Friday Morning's Lunar Event Only Comes Around Once in a Blue Moon

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South Dakota Space Grant Consortium Deputy Director Thomas Durkin explains the terminology, viewing tips, and what can truly make a moon turn blue. 

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'The Interview' Is Coming To Sioux Falls

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The West Mall-7 Theater in Sioux Falls is going show the controversial film "The Interview," starting on Wednesday Dec. 31.

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