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Rattlesnakes Might Be Changing In Black Hills

Jul 26, 2019

In the summers, many visitors enjoy the Black Hills’ hiking trails and take in the sites. There aren’t many animals in our region that pose a threat to humans. In fact, one of the few species to look-and listen-for are rattlesnakes. However, there may be something about rattlesnakes that’s evolving-but snake experts disagree.  

Many people say when they hear this sound…

 

Rattlesnakes Might Be Changing In Black Hills

Jul 26, 2019

In the summers, many visitors enjoy the Black Hills’ hiking trails and take in the sites. There aren’t many animals in our region that pose a threat to humans. In fact, one of the few species to look-and listen-for are rattlesnakes. However, there may be something about rattlesnakes that’s evolving-but snake experts disagree.  

Many people say when they hear this sound…

 

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In The Moment ... July 27, 2017 Show 143 Hour 1

SDSU Extension held meetings across South Dakota this week, addressing current problems and developing strategies to handle the state's worsening drought. Today, we dive into the issues drought is bringing South Dakotans. Joining us now ... state Climatologist Laura Edwards and Livestock Business Management Field Specialist Heather Gessner.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... June 16, 2017 Show 116 Hour 1

Mat deRiso of Mat D and the Profane Saints joins us on this week’s Moment in Sound with a solo, acoustic performance. We talk about the American highway and the role of heartbreak in songwriting. Find more here: http://www.matdandtheprofanesaints.com/index/

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Earl Brockelsby

This week marks the 100th anniversary of National Parks. We’re kicking off a series of segments on National Parks with the story of a single Badlands cedar tree, loved by one family for generations.

This cedar sits on a point surrounded by steep cliffs in the Badlands National Park.    It resembles a Japanese bonsai. It’s gnarled, twisted, and bent by the relentless wind.