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.
Flag Filching Raises Eyebrows in Sioux Falls Neighborhood
A few flags were taken off a flag pole in a Sioux Falls yard. One of the banners was star-spangled. The others represented branches of the Armed Forces.
Former Harrisburg Principal Inspired to Combat Mental Illness
Something good can come from tragedy when shattered lives are mended. The shooting at Harrisburg High School is evolving into that type of story.
Prepare for Orange Barrel Brigade in Eastern Sioux Falls
Drivers will see big changes over the next fifteen months as Arrowhead Parkway will be transformed to shoulder anticipated future traffic increases.
South Dakota Drought Somewhat Diminished
As the calendar turns to August, drought conditions have improved across South Dakota according to the latest USDA drought monitor.
Sioux Falls Little League Team Needs One Win to Williamsport
A stirring comeback has put a Sioux Falls team on the threshold of the Little League World Series with a 6-5 win over Missouri to reach the Region Championship.
More Polish for Downtown Sioux Falls Treasure
As it approaches a century of existence, the State Theatre in Downtown Sioux Falls inches closer to being restored. Supporters are determined to finish the job.
Mechanical Means to Bring Sioux Falls Man to Justice
Safety and ingenuity teamed together to help catch a dangerous criminal on Thursday. South Dakota’s top prosecutor details the robot effect in the case.
Worship Fortress Redeemed in Delmont
A flood of emotion filled the new nave, narthex and fellowship area at the rebuilt Zion Lutheran Church in Delmont on Saturday as hundreds gathered to celebrate.
Car Door Pierced by Bullet South of Sioux Falls
A shopping trip took an unexpected turn on Thursday as a couple traveled from Tea to Sioux Falls. Fortunately, no one was injured from a dangerous situation.
Folks to Enjoy Folk Music and More at Canton Festival
A long-running event will take over Newton Hills State Park near Canton this weekend as the Sioux River Folk Festival enters its 38th year of existence.