News Author: Hub City Radio Staff

Aberdeen Aqua Addicts reflect on the life of Casey Kulm

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- On Friday 27-year-old Casey Kulm lost his life following a motorcycle-pickup accident north of Aberdeen.  The Show Director of Aqua Addicts Todd Thorson reflected on his time with the team. Thorson talks about Kulm being a member since the age of 7. Kulm was set to marry Jasmine Schinkel in a couple of… Read more »

Aberdeen Aqua Addicts reflect on the life of Casey Kulm

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- On Friday 27-year-old Casey Kulm lost his life following a motorcycle-pickup accident north of Aberdeen.  The Show Director of Aqua Addicts Todd Thorson reflected on his time with the team. Thorson talks about Kulm being a member since the age of 7. Kulm was set to marry Jasmine Schinkel in a couple of… Read more »

Native Organizers Alliance responds to termination of Keystone XL pipeline

Washington, D.C.(Press Release)—TC Energy, developer of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, announced that it would not be moving forward with the project. The following statement from Judith LeBlanc (Caddo), director of Native Organizers Alliance, an organization dedicated to building a support network of Native leaders and grassroots organizers, can be quoted in-full or in-part. “The… Read more »

Native Organizers Alliance responds to termination of Keystone XL pipeline

Washington, D.C.(Press Release)—TC Energy, developer of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, announced that it would not be moving forward with the project. The following statement from Judith LeBlanc (Caddo), director of Native Organizers Alliance, an organization dedicated to building a support network of Native leaders and grassroots organizers, can be quoted in-full or in-part. “The… Read more »

SD PUC react to the closure of the Keystone XL pipeline

PHILIP, S.D.(KCCR)- The Keystone X-L pipeline will not be running through South Dakota.  T-C Energy announced Wednesday they are giving up on the project that was scheduled to cut across nine counties west of the Missouri River.  While the project is over, Public Utilities Commissioner Chris Nelson says the permit will remain in place. Nelson… Read more »

SD PUC react to the closure of the Keystone XL pipeline

PHILIP, S.D.(KCCR)- The Keystone X-L pipeline will not be running through South Dakota.  T-C Energy announced Wednesday they are giving up on the project that was scheduled to cut across nine counties west of the Missouri River.  While the project is over, Public Utilities Commissioner Chris Nelson says the permit will remain in place. Nelson… Read more »

Rapid City Police respond to shooting Thursday morning

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KBHB) – Rapid City Police responded to a shots fired call Thursday morning. Captain James Johns says they responded to the 1700 block of North Maple at approximately 5:00 a.m. to a call of shots fired. Calling it a ‘significant event,’ Johns says there are a lot of kids in the neighborhood and… Read more »

Rapid City Police respond to shooting Thursday morning

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KBHB) – Rapid City Police responded to a shots fired call Thursday morning. Captain James Johns says they responded to the 1700 block of North Maple at approximately 5:00 a.m. to a call of shots fired. Calling it a ‘significant event,’ Johns says there are a lot of kids in the neighborhood and… Read more »

Governor Noem announces new opportunities for South Dakota meat

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – Today, Governor Kristi Noem announced that certain South Dakota state-inspected meat processors will have the opportunity to ship their meat across state lines. South Dakota and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) have entered a Cooperative Interstate Shipping (CIS) agreement, which opens these new market opportunities… Read more »

Governor Noem announces new opportunities for South Dakota meat

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – Today, Governor Kristi Noem announced that certain South Dakota state-inspected meat processors will have the opportunity to ship their meat across state lines. South Dakota and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) have entered a Cooperative Interstate Shipping (CIS) agreement, which opens these new market opportunities… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 3 new COVID-19 related deaths

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 3 new COVID-related death, while active cases increased & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 2,026. The state had 23 new cases and 9 recoveries, increasing active infections to 230. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 3 new COVID-19 related deaths

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 3 new COVID-related death, while active cases increased & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 2,026. The state had 23 new cases and 9 recoveries, increasing active infections to 230. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus… Read more »

Abby Awards nominations now being accepted

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)-  Nomination are being taken for the 27th annual Abby Awards. Aberdeen Chamber President Gail Ochs visited the studios to talk more about it. Ochs talked about how to nominate a business. Ochs list the number of different categories any business is eligible for. Ochs highlights one of the newer awards, the Bridge Builder… Read more »

Abby Awards nominations now being accepted

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)-  Nomination are being taken for the 27th annual Abby Awards. Aberdeen Chamber President Gail Ochs visited the studios to talk more about it. Ochs talked about how to nominate a business. Ochs list the number of different categories any business is eligible for. Ochs highlights one of the newer awards, the Bridge Builder… Read more »

Drought conditions lead to lower than normal runoff of the Missouri River

OMAHA, N.E.(WNAX)- The ongoing dry and warm conditions across the northern plains are reflected in the runoff predictions into the Missouri River. Kevin Grode with the Corps of Engineers in Omaha says they have seen lower than normal runoff since last year. Grode says their overall runoff prediction will end up well below normal. Grode… Read more »

Drought conditions lead to lower than normal runoff of the Missouri River

OMAHA, N.E.(WNAX)- The ongoing dry and warm conditions across the northern plains are reflected in the runoff predictions into the Missouri River. Kevin Grode with the Corps of Engineers in Omaha says they have seen lower than normal runoff since last year. Grode says their overall runoff prediction will end up well below normal. Grode… Read more »

Economic growth to continue in the midwest with concerns

OMAHA, N.E.(WNAX)- Economic growth is expected to continue in the Mid America region, but there are some worries. Ernie Goss, an economics professor at Creighton University in Omaha, says he expects interest rate to react. Goss says the concern then is higher inflation. Goss says he expects the regional economy to get to a complete… Read more »

Economic growth to continue in the midwest with concerns

OMAHA, N.E.(WNAX)- Economic growth is expected to continue in the Mid America region, but there are some worries. Ernie Goss, an economics professor at Creighton University in Omaha, says he expects interest rate to react. Goss says the concern then is higher inflation. Goss says he expects the regional economy to get to a complete… Read more »

State seeing an increase in prebuilt Governors Houses

SPRINGFIELD, S.D.(WNAX)- A tight housing supply has increased interest in the prebuilt, Governors Houses. Those are built at Mike Durfee State Prison in Springfield and transported to sites across the state. Fred Binder coordinates the program for Planning District Three, a sixteen county area in southeast and southcentral South Dakota. He says there are some… Read more »

State seeing an increase in prebuilt Governors Houses

SPRINGFIELD, S.D.(WNAX)- A tight housing supply has increased interest in the prebuilt, Governors Houses. Those are built at Mike Durfee State Prison in Springfield and transported to sites across the state. Fred Binder coordinates the program for Planning District Three, a sixteen county area in southeast and southcentral South Dakota. He says there are some… Read more »