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In the Moment, April 9, 2021 Show 1024.

  • Vincent Morales is co-founder of the Veterans Community Project. He joins us to talk about a proposed tiny house community for veterans in Sioux Falls, with the goal of ending veteran homelessness.

 

April 9th | SDPB News Podcast

Apr 9, 2021
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Some South Dakota Republican leaders are publicly criticizing President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion proposal that dedicates at least $1 trillion on a number of broad ranging infrastructure projects. Governor Kristi Noem has hired a new chief-of-staff. 

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April 8th | SDPB News Podcast

Apr 8, 2021
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The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has released an extensive opinion on the Indian Child Welfare Act. Lawyers say much of the law still stands, but some important protections have been found unconstitutional. 

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In the Moment, April 7, 2021 Show 1022.

  • Dr. Jill Kruse previews Thursday's On Call with the Prairie Doc®. We talk about what the health of your eyes can tell you about your overall health. 

 

April 7th | SDPB News Podcast

Apr 7, 2021
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The latest USDA survey projects South Dakota growers to plant more of the traditional crops this year. The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks’ Nest Predator Bounty program is starting a new season. 

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In the Moment, April 6, 2021 Show 1021.

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Apr 6, 2021
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Governor Kristi Noem wants lawmakers back for a special session in late May or early June to address issues like medical marijuana and new coronavirus relief money. State tourism individuals expect a strong tourism season following a year of limited travel. 

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April 1st | SDPB News Podcast

Apr 1, 2021
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State health officials will start COVID-19 vaccinations for all South Dakotans on Monday, April 5. Plus, firefighters are still trying to contain several wildfires in western South Dakota.

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In the Moment: March 31, 2021 Show 1019.

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Mar 31, 2021
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The Schroeder Fire near Rapid City has grown slightly, but officials say some residents could return to their homes starting today. Plus, the state is targeting nearly 70 million dollars to update and improve water, wastewater and solid waste systems. 

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In the Moment with Lori Walsh: March 30, 2021 Show 1018.

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Mar 30, 2021
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Governor Kristi Noem has issued two executive orders designed to ensure that only girls born female play girls’ sports. Plus, a wildfire near Rapid City Monday afternoon forced about 500 people to evacuate.

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In the Moment: March 29, 2021,Show 1017. 

  • Senator John Thune talks immigration and a Spring surge of asylum seekers at the U.S. border with Mexico.

 

  • Lee Strubinger previews Veto Day and the possible outcomes for HB1217 and medical marijuana.

 

March 29th | SDPB News Podcast

Mar 29, 2021
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Governor Kristi Noem is pitching to lawmakers a proposal that would limit parts of a voter-passed law legalizing medical marijuana in South Dakota. An agricultural economist says farmers should have a better year in 2021. 

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In the Moment: March 26, 2021 Show 1016.

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Mar 26, 2021
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One of South Dakota's U.S. senators says the latest act passed out of committee would repeal laws that discriminate against Native Americans. Plus, the leader of the South Dakota Senate says a bill restricting transgender athletes from playing on girls’ sports should be rejected. 

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March 25th | SDPB News Podcast

Mar 25, 2021
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New research is out on how much logging to allow in the Black Hills National Forest. Animal health officials report a new case of a chronic cattle disease in Corson County. 

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March 24th | SDPB News Podcast

Mar 24, 2021
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A South Dakota healthcare advocacy group pushing for expanded Medicaid coverage is asking the state Supreme Court to delay a legislative resolution that increases the number of votes needed for a ballot question to pass. Plus, National Weather Service reports show drought conditions could expand in the state without more rain or snow. 

March 23rd | SDPB News Podcast

Mar 23, 2021
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Governor Kristi Noem wants to defend Title IX protections by preventing transgender girls from participating in sports. Plus, 120 people are out of work in Hill City where a sawmill is closing down. 

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In the Moment: March 22, 2021 Show 1013.

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Mar 22, 2021
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March 19th | SDPB News Podcast

Mar 19, 2021
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The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments from lawyers for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe and the U.S. Department of Justice. South Dakota's unemployment numbers are down. 

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March 18th | SDPB News Podcast

Mar 18, 2021
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The South Dakota health department will begin COVID-19 vaccinations for the last priority group beginning Monday, March 22. Game, Fish and Parks officials report evidence of an invasive species in several pet stores statewide. 

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March 17th | SDPB News Podcast

Mar 17, 2021
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The South Dakota Board of Regents says all state universities plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions this fall. Plus, a Black Hills National Forest committee is accepting proposals to improve forest ecosystems in western South Dakota. 

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March 16, 2021 Show 1009.

  • Sex and gender may seem to be simple; we are told there are men and there are women. However, according to scientists, medical and mental health professionals, and others who specialize in human development, the reality is much more complicated. Anne Dilenschneider, PhD, LPC-MH, WPATH Certified Gender Specialist, joins us to explain.

  • In Their Own Words then brings us a bill (HB 1217) promoting fairness in women's sports. Critics say the bill targets transgender South Dakotans.

March 16th | SDPB News Podcast

Mar 16, 2021
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The state of South Dakota expects to receive about $1.37 billion dollars in new federal coronavirus relief money. After a delay due to COVID-19, the community of Gregory is getting a new hospital, clinic and long term care center.  

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March 15, 2021 Show 1008

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Mar 15, 2021
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An economic development organization on the Cheyenne River Reservation is now a lender for federal agriculture loans. Plus, construction workers are working on a new arena in Rapid City. 

March 12, 2021 Show 1007

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Mar 12, 2021
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Lawmakers have finalized the state budget for the next fiscal year. State health officials report two cases of a coronavirus variant in South Dakota.

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