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.
Progress Made for Traffic on 69th Street in Sioux Falls
Switch over day has arrived for 69th Street as this major project hurtles toward completion. The entire scope of the upgrade will be entirely complete next year.
Store Clerk as Acquaintance Befuddles Sioux Falls Robber
It’s possible that being a distant friend foiled a robbery attempt on Tuesday in Sioux Falls. A level-headed clerk kept her cool and the suspect came away empty.
Sioux Falls Youth Fascinated by Baby Oil While Robbing House
About $900 worth of damage was done by a group of juveniles on Monday. The incident happened in the neighborhood of 14th and Mable in eastern Sioux Falls.
Consumer Supported Agriculture Fills Food Niche
Investing in a local farmer allows the consumer a more direct link to the food they eat. Rewards, risks and peace of mind all play their part.
Uplifting Artwork at Sioux Falls Airport
Hundreds of passengers fly in and out of Sioux Falls Regional Airport every day. What greets them upon arrival or departure is fantastic artwork.
Concrete Buckle Adjacent to 57th Street worth Watching
Summertime can do strange things to concrete. Even though it doesn’t directly affect traffic, it’s an example of what extreme temperatures can do to man’s work.
Mini Rumble with Sioux Falls Police at Apartment Complex
A scuffle with police, drugs and a stolen vehicle were the result of unheeded warnings. Sioux Falls Police said it happened Thursday morning.
Sioux Falls Schools Strive to Meet Standards by Third Grade
Summer is the equalizer for students who lag behind their peers in class. Sioux Falls Schools are committed to getting those pupils up to acceptable levels.
Senator John Thune Takes Temperature on Health Care Reform
The pressure mounts for the Senators in Washington to agree on health care reform. Senator John Thune will use the days ahead to garner support.
Going Long to Cover South Dakota from East to West
South Dakota has such a diverse landscape. Five different paths of more than 400 miles in length across the state will broaden your perspective exponentially.