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SDPB News Dec 13
Coming up , the work of Nancy Friedemann-Sanchez is going to be on display at the University Art Galleries at . This exhibition will run through the 17th of January. Sanchez refers to her art as a bicultural and transcultural experience.
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SDPB News Dec 12
Coming up , SDPB's had a chance to chat with head coach John Stiegelmeier about his team's preparation for the semi-final round game against the rival . Join the conversastion at
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"Plain Views: Watercolors by Judy Thompson" is on display at . You can see it at the Madson/Nelson/Elmen Galleries of the Fantle Building through February 11 at the Center for Western Studies. Meet the artist now at
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SDPB News Dec 13
To wrap up the first hour of , has been seeking input online into see how South Dakotans feel about the application of Marsy's Law to protect law enforcement officer privacy. Join the conversation at
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SDPB News Dec 13
Next , many SD HS continue to expand their career and technical education programs. At Madison HS, a new program offers students valuable hands-on experience at a local nursing home. Listen to 's report at
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SDPB News Dec 13
Coming up , explores a nuance of South Dakota's victim's rights amendment that has some celebrating and others questioning the transparency of those who protect and serve. Tune in at
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SDPB News Dec 12
How do newly elected lawmakers carry your wishes to Pierre this legislative session? Up next , Chuck Parkinson joins us for a preview of this month's "Where Do We Go From Here?" Tune in at
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SDPB News 12h
In today's , Sherry DeBoer steps down from her role as executive director of the SD Humanities Council. She joins us for a look back and a look forward at humanities programming in the state. We also get to know the new Exec. Director. Tune in
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SDPB News Dec 13
Next , photographs everything from SD's beautiful scenery to weddings. That, along with his comprehensive work as a videographer, made him a logical choice to cover the SpaceX launch in Florida. Join the conversation at
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ITM - FACE ON. FACE ON. Latergram of the Get-Right: putting on a little face for the cameras at for Day 2 of recording/film project. • • •…
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SDPB News 11h
After the break , Judy Thompson's work is inspired by the ever-changing landscapes of SD. Her artwork has received national and regional awards. She is a Touring Artist and Artist in Schools and Communities with the South Dakota Arts Council.
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SDPB News Dec 5
Up next , Seth Tupper, enterprise reporter for the Rapid City Journal, and Sioux Falls Argus Leader investigative reporter Jonathan Ellis join the show for this week's Dakota Political Junkies. Tune in at
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Sounds like a great night! Enjoy it more by unplugging from your phone and being !
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SDPB News Dec 13
Today's features the Dahl Arts Center in downtown Rapid City has quite a bit going on including the announcement of its museum director. Tune in at
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SDPB News Dec 13
Coming up , Congress has voted to approve an $867 billion Farm Bill. The bill received strong bipartisan support. Pres. Trump is expected to sign the legislation next week. Reports say the 2019 Farm Bill will not increase the federal deficit.
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Renascence Dec 13
Mindfulness and Being Present in the Moment via .
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SDPB News Dec 12
Lakota Nation Invitational also features Lakota Language, Academic and Knowledge Bowls, along with a Hand Game Tournament, Art Show, Story Telling, and Business Competitions. Learn more at
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SDPB News Dec 11
November 27th was South Dakota's Day of Giving. You may recall that that day featured several non profits that were taking part in this day. Kelly Gibson with the Numad Group joined us for a recap of the day. Tune in at
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SDPB News Dec 10
Business leaders need employees who are engaged and innovative and who love to come to work on a Monday morning. Employees need leaders who understand the best way to craft a work culture worth showing up for. Join the conversation at
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SDPB News Dec 10
Up next , Rachel Headley and Meg Manke are senior partners in Rose Group International, a consultant firm that specializes in designing exceptional Internal Experiences for organizations. Their book is called iX Leadership. Tune in at
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