"Home on the Range"

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Kyle Evans performs the cowboy song, "Home on the Range" as part of the SDPB program Spirit of the Cowboy, that originally aired in 1989.

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John Waldron Memorial

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In June 2016, Pierre residents gathered at the airport to memorialize World War II Pilot John Waldron, a Ft. Pierre resident who was killed at the Battle of Midway.

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November's Dakota Life Honors Heroes!

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With Veteran's Day right around the corner, SDPB is proud to give you the story of 2 World War II Heroes. John Wilkinson was a RAF pilot and now resides in Spearfish, SD. He shared his story with independent producer John Mollison. Fort Pierre resident John Waldron was a pilot killed during the Battle of Midway. Today, the bridge that connects Ft. Pierre and Pierre is named in his honor.

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Catch a new season of Dakota Life!

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Tune into SDPB1 tonight at 8PM/7MT for a new season of Dakota Life! Paddle along with the South Dakota Kayak Challenge, toss bean bags - State Tournament style - in Mitchell, dig up the past at an archaeology camp, saddle up at a rodeo and take a tour of a missile silo.

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Tune in May 5th @ 8/7MT for a new episode of Dakota Life

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See how Yankton is happily dealing with folks who enjoy two wheeling, discover how one man’s dream set a standard for young children exploring the world on two wheels, check out a growing business in Spearfish where a couple pedals their produce, plus, cast away at a high school bass tournament on Lake Mitchell.

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She Walked By Faith, Not By Sight

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Tune in March 3rd at 8PM/7MT and learn the story of Jenny Peterson, who lost her vision in the late 1970's and regained it 30 years later.

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February's Dakota Life

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Tune in to SDPB 1 tonight at 8PM/7 MT for a new episode of Dakota Life.

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January's Dakota Life features -- Christmas at the Capitol

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Be sure to tune in January 7th at 8PM (CT) for a new episode of Dakota Life

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South Dakota Kid

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Shane Van Boening from Rapid City was featured on Dakota Life in 2014.

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Sustainable Trends in Agriculture

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November's Dakota Life program takes a look at some sustainable trends in South Dakota's Agriculture.

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Cowboy Up with Dakota Life

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Coming up on this episode of Dakota Life, we Cowboy Up! Get your trigger finger ready for a quick draw competition in Mitchell, Saddle up for the Scottie Stampede, Learn what it takes to succeed at the SD high school rodeo finals, Hit the trail for an old west wagon train ride on the Cheyenne River reservation Plus, celebrate western traditions in Fort Pierre

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Heikes Family Farm

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The November 2015 episode of Dakota Life featured stories about sustainable agricultural trends in South Dakota. One of the segments told the story about Heikes Family Farms in Vermillion. You can learn more about their award winning Community Supported Agriculture farm by visiting their website: http://www.heikesfamilyfarm.com/

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She Walked By Faith, Not By Sight

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Last season on Dakota Life, we featured a story about Jenny Martz Peterson's miraculous journey of losing her sight and regaining it 34 years later. Jenny has chronicled her story in a book that can be found by visiting her website: http://www.shewalkedbyfaith.com/

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January Dakota Life Program

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Tune in January 7th for a new episode of Dakota Life. This new episode features museums and other interesting relics from the past! Segments include: Finding C Company, Murrow Collection at the W.H. Over Museum, SiouxLand Heritage Museum and the story behind the Christmas Trees at the State Capitol.

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The Eagle Butte to Isabel Wagon Train

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3 days and 30 miles across the Cheyenne Indian Reservation.

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