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!
City of Brookings Issues Mask Mandate
Council votes to require everyone to wear a mask in all public places and indoor restaurants.
Sioux Falls Parks & Recreation Events for September
From a kid's cross country meet to playground programs to Paws in the Park.
Sanford Health Recipient of the Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award
Award is the highest U.S. government honor to employers for support of National Guard and Reserve employees.
South Dakota Symphony Season Tickets On Sale Now
Symphony concert season begins October 3 with 11 dates.
Sioux Falls School Begins One Week from Today, What You Need to Know.
The Back to School atmosphere for students this year will be much different after living in a COVID-19 world for the last six months.
What’s a Derecho? Powerful Storm That Began in South Dakota.
Gregory, South Dakota had reports of 2-inch size hail. Burke, Tyndall, and Scotland and Rock Rapids, Iowa reporting 1-inch hail.
Want Unemployment Benefits? Better Take Action.
The Work Search Waiver comes to an end on August 1.
Could Triple Digit Heat Indices Melt a Walmart Ice Cream Sandwich?
The next 48 hours around the region will feel really uncomfortable. Maybe ice cream will help.
Celebrity Golf & Walleye Classic is Coming
Two days of support the local Boys and Girls Clubs of the Sioux Empire.
How Dry is Your South Dakota Yard and Garden?
Many western South Dakota counties are abnormally dry and reaching severe drought status.