My journey began on a farm near Wagner, South Dakota. Eventually I landed at the institution of higher learning in Vermillion. My adult life consists of about 12 years in Yankton and Sioux Falls since 2007. The earliest designs of a career in radio originated from a career day in 6th grade when I was given course offerings to different colleges and the subjects I wanted to pursue were farming and radio. The year was 1989 on a Sunday afternoon in a small room at the Telecom center where I first put a needle on a record. A lot of things have changed as that building is now called the Al Neuharth Center on the campus of the University of South Dakota. Joining me in this life journey is my beloved wife along with my three children.
City of Sioux Falls Releases Premier Center Settlement
As the Denny Sanford Premier Center prepares its third year of operations, the South Dakota Supreme Court deems a settlement over warped panels an open document.
Missouri River Water Whets Tri-State’s Economic Appetite
Without water, economic development withers. As the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System forges ahead, communities hooked into the system are seeing benefits.
South Dakota Highway 100 Making More Progress
There will a slight traffic pattern change coming as the construction of a thoroughfare in eastern Sioux Falls reaches another marker.
Sioux Falls Man Indicted on Murder Charge
A homicide case in Fall River County that has been open since January has a Sioux Falls connection. It’s up to the state to prove the case.
Sunday Crash Kills Two on I-90 in South Dakota
A harrowing crash left two people dead in western South Dakota on Sunday. It happened around 11:25 AM about 14 miles west of Murdo on Interstate 90.
Habitual Criminal Loose in Sioux Falls
The Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office is searching for one of their inmates after bolting from one of their facilities Friday night.
Dozens of Dreamers in South Dakota Anxious about DACA
President Trump has called on Congress to craft a legislative solution for DACA. It’s estimated that around 500 people in South Dakota are signed up for DACA.
One Man Dies in Tuesday Evening Crash near Arlington
The South Dakota Department of Public Safety revealed details on Wednesday
Lawyers Love South Dakota’s Legal Climate
South Dakota topped the 2017 Lawsuit Climate Survey as having the best lawsuit climate in the nation. It’s an improvement by eight positions since 2015.
South Dakota Police Robot Working Overtime for Crime
A tactical robot helped bring a second South Dakota fugitive to justice. Both times showed the potential of using a device to diffuse a situation.