News Author: Kate Von Brook

Job outlook is good for university graduates

YANKTON, S.D. (WNAX) – As this spring’s university graduates head out into the world, most are able to find jobs in their areas of interest. Kasandra Girard is an employer relations advisor in the Academic and Planning Center at the University of South Dakota. She says more recruiting is done well ahead of graduation. Girard… Read more »

Job outlook is good for university graduates

YANKTON, S.D. (WNAX) – As this spring’s university graduates head out into the world, most are able to find jobs in their areas of interest. Kasandra Girard is an employer relations advisor in the Academic and Planning Center at the University of South Dakota. She says more recruiting is done well ahead of graduation. Girard… Read more »

Weather will continue to be wetter and cooler

YANKTON, S.D. (WNAX) – The trend appears to be wetter and cooler than normal for the week, month and summer. Nebraska State Climatologist Martha Shulski says heavy rain will spread across much of the northern plains for the next week. Shulski was featured on this month’s North Central regional climate webinar. She says that wet… Read more »

Weather will continue to be wetter and cooler

YANKTON, S.D. (WNAX) – The trend appears to be wetter and cooler than normal for the week, month and summer. Nebraska State Climatologist Martha Shulski says heavy rain will spread across much of the northern plains for the next week. Shulski was featured on this month’s North Central regional climate webinar. She says that wet… Read more »

Rounds discusses new bail out plan for ag producers

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WNAX) – The ongoing trade war with China will lead to another round of payments to ag producers caught in the middle. President Trump tweeted that it would be in the range of fifteen to twenty billion dollars.  South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds says it won’t cover all the losses… Rounds says the… Read more »

Rounds discusses new bail out plan for ag producers

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WNAX) – The ongoing trade war with China will lead to another round of payments to ag producers caught in the middle. President Trump tweeted that it would be in the range of fifteen to twenty billion dollars.  South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds says it won’t cover all the losses… Rounds says the… Read more »

Flooding continues throughout the region

YANKTON, SD (WNAX) – Rivers and streams across a wide area have been at flood or running high for some time and that will continue.  Wendy Pearson is with the National Weather Service Central Region Headquarters in Kansas City. Pearson says many states still have flood conditions. Pearson says flood risks will continue into summer.… Read more »

Flooding continues throughout the region

YANKTON, SD (WNAX) – Rivers and streams across a wide area have been at flood or running high for some time and that will continue.  Wendy Pearson is with the National Weather Service Central Region Headquarters in Kansas City. Pearson says many states still have flood conditions. Pearson says flood risks will continue into summer.… Read more »

Controlled substances will be among legislators topics

YANKTON, SD (WNAX) – Offenses connected to controlled substances will be among the summer study topics for South Dakota legislators. Senator Craig Kennedy of Yankton is Vice Chair of the committee and says they need some facts and figures when they start. Kennedy says they have seen prison inmate numbers rise rapidly. Kennedy says prison… Read more »

Controlled substances will be among legislators topics

YANKTON, SD (WNAX) – Offenses connected to controlled substances will be among the summer study topics for South Dakota legislators. Senator Craig Kennedy of Yankton is Vice Chair of the committee and says they need some facts and figures when they start. Kennedy says they have seen prison inmate numbers rise rapidly. Kennedy says prison… Read more »

South Dakota 2019 Leopold Winner Practices No Till

YANKTON, S.D. (WNAX) – South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem announced that Johnson Farms of Frankfort in Spink County has been selected for the 2019 South Dakota Leopold Conservation Award. The award recognizes private landowners who inspire others with their dedication to the land, water, and wildlife resources in their care. Brian Johnson says they practice… Read more »

South Dakota 2019 Leopold Winner Practices No Till

YANKTON, S.D. (WNAX) – South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem announced that Johnson Farms of Frankfort in Spink County has been selected for the 2019 South Dakota Leopold Conservation Award. The award recognizes private landowners who inspire others with their dedication to the land, water, and wildlife resources in their care. Brian Johnson says they practice… Read more »

Disaster funding bill waiting until Congress returns

YANKTON, S.D. (WNAX) – When Congress returns to Washington next week from their two-week break, the disaster funding bill will be waiting. The bill is hung up in the Senate over disagreements in how much and where federal dollars should be spent. South Dakota Congressman Dusty Johnson says it is a slow, frustrating process. Johnson… Read more »

Disaster funding bill waiting until Congress returns

YANKTON, S.D. (WNAX) – When Congress returns to Washington next week from their two-week break, the disaster funding bill will be waiting. The bill is hung up in the Senate over disagreements in how much and where federal dollars should be spent. South Dakota Congressman Dusty Johnson says it is a slow, frustrating process. Johnson… Read more »

National Guard training at the fairgrounds

Aberdeen, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – The Army National Guard will be doing training this coming Friday (5th), Saturday (6th), and Sunday (7th) at the Brown County Fairgrounds. This is important for the public to know because there will be artillery going off. Please do not call the Sheriff’s Office if you hear these loud booms. This… Read more »

National Guard training at the fairgrounds

Aberdeen, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – The Army National Guard will be doing training this coming Friday (5th), Saturday (6th), and Sunday (7th) at the Brown County Fairgrounds. This is important for the public to know because there will be artillery going off. Please do not call the Sheriff’s Office if you hear these loud booms. This… Read more »

Snow effecting producer’s calving season

STURGIS, S.D. (Press Release) – As cities and towns work on clearing roads in the aftermath of this week’s blizzard, producers are out checking on livestock. It is calving season for many, and newborn calves need protection from the stress spring weather can bring. Some area producers are sharing videos and photos of heavy drifting… Read more »

Snow effecting producer’s calving season

STURGIS, S.D. (Press Release) – As cities and towns work on clearing roads in the aftermath of this week’s blizzard, producers are out checking on livestock. It is calving season for many, and newborn calves need protection from the stress spring weather can bring. Some area producers are sharing videos and photos of heavy drifting… Read more »

Many roads are still impassable

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Many roads throughout South Dakota are still impassable. State Highway Trooper Berndt gives us more detail on the situation. Highway 12 west of Bowdle is completely blocked as of now. The Department of Transportation is working as quickly and efficiently as they can. For updated road reports, check www.safetravelusa.com/sd/.

Many roads are still impassable

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Many roads throughout South Dakota are still impassable. State Highway Trooper Berndt gives us more detail on the situation. Highway 12 west of Bowdle is completely blocked as of now. The Department of Transportation is working as quickly and efficiently as they can. For updated road reports, check www.safetravelusa.com/sd/.