I love talk radio. Most of my radio career has been spent listening to opinions, getting viewpoints, interviewing policy makers, bureaucrats, and people with good, or not so good ideas. Sioux Falls and South Dakota are my home. I have lived here over half of my life. Original stomping grounds were Chicago, with short stints in Sioux City, Kansas City and the home of the Salukis, Carbondale, Illinois. Best job I have ever had, except this one, was being mayor of Sioux Falls from 1974 to 1984. Worst job I ever had was cleaning dormitories at SIU, in Carbondale. People can be real slobs. The way we communicate is changing, the web, facebook, twitter. KSOO radio is adapting and adding those methods to keep you informed about local news. We hope you will join and stay with us...
New Sioux Falls City Council Flexing Their Muscles [OPINION]
The four new Sioux Falls City Council Members and one of the newer members are sending a message to Mayor Mike Huether and the community. Business as usual is changing.
5 Things to Do About the Dallas Shootings [OPINION]
It is the afternoon after the horrific events in Dallas. All of us need to take a breath. Count to ten. Then do these 5 things to help it from happening again.
Dear Trump Supporter [OPINION]
I am concerned about our country and YOU. What concerns me is the guy you are supporting is pandering to you. And he's demonstrating classic sociopath behavior.
City Council Asserts Policy Position On Building Project [OPINION]
I think the Sioux Falls City Council is right to slow down the construction of the multi-million dollar office building for city government.
Vultures, Hyenas Gathering in Pierre [OPINION]
The vultures are circling and the hyenas have gathered at the site of Governor Daugaard's proposal to lift teachers, students, and education in South Dakota.
Is It Tom Daschle’s Fault? [OPINION]
The current political rancor, divisiveness, and anger at Federal elected officials, may belong at the feet of former South Dakota Senator Tom Daschle.
South Dakota Legislators: Act Now or Be Fired Next November!
I must start this narrative by eating a little crow. After the last Governor’s Task Force meeting on Teacher Pay and the news stories which followed, I jumped on the band wagon complaining about a lack of substance.
Sioux Falls City Council Obstructs Public Input [OPINION]
The decision to obstruct public comment speaks loudly about these elected officials desire and ability to deal with unique and controversial issues.
Governor Dennis Daugaard’s Blue Ribbon Task Force Barely Earns White Ribbon [OPINION]
When it comes to the subject of education and low teacher pay in South Dakota there is plenty of talking, but no action.
Blocked Streets: Rude to Church Goers and Residents
Twice in the past month, thousands of people attending church Sunday morning in downtown experienced the nearly impossible task getting to and from their place of worship.