I'm not a DJ, I just play one on the radio. Hey how you doing, it's Marc Elliott here at MIX 97-3. I've been at the Mix since the stations beginning back in 1994. I've lived most of my life in Sioux Falls with my wife Patti, and our two dogs, Taylor and Jude. In my spare time I enjoy (okay, some Sunday's not so much) watching Miami Dolphins football. Yeah, I know, they've sucked since the late 90's, but they're finally starting to turn things around. (It only took nearly two decades.) I am also an avid runner. I try to get in around 3 to 5 miles each day. So please watch out for a short bald man wearing all black, that runs on streets occasionally. I'd really appreciate you not hitting me with your car! Most importantly, thanks for listening to Today's Best Mix...MIX 97-3.
Blizzard Conditions Kill Rural Watertown Man
Last weeks blizzard conditions are responsible for taking the life of a rural Watertown man.
Sioux Falls Winter Carnival Continues This Weekend
Looking for something fun and different to do this weekend? Check out the Sioux Falls Winter Carnival.
33 People Apply to Be the Next Harrisburg Superintendent
The Harrisburg School Board has a homework assignment. Between now and February 28, they must select the districts next superintendent.
House Panel Looks to Further Crack down on Distracted Driving
A House panel is hoping to pass even tougher distracted driving laws in South Dakota.
Police Looking for Couple Who May Have Seen Missing 9-Year-Old Girl
Police are attempting to locate and speak with a couple who may have seen Serenity Dennard, the 9-year-old Pennington County girl that went missing Sunday morning.
9-Year-Old Girl Missing in Pennington County
According to KSFY TV, an Endangered Missing Advisory has now been issued for a 9-year-old Pennington County girl.
Sioux Falls Winter Carnival Going on through February 9
Winter is in full swing, and the city of Sioux Falls is celebrating with the Sioux Empire's first ever Winter Carnival.
Freezin’ for a Reason: Special Olympics Polar Plunges Begin February 23
It's almost time to be freezin' for a reason. The Polar Plunges for Special Olympics start February 23 in South Dakota.
Conceal Carry Laws to Change July 1 in South Dakota
The much debated 'constitutional carry' bill in South Dakota is about to be signed into law by Governor Kristi Noem.
Rapid City Woman Wins Money on ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’
A Rapid City woman tried her luck Tuesday afternoon on the TV show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."