota's strengths go far beyond the obvious.  Bernie Hunhoff is editor at large for South Dakota Magazine and Katie Hunhoff is editor and publisher.

South Dakota Magazine

Jan 6, 2020
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In The Moment ... January 6, 2020 Show 727 Hour 1 While driving across the state, you may have noticed something strange about some of South Dakota's barns, the're round. You can read all about this in the latest issue of South Dakota Magazine. Managing editor John Andrews joins us today to elaborate and tell us more about the January/February edition out now. 

"Parked In South Dakota"

Jan 28, 2013
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The latest issue of South Dakota Magazine features "Parked in South Dakota" as its cover story.  South Dakota Magazine visited with  old car lovers all over the state who told the story behind their historic cars.  Katie Hunhoff, managing editor of South Dakota Magazine, and Joe Floyd of Sioux Falls, who owns several historic automobiles, joined Karl Gehrke on Monday.  Floyd talked about the history of his 1936 Ford Cabriolet.

National Geographic Photographer

Dec 6, 2012

Photographer Joe Riis, a South Dakota native, was the youngest photographer to ever work for National Geographic when he was 26.  He has traveled the world to capture images of some of the rarest animals.  Riis received an Emmy in 2011 for his pronghorn cinematography of the National Geographic Migration series.  Riis speaks Thursday night at Black Hills State University in Spearfish.  To see his work, go to www.joeriis.com.

Writer Adrian Ludens

Oct 31, 2012

Adrian Ludens, he’s the author of the new book “Bedtime Stories for Carrion Beetles.” In this debut collection of dark short fiction, Adrian Ludens has revised nineteen of his favorite previously published stories. A horde of insects invade one unfortunate man's stomach and make it their home, a blind woman guards a cavern full of Civil War-era zombies, and a troubled teen digs up her father's corpse, hoping to get some closure.

SD Bachelor of the Year

Oct 4, 2012

Cosmopolitan magazine recently released its Bachelor of the Year 2012 finalists, one from each state, with Newley Kartak, a BHSU admissions counselor, voted as South Dakota’s bachelor of the year.  Originally from Colome, S.D., Kartak graduated from BHSU last May with a degree in communication arts and business administration. In 2010, Kartak was named BHSU homecoming king.  As a student, Kartak was also active in the BHSU track and field and rodeo teams. He is now vying for Cosmo’s top honor of Bachelor of the Year 2012 along with $10,000. The contest ends Thursday, Oct. 18 at 6 a.m. EST.