Paul Higbee

South Dakota Magazine: July/August Issue

Jul 2, 2020
Chris Laughery

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

Doolittle Raider Don Smith

May 13, 2020
Paul Higbee

In The Moment … May 13, 2020 Show 816 Hour 1

A secret bombing mission, a crash-landing, and a bold escape. A new book by South Dakota author Paul Higbee tells the story of Doolittle Raider Don Smith. The High Plains Western Heritage Center in Spearfish is hosting an event with the author, with some important guidelines. Here to preview that event is Paul Higbee. 



In The Moment ... May 20, 2019 Show 579 Hour 1

The new SDPB documentary Leaving Redfield explores the progress from forced segregation of people with intellectual disabilities to a greater focus on all people living meaningful lives.

The program premieres on SDPB-TV on June 10. It looks at the deinstitutionalization of the Redfield Hospital and School from the early 1900's to the current day. Writer Paul Higbee previews the film.

In The Moment ... April 10, 2019 Show 553 Hour 2

Terry Peak was developed with the support of the Bald Mountain Ski Club and the Homestake Gold Mine.

Friday at 12:00 p.m., author Paul Higbee and longtime Terry Peak skier and instructor Bob Morcom are speaking at the Journey Museum and Learning Center in Rapid City as part of the Turtle Soup Lecture Series. Higbee and Morcom present "The Beginnings of Black Hills Downhill Skiing."

Rosebud's Demon

Mar 13, 2019
South Dakota Magazine

In The Moment ... March 13, 2019 Show 534 Hour 1

The 1952 Rosebud blizzard and the flood that followed created conditions as dangerous as any storm in South Dakota history.

As another demon of a storm descends on South Dakota, writer Paul Higbee discusses his feature column "Rosebud's Demon" which appears in the March/April edition of South akota Magazine.

In The Moment ... December 11, 2018 Show 477 Hour 1

In the current issue of South Dakota Magazine, you will find an article about Jim Abdnor. This is written by Paul Higbee. Paul joins us today to tell us more.

In The Moment ... April 3, 2018 Show 307 Hour 1

Believe it or not in 1943 the U.S. military realized that it didn't have the facilities or the personnel to train pilots, navigators & bombardiers. Given that time, one would be led to believe that would be a problem. Today we talk about the CTD program. Terry Neil King and Paul Higbee are In The Moment ...


In The Moment ... August 23, 2107 Show 162 Hour 2

Dakota Political Junkies Seth Tupper (Rapid City Journal reporter) and Jon Hunter (Madison Daily Leader publisher) join us for our weekly round-table conversation about South Dakota politics. Today we talk about self-described “Wingnuts,” non-partisan elections, citizen democracy, and national calls to tear down a presidential statue in Rapid City.

Author Paul Higbee is with us for a look at South Dakota’s “Cowboy Governor” Tom Berry. We talk dustbowls, debt, and Democrats.

In The Moment ... June 6, 2017 Show 108 Hour 2

From Alexander Hamilton's Church in the Hills to a new green space in Rapid City, Paul Higbee covers the territory for the May/June issue of "South Dakota" magazine. Joining us for the conversation is journalist/columnist Paul Higbee.

It's time to shake off the memory of school, lose the remote control under the couch, and launch your family into the great outdoors of South Dakota. Lynn Spomer is a Division Staff Specialist with South Dakota Game Fish & Parks. She joins us to talk about Great Outdoors Month.

"A Quiet Revolution"

Dec 12, 2013

Family, friends, and strangers who had awakenings during the civil rights movement helped fellow citizens with disabilities win independence from impersonal institutional life. Now, 40 years after leaving those institutions, the men and women in A Quiet Revolution will tell their own stories. A Quiet Revolution will feature South Dakotans. This state’s deinstitutionalization movement wasn’t sparked by a care crisis at its facilities, or because of class action lawsuits, as happened some other places.