Dakota Life : The Arts

Posted by SDPB

Dakota Life focuses on South Dakota artists in February.

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'Little House,' Big Demand: Never Underestimate Laura Ingalls Wilder

Posted by NPR

Demand for "Pioneer Girl," the new annotated autobiography of Laura Ingalls Wilder published by the South Dakota State Historical Society, exceeds expectations.

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NO COVER, NO MINIMUM Presents Jami Lynn

Posted by Ruth Bylander

One of South Dakota’s most dynamic voices will be featured as South Dakotan Jami Lynn stars in SDPB Television’s music series NO COVER, NO MINIMUM. The concert, recorded in December in SDPB’s Martin Busch Studio, airs on Saturday, Jan. 31, at 10pm (9 MT).

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Concussions in the NFL: How Worried are You?

Posted by PBS Frontline

For football fans everywhere, the NFL’s concussion crisis has raised some uncomfortable questions about what it means to love a sport that’s been shown to cause lasting harm to its players. The league’s ratings continue to enjoy near-record highs, yet at the same time, scientific research increasingly suggests that football can lead to a wide range of long-term brain conditions.

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TEMPLES OF JUSTICE

Posted by South Dakota Public Broadcasting

It’s a tale of scalawags and scoundrels; history and mystery. Temples of Justice explores the rich history of South Dakota’s county courthouses. SDPB1 Television: Thursday, Feb. 26, 8pm (7 MT)

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Policy on Sexuality/Gender Identity in HS Activities: Bill Would Transfer Decision from SDHSAA to State Lawmakers

Posted by Nate Wek

Lawmakers in Pierre will soon discuss the authority of the South Dakota High School Activities Association over sexuality and/or gender identity policy as regards students participating in high school activities.

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SDHSAA Update January 28, 2015

Posted by Nate Wek

The South Dakota High School Activities Association update

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South Dakota Native January Jones Shares Photo Prior to SAG Awards

Posted by Nate Wek

South Dakota native and Hollywood actress January Jones, from the AMC television series Mad Men, got the public talking over the weekend. She posted a photo of herself from a Miss Teen South Dakota Pageant in the 1980’s.

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GoDaddy Will NOT Air "Lost Puppy" Super Bowl Commercial

Posted by Nate Wek

GoDaddy will NOT be airing their lost puppy commercial this Sunday during the Super Bowl, because Animal Rights Activists say it portrays animal cruelty.

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The Charles Nolin Monument and Film - Sturgis, 1932

Posted by Brian Gevik

A stone monument and film commemorate Charles "Red" Nolin, a pony mail carrier killed on the Deadwood Trail in 1876.

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Top Party Foods: What will you be enjoying on Super Bowl Sunday?

Posted by Nate Wek

Here are the top-10 party foods to help you prepare for Sunday's big game. What did we leave out?

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Health Insurance Marketplace Deadline Approaching

Posted by SDPB Radio

As of January 9th, just over 17,000 South Dakotans had enrolled in private health insurance plans through the state health insurance exchange. The deadline for people to sign up for through the Marketplace Open Enrollment is February 15th. 

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Super Bowl XLIX: Who wins, Patriots or Seahawks?

Posted by Nate Wek

The 2015 Super Bowl will bring together the Seattle Seahawks (12-4), who won the Super Bowl last year, and the New England Patriots (12-4). Both these teams are expected to make Super Bowl XLIX memorable. 

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Snowflake Safari

Posted by SDPB

Try this cool activity with your kids the next time it snows.

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NOVA Petra – Lost City of Stone

Posted by South Dakota Public Broadcasting

The ruins of Petra are still amazing in NOVA “Petra – Lost City of Stone.” SDPB1: Wednesday, Feb. 18, 8pm (7 MT)

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