News Year: 2021

South Dakota Highway Patrol offer safety tips for the holiday weekend

PIERRE, S.D.(KCCR)- The South Dakota Highway Patrol is gearing for the holiday driving season with Christmas and New Year’s approaching.  Trooper Karlea Larson says the extra traffic can cause extra distractions. The Highway Patrol will be joining forces this year with local law enforcement for the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign focusing on… Read more »

South Dakota Highway Patrol offer safety tips for the holiday weekend

PIERRE, S.D.(KCCR)- The South Dakota Highway Patrol is gearing for the holiday driving season with Christmas and New Year’s approaching.  Trooper Karlea Larson says the extra traffic can cause extra distractions. The Highway Patrol will be joining forces this year with local law enforcement for the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign focusing on… Read more »

75th Sturgis Rally Preparations

Recap of busy night at Sturgis City Council Monday night

STURGIS, S.D.(KBHB) – The Sturgis City Council met last night and had a busy agenda, with medical cannabis licenses, a lakeside Park presentation and re-districting being discussed. On the medical cannabis issue, the council held it’s lottery to award its two available licenses to those who applied. Sturgis City Attorney Mark Marshall says they received… Read more »

Recap of busy night at Sturgis City Council Monday night

75th Sturgis Rally Preparations

STURGIS, S.D.(KBHB) – The Sturgis City Council met last night and had a busy agenda, with medical cannabis licenses, a lakeside Park presentation and re-districting being discussed. On the medical cannabis issue, the council held it’s lottery to award its two available licenses to those who applied. Sturgis City Attorney Mark Marshall says they received… Read more »

Congressman Dusty Johnson honors Vietnam War Veterans in Sturgis

STURGIS, S.D.(KBHB) – Five Vietnam veterans received a hero’s salute Monday from South Dakota Congressman Dusty Johnson. At the Sturgis Veterans Club, Johnson presented five veterans their commemorative pin and the welcome home they didn’t get fifty years ago. The veterans shared their stories with Johnson about how they were treated upon arriving home from… Read more »

Congressman Dusty Johnson honors Vietnam War Veterans in Sturgis

STURGIS, S.D.(KBHB) – Five Vietnam veterans received a hero’s salute Monday from South Dakota Congressman Dusty Johnson. At the Sturgis Veterans Club, Johnson presented five veterans their commemorative pin and the welcome home they didn’t get fifty years ago. The veterans shared their stories with Johnson about how they were treated upon arriving home from… Read more »

A Prairie Christmas program to air Saturday on KSDN

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.(DakotaNewsNow)-  A Prairie Christmas program will be airing this Saturday on KSDN 930AM/102.1FM. The host of the program, Jeff Gould appeared on DakotaNewsNow Monday to talk more about it. Gould talks what it’s like to do the program on the radio. Gould told DakotaNewsNow that the programs is more than just giving stories… Read more »

A Prairie Christmas program to air Saturday on KSDN

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.(DakotaNewsNow)-  A Prairie Christmas program will be airing this Saturday on KSDN 930AM/102.1FM. The host of the program, Jeff Gould appeared on DakotaNewsNow Monday to talk more about it. Gould talks what it’s like to do the program on the radio. Gould told DakotaNewsNow that the programs is more than just giving stories… Read more »

Safe driving a priority during holidays

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – South Dakota’s Department of Public Safety reminds people to make safe driving a priority during this holiday season. Col. Rick Miller, superintendent of the Highway Patrol, said those who are traveling need to focus on their driving first and think about holiday activities later. “It is easy to get distracted with everything… Read more »

Safe driving a priority during holidays

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – South Dakota’s Department of Public Safety reminds people to make safe driving a priority during this holiday season. Col. Rick Miller, superintendent of the Highway Patrol, said those who are traveling need to focus on their driving first and think about holiday activities later. “It is easy to get distracted with everything… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 11 new COVID-19 related deaths

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 11 new COVID-related deaths, while active cases & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 2,449. The state had 762 new cases and 994 recoveries, decreasing active infections to 7,093. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus is… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 11 new COVID-19 related deaths

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 11 new COVID-related deaths, while active cases & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 2,449. The state had 762 new cases and 994 recoveries, decreasing active infections to 7,093. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus is… Read more »

ACLU of South Dakota opposes Noem’s proposed classroom censorship legislation

SOUTH DAKOTA(Press Release)- Every student should have the right to receive an equitable education and have an open and honest dialogue about America’s history. That’s why the ACLU of South Dakota opposes Gov. Kristi Noem’s proposed legislation that would censor academic discussions about American history and race and sex in South Dakota public school classrooms.… Read more »

ACLU of South Dakota opposes Noem’s proposed classroom censorship legislation

SOUTH DAKOTA(Press Release)- Every student should have the right to receive an equitable education and have an open and honest dialogue about America’s history. That’s why the ACLU of South Dakota opposes Gov. Kristi Noem’s proposed legislation that would censor academic discussions about American history and race and sex in South Dakota public school classrooms.… Read more »

Governor Noem announces legislation blocking Critical Race Theory

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – On Monday, Governor Kristi Noem released the text of draft legislation to block Critical Race Theory (CRT) as the basis of education for South Dakota students. “Americans believe ‘all men are created equal,’ and we also believe the American dream is available to all regardless of race, color, or national origin,”… Read more »

Governor Noem announces legislation blocking Critical Race Theory

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – On Monday, Governor Kristi Noem released the text of draft legislation to block Critical Race Theory (CRT) as the basis of education for South Dakota students. “Americans believe ‘all men are created equal,’ and we also believe the American dream is available to all regardless of race, color, or national origin,”… Read more »

Mount Marty President talks about how the school handles diversity

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- Public universities have been struggling with defining diversity and opportunity, especially for minority students. Private schools don’t have those same issues. Mark Long, President of Mount Marty University in Yankton says their mission is very clear. Long says there are advantages to being a faith based university. Long says they have found a… Read more »

Mount Marty President talks about how the school handles diversity

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- Public universities have been struggling with defining diversity and opportunity, especially for minority students. Private schools don’t have those same issues. Mark Long, President of Mount Marty University in Yankton says their mission is very clear. Long says there are advantages to being a faith based university. Long says they have found a… Read more »

SD Board of Regents dealing with SB55 & Opportunity Centers

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The South Dakota Board of Regents has been dealing with the results of the “SB55” study, and changes on campuses to “Opportunity Centers.” Regents Executive Director Brian Maher told legislators there is a clear difference between the “SB55” study and on campus issues with Opportunity Centers. Maher says public meetings at a couple… Read more »

SD Board of Regents dealing with SB55 & Opportunity Centers

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The South Dakota Board of Regents has been dealing with the results of the “SB55” study, and changes on campuses to “Opportunity Centers.” Regents Executive Director Brian Maher told legislators there is a clear difference between the “SB55” study and on campus issues with Opportunity Centers. Maher says public meetings at a couple… Read more »