Where Do We Go from Here?

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The August discussion features recent High School Graduates who will share their vision of a future in the Black Hills or why they will seek a career elsewhere.

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TAKE A BREAK WITH A GOOD BOOK!

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Didn’t Have Time for a Vacation this Summer? The Library of Congress Offers Advice on How to Get Away with a Good Book through “THE GREAT AMERICAN READ.”

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#SDGreatRead: Paula Gordon

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The Great American Read is a summer-long project that will delve into the 100 books that have shaped America. SDPB is asking South Dakotans from across the state to sit down and share their favorite books with us. Paula Gordon shares here.

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So You Think You Know Your SoDak Trivia?

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As we travel across South Dakota for our upcoming Vanished South Dakota documentary, we are learning many fun and interesting facts along the way. See if you know some of the more obscure trivia from these lost towns!

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Mato Wayuhi: New single "Stone Cold Lover" from Part-Time Indian

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Mato Wayuhi, named by NPR as a Tiny Desk Concert 2018 Favorite, is dropping an album and offered SDPB the first single, “Stone Cold Lover.”

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#SDGreatRead: Katherine Eberline

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The Great American Read is a summer-long project that will delve into the 100 books that have shaped America. SDPB is asking South Dakotans from across the state to sit down and share their favorite books with us. Katherine Eberline shares here.

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20 Years of Wait Wait

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Tune in to SDPB Radio as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the beloved weekly hour-long quiz program Wait Wait... Don’t Tell Me! with a series of major live shows in 2018.

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Get Schooled

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In the year she’s been covering education stories for SDPB, reporter Jackie Hendry has quickly learned how education issues permeate other topics. Hendry’s education stories have her traveling throughout the state to showcase South Dakota’s students.

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Speaking with Myron Pourier

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At least once a week, Myron Pourier (Oglala Lakota) hikes the 7,242-foot-high granite mountain that, since August 2016, has born his great-great grandfather’s name - Black Elk Peak or Heȟáka Sápa. “I go up there and I pray, usually with my son or by myself,” says Pourier from his home in Porcupine.

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SDPB: South Dakota's Classroom - Helping All Students Succeed

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His bubbling cauldrons of dry ice, unpoppable balloons and hair-raising static enthrall crowds from the Outdoor Campus in Sioux Falls to the Lakota Nations Invitational in Rapid City. “Whattya’ll think? One more?” Rokusek pretends to ask rabbles of open-mouthed kids swarming his knees - knowing the kiddos will only roar for more: more perilous plates, more toilet paper, more science.

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#SDGreatRead: John Fishback

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The Great American Read is a summer-long project that will delve into the 100 books that have shaped America. SDPB is asking South Dakotans from across the state to sit down and share their favorite books with us. John Fishback shares here.

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#SDGreatRead: Joel Price

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The Great American Read is a summer-long project that will delve into the 100 books that have shaped America. SDPB is asking South Dakotans from across the state to sit down and share their favorite books with us. Joel Price shares here.

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#SDGreatRead: Jessie Currier

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The Great American Read is a summer-long project that will delve into the 100 books that have shaped America. SDPB is asking South Dakotans from across the state to sit down and share their favorite books with us. Jessie Currier shares here.

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Vanished South Dakota: Our Inspiration

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SDPB's upcoming Vanished South Dakota documentary was inspired by the public feedback for a Dakota Life short we aired in 2017. It is through the support and ideas from our members that great things can come to life--Thank you!

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Vanished South Dakota: The List (In Progress!)

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As we put together our game plan for the Vanished South Dakota documentary, a list of towns is emerging that includes well-known and not-so-well-known spots across our state.

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