News Author: Hub City Radio Staff

Schools working on their budget for 2022-2023 year

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- School districts through out South Dakota are starting to put together their budgets for the next academic year. That will include a six percent increase in state aid approved by the legislature this year. Wade Pogany, Executive Director of the Associated School Boards, says they are relieved that made it through the session.… Read more »

Schools working on their budget for 2022-2023 year

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- School districts through out South Dakota are starting to put together their budgets for the next academic year. That will include a six percent increase in state aid approved by the legislature this year. Wade Pogany, Executive Director of the Associated School Boards, says they are relieved that made it through the session.… Read more »

Congressman Johnson talks about the cattle industry

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- South Dakota Congressman Dusty Johnson, a member of the House Committee on Agriculture, says his team is taking cattle country to DC. That bipartisan bill aims to “ease regulatory barriers and offer USDA meat processing grants for small processors looking to expand,” and was ultimately largely included in a President Biden executive… Read more »

Congressman Johnson talks about the cattle industry

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- South Dakota Congressman Dusty Johnson, a member of the House Committee on Agriculture, says his team is taking cattle country to DC. That bipartisan bill aims to “ease regulatory barriers and offer USDA meat processing grants for small processors looking to expand,” and was ultimately largely included in a President Biden executive… Read more »

Yankton prepping for the federal dollars coming in

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- The City of Yankton will receive multi-millions of dollars in grants and low interest loans for several water and wastewater related projects. City Manager Amy Leon says they got all they had applied for. Leon says they will also get over fifteen million dollars in low interest loans for related pipeline projects. It… Read more »

Yankton prepping for the federal dollars coming in

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- The City of Yankton will receive multi-millions of dollars in grants and low interest loans for several water and wastewater related projects. City Manager Amy Leon says they got all they had applied for. Leon says they will also get over fifteen million dollars in low interest loans for related pipeline projects. It… Read more »

A report show South Dakota will be seeing increased cases of Alzeimer’s Disease

SOUTH DAKOTA(WNAX)- A recent report from the Alzheimer’s Association shows that South Dakota will see an eleven percent increase in the number of people affected over the next five years and has the highest death rate in the country. Leslie Morrow, Executive Director of the state chapter, says that shows the need to support research.… Read more »

A report show South Dakota will be seeing increased cases of Alzeimer’s Disease

SOUTH DAKOTA(WNAX)- A recent report from the Alzheimer’s Association shows that South Dakota will see an eleven percent increase in the number of people affected over the next five years and has the highest death rate in the country. Leslie Morrow, Executive Director of the state chapter, says that shows the need to support research.… Read more »

Fire taking place in Black Hawk Thursday

BLACK HAWK, S.D.(KBHB) – Fire departments from around the area responded to a large structure fire off Sturgis Road in Black Hawk Thursday afternoon. The three alarm fire began at Riss & Associates Cabinets and Casework and spread to a neighboring building; Cameron Ashley Products. It brought in firefighters from several communities as they battled… Read more »

Fire taking place in Black Hawk Thursday

BLACK HAWK, S.D.(KBHB) – Fire departments from around the area responded to a large structure fire off Sturgis Road in Black Hawk Thursday afternoon. The three alarm fire began at Riss & Associates Cabinets and Casework and spread to a neighboring building; Cameron Ashley Products. It brought in firefighters from several communities as they battled… Read more »

Inflation to eventually become a factor in Mid American economy

OMAHA, N.E.(WNAX)- Rapidly changing issues will have a big impact on the Mid America economy over the next few months. Creighton University economics professor Ernie Goss says inflation will be one of the big drivers. Goss says businesses will have other disruptions. Goss says there will be a number of trends to watch. Goss coordinates… Read more »

Inflation to eventually become a factor in Mid American economy

OMAHA, N.E.(WNAX)- Rapidly changing issues will have a big impact on the Mid America economy over the next few months. Creighton University economics professor Ernie Goss says inflation will be one of the big drivers. Goss says businesses will have other disruptions. Goss says there will be a number of trends to watch. Goss coordinates… Read more »

Congressman Johnson comments on his record against the challenger Taffy Howard

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- Congressman Dusty Johnson, representing South Dakota’s at-large Congressional district, faces a primary challenge from State Representative Taffy Howard. When asked to address the Rapid City Republican, Johnson said. Johnson pointed to his record of conservatism over his first terms. Johnson also pointed to those that surround him. Howard has said she believes… Read more »

Congressman Johnson comments on his record against the challenger Taffy Howard

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- Congressman Dusty Johnson, representing South Dakota’s at-large Congressional district, faces a primary challenge from State Representative Taffy Howard. When asked to address the Rapid City Republican, Johnson said. Johnson pointed to his record of conservatism over his first terms. Johnson also pointed to those that surround him. Howard has said she believes… Read more »

South Dakota Board of Water & Natural Resources approves over $1 billion for water projects

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The South Dakota Board of Water and Natural Resources has approved over one point one billion dollars in funding for over ninety water and wastewater projects across the state. Department of Ag and Natural Resources Secretary Hunter Roberts says its applying huge amounts of federal funding. Roberts says these are long life investments.… Read more »

South Dakota Board of Water & Natural Resources approves over $1 billion for water projects

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The South Dakota Board of Water and Natural Resources has approved over one point one billion dollars in funding for over ninety water and wastewater projects across the state. Department of Ag and Natural Resources Secretary Hunter Roberts says its applying huge amounts of federal funding. Roberts says these are long life investments.… Read more »

Lewis & Clark using federal funds to expand water production capabilities

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- While the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System will get over ninety million dollars in federal funding this year for construction of the pipeline backbone, they are also planning for an expansion of their water production capabilities. Executive Director Troy Larson says they are moving on upgrading their water plant. Larson says the… Read more »

Lewis & Clark using federal funds to expand water production capabilities

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- While the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System will get over ninety million dollars in federal funding this year for construction of the pipeline backbone, they are also planning for an expansion of their water production capabilities. Executive Director Troy Larson says they are moving on upgrading their water plant. Larson says the… Read more »

Rapid City man setting up youth camps on the north end of town

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- With violence and mental health at the forefront of many minds, the question of what to do about the problem remains without a clear answer. One Rapid City man, Delaney Apple, has started organizing camps for youth in North Rapid – in the heart of one of the communities’ most troubled neighborhoods.… Read more »

Rapid City man setting up youth camps on the north end of town

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- With violence and mental health at the forefront of many minds, the question of what to do about the problem remains without a clear answer. One Rapid City man, Delaney Apple, has started organizing camps for youth in North Rapid – in the heart of one of the communities’ most troubled neighborhoods.… Read more »