Hi there! I'm Taneil the Digital Managing Editor here at Results Radio Townsquaremedia or DME for short. I'm not an on-air personality or DJ but more of a behind-the-scenes geek; as I take care of our websites and social media platforms. I've been a proud vegetarian for seven years now and when I'm not behind a computer screen, I enjoy practicing yoga, running, cozying up with a good book, listening to personal finance podcasts, and shopping for home decor.
Cure Kids Cancer: Holly
Holly underwent 42 weeks of chemotherapy and several rounds of proton radiation before ringing the bell, signifying the end of treatment, but Holly's cancer continues to impact her life.
Cure Kids Cancer: Marcella
In March of 2020, Marcella landed in the United States after a long flight from Uganda. Within a few days, she began complaining to her mom about knee pain. Thinking it was the result of the 26-hour flight, Brenda told her daughter it would get better.
Cure Kids Cancer: Kolby
Kolby continues to visit Sanford Children's for follow-up care and physical therapy, and he loves to make everyone else happy.
9,000 Dollars For The Governor’s Desk?
Would you pay $9,000 for a desk? That's what the total is sounding like it will be for Governor Noem's new black walnut desk.
Why We See Mostly White Teslas In South Dakota
Have you ever noticed the fact that the outside color of these 'cars of the future' or most of them have a signature white paint color? There's actually a pretty clear reason as to why.
Did You Know Brookings Has An Axe Throwing Facility?
Wannabe axe throwers at Woody's can throw axes for an hourly rate of $21.95 per person; two hours of throwing will cost $34.95 per person.
Is Sioux Falls Chick-fil-A Closer to Opening?
Sioux Falls Chick-fil-A is making some serious progress when it comes to its Empire Place location.
Downtown Sioux Falls’ Newest Cocktail Bar
A new bar is having its opening night in Downtown Sioux Falls (August 27) according to Dakota News Now.
You’ll Never Guess Which Fruit Was First Grown In Iowa
With all those fall red apples we'll soon be seeing, would you have ever guessed they were first grown in the state of Iowa?
We Have Iowa to Thank for This Revolutionary Invention
A physics professor and an electrical engineering graduate student are together on Iowa State University campus about to invent their way into history.