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.
Lumps of Coal by Way of Pseudo Bills Found in Sioux Falls
A number of counterfeiting ca ses have recently surfaced in Sioux Falls. Police continue to preach that businesses need to be vigilant in protecting themselves.
Woman Fends off Sioux Falls Man Armed with Iron Rod and Knife
An incident at a Sioux Falls apartment building featured a man displaying weapons on Friday evening. A woman scared him off but he was eventually arrested.
Sioux Falls Man Punches Ex-Girlfriend, Then Police Finds Weed
Breaking it off got a bit testy as things turned physical, which led to a discovery of drugs, stolen guns and one Sioux Falls man's arrest.
Record Construction Permits in Sioux Falls for Fifth Straight Year
Multiple levels of government in South Dakota are worried about sales tax trends. One area that continues to rise is building projects permits in Sioux Falls.
Thune Makes Case for Net Neutrality Rules Change
It has stirred up plenty of nationwide opposition, but the proposed Restoring Internet Freedom order may be just days away from being approved.
Sanford Health Bestows Tremendous Donation to Sioux Falls Lutheran School
Because of space issues at the school’s current location and their heritage as a Lutheran hospital, Sanford Health will donate land and money to help build new.
Sioux Falls Host to Net Neutrality Protest
A student at Lincoln High School is leading a campaign to fight against the repeal of net neutrality rules as people gathered in protest in Sioux Falls.
It Snowed in Sioux Falls. What, Me Slow Down?
Fact: more than an inch of snow fell in Sioux Falls on Monday December 4. However, some motorists continue as if nothing ever happened on the morning after.
Expect Tighter Belts in next South Dakota Legislative Session
Governor Dennis Daugaard outlined a financial path forward with his budget address on Tuesday in a joint session with the South Dakota Legislature.
Could Any Tax Plan Be Better Than What We Have Now? [OPINION]
Instead of being Oliver Twist who begs for another morsel of food from the master, the government has to be the one to meekly say, “I want some more.” Sweet.