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.
Budget Reflects Minnehaha County’s Need to Maintain Law, Order and Justice
Minnehaha County Jail’s expansion time has arrived. Commissioners endorsed that expenditure and more in accepting the 2018 budget.
Sioux Falls Doctor Gets Southern Hemisphere Experience
Being good at what you do will open doors to the world. Such is the experience of Dr. Stephen Foley, team physician for USA Basketball.
Three People Found Dead in Lennox Home
A grim picture was painted Tuesday morning in Lennox as three bodies were discovered in a home on South Main Street.
Jamison Promises Transparency in Mayoral Campaign Launch
The field of candidates who want to be Mayor of Sioux Falls increased by one on Monday as Greg Jamison made his official announcement.
Timberline Avenue Closure Another Stepping Stone in Eastern Sioux Falls
As of Monday morning, the link between Rice Street and Interstate 90 via Timberline Avenue will be out of commission for a few weeks.
Tires Slashed, Cars Plundered in Sioux Falls Early Friday
Cars were vandalized and broken into in a residential neighborhood a few blocks west of the Augustana University campus early Friday morning.
City of Sioux Falls Releases Premier Center Settlement
As the Denny Sanford Premier Center prepares its third year of operations, the South Dakota Supreme Court deems a settlement over warped panels an open document.
Missouri River Water Whets Tri-State’s Economic Appetite
Without water, economic development withers. As the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System forges ahead, communities hooked into the system are seeing benefits.
South Dakota Highway 100 Making More Progress
There will a slight traffic pattern change coming as the construction of a thoroughfare in eastern Sioux Falls reaches another marker.
Sioux Falls Man Indicted on Murder Charge
A homicide case in Fall River County that has been open since January has a Sioux Falls connection. It’s up to the state to prove the case.