Todd Epp is a writer, historian and recovering lawyer from Harrisburg, S.D. Besides practicing law, Todd has been a broadcast journalist in South Dakota at S.D. Public TV, KSFY-TV and KDLT-TV and in Kansas at KTWU-TV. In the summer of 2013, Todd returned from an 18 month stint as a consultant at the Erbil International Airport in Erbil, Kurdistan, Iraq. He's also lived in or traveled to Syria, Turkey, China, Taiwan, Israel, Mexico, Pamama, Germany, France, Spain and Canada, But home is the Sioux Empire. He is married to Donna Osment-Epp, Ph.D. and has two adult children, Sarah and Matt. Hear him when he fills in on the Main Street Cafe or Viewpoint University or read him here on KSOO.com.
11 Tips for a Fire-Free Holiday Season
Thanksgiving began a monthlong holiday season, and Fire Marshal Paul Merriman urges S. Dakotans to celebrate the season but be aware of the potential for fire.
Black Friday, South Dakota Shoppers Flocked to Their Smartphones, Tablets
Black Friday, South Dakota Shoppers Flocked to Their Smartphones and Tablets
170 Ultra High Wealth South Dakotans Have Much to Be Thankful For
One hundred and seventy South Dakotans have something to be very thankful for this Thanksgiving holiday: They are UHNWs—people of ultra high net worth of $30 million or more.
CENSUS: Dakotas’ Birth Rates Increasing
While the birth rate nationally continues to drop, the birth rates in the Dakotas continue to climb, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
One Sentence Brings TransCanada Back to PUC for Keystone XL Re-Approval
One sentence in South Dakota law is causing TransCanada to ask the Public Utilities Commission to re-approve its siting permit for the path of its proposed Keystone XL Pipeline through the state.
Hickey, Hildebrand Form Group to Put Payday Loan Interest Cap on Ballot
A conservative state legislator who’s also a minister is teaming up with a liberal former Obama campaign honcho who owns a restaurant to take aim at the state’s payday loan industry.
South Dakota Attorney General’s Office Has Policies to Prevent Situations Like Ferguson, M…
South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley says his office has some safeguards for those kinds of volatile situations.
Booking Big Acts for The Denny Isn’t So Easy
So you think you can convince Taylor Swift or Bruno Mars to play the Denny Sanford Premier Center sometime soon?
PRESSLER: No More Middle in American Politics?
Former South Dakota U.S. Senator Larry Pressler said he is disappointed that so much money swayed voters and negative campaigning in the just conducted election that is sending former Republican governor Mike Rounds to Washington, D.C.
All South Dakota Alco Stores Closing
Alco has filed bankruptcy and is closing all it's stores nationwide.