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!
Broncs and Bulls Weekend Set for February in Sioux Falls
Bull riding and bronc busting is coming back to Sioux Falls.
Bill Gross Returns as Athletic Director of Augustana University
Former coach and athletic director at Augustana is getting one of his old jobs back.
Regions Blood Supply is Dangerously Low: Donate Today
Blood supplies are dangerously low across the region. Be a donor today.
Sioux Falls Singing Group Has a Connection to This Years Grammy Awards
This years Grammy Awards has a Sioux Falls connection.
Sexual Violence Forum Will Support Sexual Violence Survivors
The Compass Center will offer a one hour forum that addresses how to create a healthy response when a friend or relative is a sexual violence survivor.
5 Things to Know for the Next Sioux Falls Winter Storm
In case you still haven't learned about winter in Sioux Falls here are a few tips to follow the next time.
Minnesota Twins Right Field Experience at Target Field Offers More for Fans
Target Field is getting a right field makeover as perk for Minnesota Twins fans.
State Offices Closed Due to the Weather
Governor closes some state offices around the South Dakota due to weather.
Beat the Blues Winter Marathon in Sioux Falls
Live Well Sioux Falls is the answer to beat the winter blues with physical activity encouraging residents to get outside for some healthy and fun activities.
Citibank of Sioux Falls Will Build New Facility in Southwestern Sioux Falls
The new Citibank of Sioux Falls will be built in the Interstate Crossing Business Park at I-29 and I-229.