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On The Other Hand With Kevin Woster

May 21, 2020
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In The Moment … May 21, 2020 Show 822 Hour 1

From the anticipation and frustration of fireworks and a presidential visit to the pleasures of hunting for turkeys without a gun, Kevin Woster writes about life in South Dakota for SDPB. You kind find his work on our website at sdpb.org. He joins us today to talk about yaks, jacks, and jennies. And maybe a little politics as well.  

SDPB News: May 20

May 20, 2020
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The SDPB News Podcast is where we bring you South Dakota's top news and politics headlines from the past 24 hours.

Each day, SDPB's journalism team works to bring you pertinent news coverage. We then compile those stories into one neatly formatted daily podcast so that you can stay informed. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify today.

Dakota Political Junkies

May 20, 2020
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In The Moment … May 20, 2020 Show 821 Hour 2

South Dakota Tribes are not budging on their COVID-19 checkpoints. Meanwhile, more and more South Dakota businesses are re-opening. Is it too soon? And could the rate of these re-openings and the current business climate have an impact on local elections? It's good to have the Dakota Political Junkies back for more discussion. Jon Schaff, professor of Political Science at Northern State University in Aberdeen is with us. And Jon Hunter, publisher of the Madison Daily Leader, is back for more!

David O'Hara

May 20, 2020
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In The Moment … May 20, 2020 Show 821 Hour 1

From urban fox watching to a decline in carbon emissions to an increase in plastic waste, 2020 is becoming a year to rethink how we live our lives and how the planet responds. It's a conversation that risks being sidelined once economies start churning again, but for those ready to reexamine and reimagine what humans are capable of, a new major at Augustana University opens the door.  David O'Hara is the director of sustainability at Augie. He joins us for a look at their new Environmental Studies program.  

Eliza Blue's New Book, "Accidental Rancher"

May 20, 2020

In The Moment … May 20, 2020 Show 821 Hour 1

SDPB News: May 19

May 19, 2020
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The SDPB News Podcast is where we bring you South Dakota's top news and politics headlines from the past 24 hours.

Each day, SDPB's journalism team works to bring you pertinent news coverage. We then compile those stories into one neatly formatted daily podcast so that you can stay informed. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify today.

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In The Moment … May 19, 2020 Show 820 Hour 2

As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage this summer, we will look at the women of the past who lead us to where we are today. We will also recognize women who are making a difference in our state and their professions today. We start with Cabot Ann Christofferson, researcher and professor at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.  

 

College Admissions During COVID-19

May 19, 2020
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In The Moment … May 19, 2020 Show 820 Hour 1

Going back to school is all part of getting back to normal. How are South Dakota colleges preparing for the return of students? How have they uniquely maintained contact with students, especially incoming freshmen during the pandemic? And how much different will the on-campus experience be this fall? Justin Fraase is the director of enrollment, communications and marketing at Northern State University in Aberdeen, and Aimee VanderFeen is the vice president for enrollment at the University of Sioux Falls.

In The Moment … May 19, 2020 Show 820 Hour 1

Being the mayor of a city has its challenges. Being the mayor during a pandemic is even harder. Steve Allender is the mayor of Rapid City and joins us today to discuss the recent uptick in COVID 19 numbers in his city, and what his plan include to slow the spread. He also will discuss the plan to protect the city's homeless population. Mayor Allender, welcome back to In The Moment.

 

SDPB News: May 18

May 18, 2020
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The SDPB News Podcast is where we bring you South Dakota's top news and politics headlines from the past 24 hours.

Each day, SDPB's journalism team works to bring you pertinent news coverage. We then compile those stories into one neatly formatted daily podcast so that you can stay informed. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify today.

A COVID-19 Update With Avera

May 18, 2020
Avera

In The Moment … May 18, 2020 Show 819 Hour 2

The coronavirus pandemic began a couple of months ago and as time passes by, our health professionals are learning more and more. We've been talking with local medical professionals to tell us what we know now that we didn't know let's say last week. Dr. Kevin Post is chief medical officer with the Avera Medical Group.

Health reporting on SDPB is supported by Monument Health of Rapid City

 

Neel Kashkari: The Unemployment Rate

May 18, 2020
NPR

In The Moment … May 18, 2020 Show 819 Hour 1

The recent release of the April jobs report put the nation's unemployment rate at 14.7% and showed a loss of 20.5 million jobs during the month. Neel Kashkari, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, fears that the unemployment rate is understated and that the real number is much more devastating. Neel Kashkari was a virtual guest for last week's Morning Fill Up hosted by Matt Ehlman of the Numad Group. 

Richard Haass' THE WORLD: A Brief Introduction

May 18, 2020
Richard Haass

In The Moment … May 18, 2020 Show 819 Hour 1

Globalization presents many challenges. What happens thousands of miles away does affect our lives? The example being COVID 19, which is said to have originated in a Chinese city that many of us had never heard of. Richard Haass is the president of the Council on Foreign Relations and his new book is called "THE WORLD: A Brief Introduction."

 

2020 Homeless Count

May 18, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment … May 18, 2020 Show 819 Hour 1

This coversation is a follow-up to our visit with Dr. Suzanne Smith this past January; the day of the 2020 Homeless Count. Smith is associate vice president for Enterprise Data Analytics and the Augustana Research Institute and she returns to the program to detail the results of this year's count.

 

SDPB News: May 15

May 15, 2020
SDPB

The SDPB News Podcast is where we bring you South Dakota's top news and politics headlines from the past 24 hours.

Each day, SDPB's journalism team works to bring you pertinent news coverage. We then compile those stories into one neatly formatted daily podcast so that you can stay informed. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify today.

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In The Moment … May 15, 2020 Show 818 Hour 2

Secretary Dave Flute is an enrolled member of the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe. Prior to becoming Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Tribal Relations, he was the Chairman for the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate and also previously served as the Lake Traverse Councilman.

 

News: May 9 - 15

May 15, 2020

This week we bring you a news podcast packed with some of the voices you've asked to hear from: Governor Noem, Secretary Flute, Congressman Johnson, and Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Social Services, Laurie Gill.

Arts & Lifestyle: May 9 - 15

May 15, 2020

The 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th ammendment, Gene Sperling's new book on the economy, and a number of other topics are covered in this week's In the Moment Arts & Lifestyle Podcast.

100th Meridian Project: Part 5

May 15, 2020

In The Moment … May 15, 2020 Show 818 Hour 1

Unprecedented flooding a year ago devastated many towns in the Midwest and Great Plains. Some are still struggling to come back. In today's story about climate change in the region, a Nebraska community wants to protect itself from more floods by moving to higher ground.

For a Harvest Public Media project, Christina Stella reports.

 

Eddie Sullivan Of SAB Therapeutics

May 15, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment … May 15, 2020 Show 818 Hour 1

Biotech companies are working to develop antibody therapies to provide protection against COVID 19 - Joining us for an update on the development of therapeutics, we welcome Eddie Sullivan, president & CEO of SAB Therapeutics. 

 

SDPB News: May 14

May 14, 2020
SDPB

The SDPB News Podcast is where we bring you South Dakota's top news and politics headlines from the past 24 hours.

Each day, SDPB's journalism team works to bring you pertinent news coverage. We then compile those stories into one neatly formatted daily podcast so that you can stay informed. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify today.

Governor Kristi Noem

May 14, 2020

In The Moment … May 14, 2020 Show 817 Hour 2

As the rest of the nation seeks ways to reopen the economy, South Dakotans were never on a statewide shelter-in-place order or lockdown. Many business owners and faith community leaders are seeking CDC and South Dakota Department of Health guidance to inform and support their individual decisions about what "Back to Normal" looks like. Governor Kristi Noem is with us today. 

On Call With The Prairie Doc®

May 14, 2020
On Call With The Prairie Doc®

In The Moment … May 14, 2020 Show 817 Hour 2

On Call with the Prairie Doc® is on SDPB TV Thursday nights at 7 central 6 mountain. Tonight's episode is Allergy Season Is Here. Jill Kruse is with Avera Medical Group in Brookings and is one of the Prairie Doc® physicians. She joins us now with a preview.

 

Levitt in Your Living Room

May 14, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment … May 14, 2020 Show 817 Hour 1

While Levitt at the Falls is looking for ways to possibly host concerts in August and September, music fans are welcome to check out their new Facebook Live series which debuts this Saturday at 7 p.m. Central. Levitt in Your Living Room is a free weekly program that features future Levitt at the Falls performers.  Levitt in Your Living Room is being produced in partnership with Think 3D Solutions. The program is hosted by Think 3D co-founder Vaney Hariri.

100th Meridian Project: Part 4

May 14, 2020

In The Moment … May 14, 2020 Show 817 Hour 1

Climate change's impact on the Great Plains moves to Oklahoma today. The Chickasaw and Choctaw nations are working with additional partners to prepare for possible drought conditions in the future. For a Harvest Public Media project, Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton reports.

 

On The Other Hand With Kevin Woster

May 14, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment … May 14, 2020 Show 817 Hour 1

Earlier in today's program, we talked about politics. Later in our second hour, we're going to talk about grief and loss. Well, you can read about politics and you can read about loss on Kevin Woster's SDPB blog: sdpb.org/woster. You might also find a few words there about fishing. Recent posts include thoughts from Billie Sutton about when to criticize and when to unite. And shortly you'll find a tribute to a friend.

 

SDPB News: May 13

May 13, 2020
SDPB

The SDPB News Podcast is where we bring you South Dakota's top news and politics headlines from the past 24 hours.

Each day, SDPB's journalism team works to bring you pertinent news coverage. We then compile those stories into one neatly formatted daily podcast so that you can stay informed. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify today.

Erik Helland Offers Gardening Tips

May 13, 2020

In The Moment … May 13, 2020 Show 816 Hour 2

Maybe you've been spending a little more time at home lately. You know, like a lot of extra time at home. Why not bring more beauty into that home view as well? SDPB brings you a new project called "South Dakota Home Garden." You can find video and gardening tips on our website. Today we welcome Erik Helland with Landscape Garden Centers to talk about flowering plants. 

The South Dakota Department of Social Services

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

South Dakotans who have never needed public assistance are reaching out for the first time. The South Dakota Department of Social Services is dedicated to creating strong families and supporting those in need, but the need is greater than ever. Secretary Laurie Gill joins us.. 

Julie Paine / Bethany Christian Services

May 13, 2020
Bethany Christian Services

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

Sometimes a family just needs a little help. In tough times, it can be hard to admit that you need extra assistance, but the economic disruption and financial stress of the pandemic are testing everyone in new ways. Julie Paine is the senior director of family preservation programs at Bethany Christian Services. She joins us for a look at the increased pressure on families and ways to find safe places for kids. 

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