Wyoming

Steve Munsen

In The Moment ... August 6, 2019 Show 631 Hour 1

What lies across South Dakota's 1300-mile border? South Dakota Magazine's Bernie Hunhoff and John Andrews ventured outside the state for the July/August cover story.

They join In The Moment to visit about their findings which just might turn into a daytrip for you!

Missing At Christmas

Jan 16, 2019
Adria Botella

In The Moment ... January 16, 2019 Show 496 Hour 2

A group of snowmobilers went missing over the Christmas break when they became stranded in the Snowy Range Mountains of Wyoming.

Miah Christensen, his sons Zach and Cole, and Bob Bruining, all from Sioux Falls, were rescued on December 26. Christensen joins In The Moment to tell the group's unique Christmas story.

Sioux Falls Argus Leader

A suspect in last weekend’s shooting death at a Sioux Falls casino was captured in southeast Wyoming late Wednesday night.   Jared Stone led police from five states on a manhunt before his arrest.

Stone is accused of killing Baptiste White Eyes last Friday night in front of the Lucky Lady Casino in Sioux Falls.  Stone has apparently been running ever since.  The U-S Marshal’s Service received a tip that Stone was at a home on the Rosebud Indian Reservation—but Marshal Scott Rolstad says the suspect left the home in Mission before police could get there.

Northern Hills Mine Put On Hold

Jan 22, 2016
Charles Michael Ray

A proposed rare earth mine in the Bear Lodge Mountains of Wyoming is on hold.   

The Bear Lodge sit just north of the Black Hills near the state line.  The mining company Rare Element Resources is backing the project.  Mine officials say a deposit in the area contains a high volume of minerals needed in the production of batteries and computer components.

The Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls has two new black bears. After repeatedly raiding camp sites at the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, park officials decided it was time the bears find a new home.

President of the Great Plain Zoo Elizabeth Whealy says the zoo acted fast to bring two troublemaker bears to Sioux Falls. The bear and her cub had been reported 17 times in the past three years snooping around picnic areas and campsites looking for food.  Whealy says park officials were eager to relocate the bears.

Jalan Crossland Band

Jan 15, 2015

This is the second appearance for Jalan Crossland on No Cover, No Minimum Radio - but the first with his full band.  The singer/songwriter from the small town of Ten Sleep, Wyoming draws in music fans with his homespun appeal.  He writes songs that are relatable to the listener whether the tune's lyrics are funny or thought provoking.  His latest CD, "No Cause For Despair," was released last summer.  Eleven new compositions highlight the project.  Longtime collaborator and bass player Shaun Kelley and drummer and percussionist Pat Madsen joined th