I love talk radio. Most of my radio career has been spent listening to opinions, getting viewpoints, interviewing policy makers, bureaucrats, and people with good, or not so good ideas. Sioux Falls and South Dakota are my home. I have lived here over half of my life. Original stomping grounds were Chicago, with short stints in Sioux City, Kansas City and the home of the Salukis, Carbondale, Illinois. Best job I have ever had, except this one, was being mayor of Sioux Falls from 1974 to 1984. Worst job I ever had was cleaning dormitories at SIU, in Carbondale. People can be real slobs. The way we communicate is changing, the web, facebook, twitter. KSOO radio is adapting and adding those methods to keep you informed about local news. We hope you will join and stay with us...
Hell Hath No Fury Like The Tea Party Wronged
The Tea Party has created a "Primaries for Traitors" Fund against the 87 House Republicans who voted to end the shutdown, raise the debt ceiling, and put the government back to work.
Some Officials Urge No Action on NE/S.D. Conservation Project
Some Nebraska and South Dakota federal elected officials have sent a letter to the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service, urging "no action" be taken on the "Ponca Bluffs Conservation Area Project."
South Dakota Big Game Review Now Public
The firm hired by Governor Daugaard to study, analyze, and make recommendations on Big Game Management in South Dakota has released their report.
Speaker of the House John Boehner, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Need to Resign Follow…
It is time for Speaker of the House John Boehner, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to resign.
Wanted: More Registered Voters in South Dakota
September 24th is National Voter Registration Day in South Dakota.
Shantel Krebs Announces Bid for Secretary Of State
Shantel Krebs, State Senator from Dist. 10, north of Sioux Falls, is seeking the Republican nomination for South Dakota Secretary of State.
Substantial Cuts to Nutrition Programs Coming In November
According to Cathy Brechelsbauer, South Dakota volunteer coordinator of Bread for the World, residents on SNAP(food stamps) will experience benefit cuts starting in November.
State Landmark Getting Fixed
The Harney Peak Lookout Tower in the Black Hills is receiving much needed "tender loving care."
The Bug Invasion Continues
Earlier this week, there was a fruit fly found in Southeast South Dakota, now we are being asked to find and count stink bugs.
Rhoden Promises Only Two Terms If Elected The First Time
South Dakota Senate Republican Candidate Larry Rhoden has signed two more pledges.