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Jerry Dahmen

Jerry Dahmen, a native of South Dakota, is News Director of KXRB Radio.  Jerry is one of broadcasting's most honored journalists having earned over 100 major news and community awards, including the coveted George Foster Peabody Award and 3 national Edward R. Murrow Awards.  Jerry is also the  author of 2 best selling books featuring individuals throughout the country who have overcome adversities.  The "I Love Life" program has been broadcast for 35 years and includes over 1,600 guests.
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I Love Life: One Man’s Recovery

Within seconds of shooting up with cocaine,  Robert Myers wanted more.  “I had a quick, euphoric feeling.  A user would say, the drug lights you up.  My senses were heightened and the cocaine created a craving desire of a fleshly nature to do all sorts of things.  But, it only las

Campaign To Promote Sioux Falls [VIDEO]

Teri Schmidt, Executive Director of the Sioux Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau, says her group has launched a campaign urging people to submit pictures, videos and stories.

"The Convention and Visitors Bureau knows that people in Sioux Falls are the ones that know the most about the community

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Sioux Falls This Week [VIDEO]

Check out this video with Teri Schmidt of the Sioux Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau!  Teri gives an update on the happenings this week in Sioux Falls.

Among this week's events:

Mondays at McKennan Park band shell

Beginners Quilt Class at the Sioux Falls Quilters Headquarters

Going Green Recycled Crafts at Upper Sherman Park

Open Drawing Group at the Museum of Visual Materials

Golden Age Club:  Dances to LIve Bands at Kenny Anderson Community Center

Jazz at Fawick Park

Strawbale Summer Porch Series at Stawbale Winery

Downtown Riverfest

Eastbank Saturday Market and 8th and Railroad

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Surviving Mental Illness [AUDIO]

Most people with mental illness recover and are able to lead fulfilling lives in the community---where they receive ongoing treatment and support.

Linda Naomi Katz, author of the best selling book "Surviving Mental Illness," knows that for a fact!

Linda was diagnosed at age 24 with bipolar disorder

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You Are Not Alone [VIDEO]

Despite gains in the treatment and opportunities for recovery, coping with the difficulties that many people encounter in caring for a relative or friend with mental illness can be difficult.

Wendy Giebink, Executive Director of NAMI South Dakota, says the organization's Family-to-Family program can be a great help!  The program is a free 12-week course for families and friends of adults living with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, anxiety disorders and borderline personality disorder

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