News Author: Hub City Radio Staff

Recap of District 1 Candidate Forum held Saturday

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- On Saturday morning the candidates running for the District 1 House & Senate seats held a forum at NSU.  The candidates for the Senate seat are the incumbent Michael Rohl  & his challengers Republican Joe Donnell & Independent Susan Wismer.  The candidates for the House seats are incumbent Republican Tamara St. John, incumbent… Read more »

Recap of District 1 Candidate Forum held Saturday

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- On Saturday morning the candidates running for the District 1 House & Senate seats held a forum at NSU.  The candidates for the Senate seat are the incumbent Michael Rohl  & his challengers Republican Joe Donnell & Independent Susan Wismer.  The candidates for the House seats are incumbent Republican Tamara St. John, incumbent… Read more »

Recap of District 3 Candidate Forum held Saturday

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- On Saturday morning the candidates running for the District 3 House & Senate seats held a forum at NSU.  The candidates for the Senate seat are the incumbent Al Novstrup & his challenger Rachel Dix(both Republicans).  The candidates for the House seats are incumbent Carl Perry, incumbent Kaleb Weis(who’s changing districts from 2… Read more »

Recap of District 3 Candidate Forum held Saturday

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- On Saturday morning the candidates running for the District 3 House & Senate seats held a forum at NSU.  The candidates for the Senate seat are the incumbent Al Novstrup & his challenger Rachel Dix(both Republicans).  The candidates for the House seats are incumbent Carl Perry, incumbent Kaleb Weis(who’s changing districts from 2… Read more »

Aberdeen Community Concert Association Presenting Daniel Narducci in Concert

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- The Aberdeen Community Concert Association is closing their 2021-22 Season with a great concert and a special offer for the upcoming 2022-23 Season! On Thursday, May 19 at 7:00 pm Baritone Daniel Narducci will present his “Timeless Broadway Concert at the Harvey & Cynthia Jewett Theatre in the Johnson Fine Art Center… Read more »

Aberdeen Community Concert Association Presenting Daniel Narducci in Concert

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- The Aberdeen Community Concert Association is closing their 2021-22 Season with a great concert and a special offer for the upcoming 2022-23 Season! On Thursday, May 19 at 7:00 pm Baritone Daniel Narducci will present his “Timeless Broadway Concert at the Harvey & Cynthia Jewett Theatre in the Johnson Fine Art Center… Read more »

Governor Kristi Noem declares a State of Emergency following Thursday night’s windstorm

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- Following the windstorm that hit eastern South Dakota especially those along I-29 from Sisseton down south to Sioux Falls and Yankton, Governor Noem has declared a state of emergency. Governor Noem called the event unprecedented. Governor Noem credits the first responders for their quick responses to the situation. Governor Noem explains what… Read more »

Governor Kristi Noem declares a State of Emergency following Thursday night’s windstorm

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- Following the windstorm that hit eastern South Dakota especially those along I-29 from Sisseton down south to Sioux Falls and Yankton, Governor Noem has declared a state of emergency. Governor Noem called the event unprecedented. Governor Noem credits the first responders for their quick responses to the situation. Governor Noem explains what… Read more »

Eastern South Dakota hit hard with the Wall of Wind

SOUTH DAKOTA(KMIT & KJJQ)- A squall line of powerful storms battered Eastern South Dakota Thursday evening. Meteorologist Ray Miller of Weatherology talks about the town of Castlewood was hit by a tornado and suffered extensive damage. Miller discuss the line of storms ranging from North Dakota all the way down to Kansas border. Damage is… Read more »

Eastern South Dakota hit hard with the Wall of Wind

SOUTH DAKOTA(KMIT & KJJQ)- A squall line of powerful storms battered Eastern South Dakota Thursday evening. Meteorologist Ray Miller of Weatherology talks about the town of Castlewood was hit by a tornado and suffered extensive damage. Miller discuss the line of storms ranging from North Dakota all the way down to Kansas border. Damage is… Read more »

Summer study to look into juvenile justice

TRIPP, S.D.(WNAX)- South Dakota legislators didn’t make any progress this year in reforming juvenile justice systems. That now will be a summer study topic. Representative Caleb Finck of Tripp will chair that committee and says there are some programs that are working. Finck says he wants the committee to come up with positive changes. Finck… Read more »

Summer study to look into juvenile justice

TRIPP, S.D.(WNAX)- South Dakota legislators didn’t make any progress this year in reforming juvenile justice systems. That now will be a summer study topic. Representative Caleb Finck of Tripp will chair that committee and says there are some programs that are working. Finck says he wants the committee to come up with positive changes. Finck… Read more »

Federal Reserve Board raised interest rates by half point

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The Federal Reserve Board raised the prime interest rate last week by a half point in an attempt to slow down inflation. South Dakota Bankers Association President Karl Adam says the rate hike will make borrowing more expensive. Adam says it’s a balancing act for the Federal Reserve Board. Adam says the expectation… Read more »

Federal Reserve Board raised interest rates by half point

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The Federal Reserve Board raised the prime interest rate last week by a half point in an attempt to slow down inflation. South Dakota Bankers Association President Karl Adam says the rate hike will make borrowing more expensive. Adam says it’s a balancing act for the Federal Reserve Board. Adam says the expectation… Read more »

Rapid City Fire Department did training exercises near Hisega

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- The call of the great outdoors isn’t just for tourists, at least according to the Rapid City Fire Department. If you’ve been curious about the large emergency presence near Hisega this week, Tessa Jaeger, RCFD public information officer, says it’s a training exercise. Jaeger says it’s all about location. But when it… Read more »

Rapid City Fire Department did training exercises near Hisega

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- The call of the great outdoors isn’t just for tourists, at least according to the Rapid City Fire Department. If you’ve been curious about the large emergency presence near Hisega this week, Tessa Jaeger, RCFD public information officer, says it’s a training exercise. Jaeger says it’s all about location. But when it… Read more »

Yankton Fire Department dealt with a silo fire

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- Yankton firefighters have been dealing with an interesting challenge for several days. Assistant Fire Chief Larry Nickels. Nickels says they have been working at it for several days. Nickels says it’s a slow burning situation. Nickels says they were able to move in a heavy lifter to get a foam hose to the… Read more »

Yankton Fire Department dealt with a silo fire

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- Yankton firefighters have been dealing with an interesting challenge for several days. Assistant Fire Chief Larry Nickels. Nickels says they have been working at it for several days. Nickels says it’s a slow burning situation. Nickels says they were able to move in a heavy lifter to get a foam hose to the… Read more »

Flags at half-staff in honor of fallen Law Enforcement Officers and South Dakotans who died from COVID-19

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – Today, Governor Kristi Noem ordered that flags be flown at half-staff statewide immediately until sunset on Monday, May 16, 2022, in honor of South Dakota law enforcement officers who have fallen in the line of duty and the 2,917 South Dakotans who have perished from COVID-19. “South Dakotans have courage. Our… Read more »

Flags at half-staff in honor of fallen Law Enforcement Officers and South Dakotans who died from COVID-19

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – Today, Governor Kristi Noem ordered that flags be flown at half-staff statewide immediately until sunset on Monday, May 16, 2022, in honor of South Dakota law enforcement officers who have fallen in the line of duty and the 2,917 South Dakotans who have perished from COVID-19. “South Dakotans have courage. Our… Read more »