This edition of Dakota Midday starts with a conversation with SDPB's Stephanie Rissler who updates us on the latest developments at the state legislature.
Host Paul Guggenheimer interviews civil rights activist Joanne Bland who is the co-founder and former director of the National Voting Rights Museum and Institute in Selma, Alabama. She's giving a presentation at Briar Cliff University on Martin Luther King Day. She discusses the presentation and her involvement with civil rights.
Bruce Junek has traveled the world with his wife Tass Thacker. Together, they are presenting a show that opens tonight at the Dahl Arts Center called "Bruce & Tass Unplugged."
Rapid City Rush General Manager Tim Hill talks about taking on the CHL All-Stars in Rapid City.
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