SDPB's Jenifer Jones looks at flooding in Day County. She talks about what is yet to come in the eastern part of the state.
Tom Curran is a South Dakota field office representative for the Army Corps of Engineers. He talks about how they are handling the flooding.
Also, The Rapid City Journal's Kevin Woster and Seth Tupper, of the Mitchell Daily Republic, make up this edition of the Dakota Political Junkie. They discuss the South Dakota Republican Party taking issue with Stephanie-Herseth Sandlin's arrangement with SDSU and Senator Tim Johnson's op-ed making his case for why his chairmanship of the banking committee is beneficial for the state.
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