Stories Behind the Stories: An Evening with Kevin and Terry Woster

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Charlies M. Ray & Lee Strubinger

Friday September 30th two of the state’s longest working journalists, and brothers, Terry and Kevin Woster shared behind-the-scenes stories from their careers. They spoke about the Wounded Knee occupation, Governor Bill Janklow, and the ins and outs of the state legislature over the last four decades. The Woster brothers shared their stories to raise funds for the Black Hills Knowledge Network to digitize historic South Dakota documents and photographs in the Minnilusa Pioneer Museum.  To listen to Lee Strubinger's interviews with Terry & Kevin goto  sdpb.listen.org.

Stories Behind the Stories: An Evening with Kevin and Terry Woster

 

 

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