SDPB Recognized for High School Rodeo Coverage

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SDPB was formally recognized by the South Dakota High School Rodeo Association Board of Directors for SDPB’s commitment to high school rodeo.

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Susie Hanson is New Host of All Things Considered

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A familiar voice delivering South Dakota news during All Things Considered, as SDPB Program Director Susie Hanson steps in as local host of All Things Considered.

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SDPB's Summer with the Symphony

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SDPB’s Summer with the Symphony returns to bring you highlights from the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, the Black Hills Symphony Orchestra, and other orchestral delights.

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Leaving Redfield for a Brighter Future

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A new documentary on the remarkable movement to transition South Dakota’s individuals with developmental disabilities back into communities.

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2019 NPR Tiny Desk: Six Mile Road

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SDPB local favorite from the 2019 NPR Tiny Desk entries, Six Mile Road!

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2019 NPR Tiny Desk: Back Alley

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One of SDPB's local favorites from the 2019 NPR Tiny Desk entries, Back Alley.

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2019 NPR Tiny Desk: WJazz and Friends

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A feature on Jazz Nightly, WJazz's 2019 NPR Tiny Desk entry was a hit in our office, making it one of our chosen local favorites.

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2019 NPR Tiny Desk: My Second Rodeo

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My Second Rodeo's 2019 NPR Tiny Desk entry, "Allie-Oh" was chosen as one of SDPB's local favorites. Take a listen!

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2019 NPR Tiny Desk: Kimberley Kaye

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Kimberly Kaye was chosen as one of our local favorites from this year's NPR Tiny Desk entrants.

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Leaving Redfield's Paul Higbee

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The new SDPB documentary Leaving Redfield explores the progress from forced segregation of people with intellectual disabilities to a greater focus on all people living meaningful lives as they define them. Writer Paul Higbee joined us on In the Moment to speak about this project.

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Where Have You Gone, Catfishin' Roy Groves?

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South Dakota turns it lonely eyes to you.

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Outdoors: Botany Canyon and Frog City

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Two lesser known trails a short drive from Rapid City.

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Vanished South Dakota: East River Screening Schedule

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It's going to be a busy summer on the road as we pack in 7 advance screenings of our upcoming Vanished South Dakota documentary.

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WWII Documentary Features Marcella LeBeau of Eagle Butte.

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“Angels in Our Midst” that focuses on World War II American nurses who participated in the D-Day Invasion and the European Theater. Marcella Ryan LeBeau, a member of the Two Kettle Band, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, from Eagle Butte, South Dakota is one of the nurses featured in the film.

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2019 SDPB Tiny Desk Local Favorites

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We've gathered up a few of our local favorite entries from the 2019 NPR Tiny Desk Contest.

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