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.
Two Saloon #10 Workers in Deadwood Test Positive for COVID-19
If you visited Saloon #10 in Deadwood in mid-March, South Dakota Health officials say you should self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms.
South Dakota Senator John Thune Tests Negative for COVID-19
Test results show that South Dakota Senator John Thune does not have COVID-19.
‘No Lingering’ Law Now in Effect in Sioux Falls
During a meeting on Thursday afternoon, the Sioux Falls City Council passed a new city ordinance to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Social Media Helps to Spark ‘Bear Hunts’ across Sioux Falls
Why are people placing bears and other stuffed animals in their windows right now?
COVID-19 Testing Being Conducted at Both Sanford and Avera
South Dakota ramped up its efforts to conduct more COVID-19 testing in the state on Monday, thanks to both Sanford and Avera hospitals.
Tea Hosts a ‘Cruise Night’ during the COVID-19 Crisis
Who says people still can't have fun during the COVID-19 crisis.
Sioux Falls ‘Kohl’s’ Stores Close Until at Least April 1
The Coronavirus has forced another Sioux Falls store to close its doors temporarily due to the outbreak.
Sioux Falls Target Stores Reducing Hours During COVID-19 Crisis
Target stores here in the Sioux Empire and nationwide are reducing their store hours each day to help combat the spread of the Coronavirus.
Food Services to Continue During School Closures in South Dakota
No one knows for sure at this time how long schools will need to remain closed during the Coronavirus outbreak. What we do know is that free food services for children will continue throughout the crisis.
Blood Banks Seeing a Decrease in Donations Due to Coronavirus
The need for healthy blood donors is on the rise as more and more cases of the coronavirus continue across the nation.