If you’ve listened to me over the last several years you’re probably asking yourself, “how long has he been on the radio?” Here’s a clue: my first job on the air was the year before the very first Star Wars movie hit the big screen. And it’s still the most enjoyable career a person could ever have. One of the cool things Lori and I like to do in Sioux Falls is to support the many charity events Results Radio partners with. Especially if there’s food and wine. We hope to see you at the next one. Have fun!
U.S. Supreme Court Tax Ruling Could Lower Rate In South Dakota
The Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota's favor after the state sued several online retailers in 2016 based on a separate law seeking to get them to collect the tax.
Pictures Show 4.3 Inches of Rain Cause Flooding Around Sioux Falls
Flood warning posted for the Big Sioux River after heavy rain in the region.
Swimming and Outdoor Events Postponed
Swimming and outdoor events postponed due to rain.
Sioux Falls City Council Reaches Compromise on Public Input
Sioux Falls City councilors agreed to kill a plan that would let the public address concerns at the end of the meetings.
New Appointment to the South Dakota Board of Regents
David Mickelson fills position to complete the term of Regent Bob Sutton.
South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation Prime Time Gala Saturday, Justin Moore Concert
Gala to benefit Feeding South Dakota and scholarship program.
Teachers Are Headed to A Day on the Farm
Hey teachers! Let's hop on the bus and go to the farm to learn.
Celebrity Golf and Walleye Classic for Boys and Girls Clubs of the Sioux Empire
Gear-up for a great season of fishing and plan to join us for the 3rd Annual Celebrity Golf & Walleye Classic Saturday, June 23.
Prairie Berry Winery Wins Gold
Two gold medals in wine competition for Prairie Berry.
Minnesota Twins Lose Series, Welcome Back Joe Mauer
Twins lose the series to Detroit but get Joe Mauer back for the Cleveland series.