Here Comes the Sun

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Watching the solar eclipse in South Dakota with amateur astronomer Frank Belinskey.

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Senator Thune Discusses Advancements In Technology At South Dakota Tech Conference

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One of the priority topics during his speech was technology in rural South Dakota. He discussed the importance of technology advancements in all parts of the state, not just urban areas.

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Sowing Seeds of Discovery: NASA's Quest to Reach Mars by 2030

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Jason Crusan wants you to know today's NASA is not your grandparents' space program.

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IMAGES OF THE PAST Trails, Rails & Roads of the Black Hills

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The history of blazing byways and bridges through tricky topography.

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Just hand up when scammers make the call

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Just Hang Up - or don’t even answer the phone is the best advice when persist and aggressive scammers call. And call. And call.

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Six Tips For Taking Phone Pictures of Fireworks

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The 4th of July is just a few days away, and many people will spend the holiday shooting off fireworks to celebrate America’s independence. In today’s world, it’s common for people to take photos of anything and everything. This includes taking photos of fireworks on the 4th of July.

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Giving an Underwater Ultrasound to a Manta Ray

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At the Charaumi Aquarium in Okinawa vet and inventor Dr. Keiichi Ueda performs an underwater ultrasound on a manta ray to find out if she’s pregnant. It’s not an easy task as manta rays have to keep swimming to breathe.

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Innovation

Innovation: Biotechnology Businesses, Biodegradable Plastics, Dr. K.

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Innovation: Batten Disease, Asphalt, The 1972 Rapid City Forecast

Bryan is a father of two children who have recently been diagnosed with Batten Disease. This is a fatal, inherited...

Innovation: Drug Trial May Offer Cancer Treatment Options

A national study examines whether medication approved for one cancer treats other forms of the disease. Sanford...

Innovation: World Programming Finals In RC

The world final of a computer programming competition is coming to Rapid City. The International Collegiate...

Innovation: Considering Culture In Genomics

Each person has different biological traits based on family lineage, and scientists are finding certain cultures and ethnic groups have unique biological traits. That...

Tech Radio

Techradio September 15

Join Host Kent Osborne as a panel of tech pundits tackle listener calls and discuss the latest rollout of Apple...

Sept 1 Techradio feat. the Computer Guys

In today's show we talk about Apple's 11th hour Net Neutrality comments. We talk new phones, and the ever changing...

Tech Radio 7/14/17

Will Bushee and Heather Benson join the regulars for talk of Tokens, Mark Zuckerberg's visit to South Dakota, all...

TechRadio: E3 Expo, Amazon news, and more 6/16/17

On today's show we hosted a post E3 Expo wrap up from Los Angeles by Mark Diischer, a Sioux Falls resident who...

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