Frank Carroll is with the planning and public relations staff for the Black Hills National Forest. He talks about the fire situation in Coal Canyon in the wake of the death of Trampus Haskvitz, who died fighting the fire.
Heidi Hartmann is with the Institute for Women's Policy Research. She discusses the growing gap between women's and men's employment.
Black hills State University Professor David Wolff talks about how the Civil War affected Black Hills history. The Historic Adams House is holding an event that is happening this Friday.
This weekend, Rolland VanDerPol's life-long collection of more than 120 tractors and nearly 100 vehicles is being auctioned. Yvette VanDerBrink is handling the auction. She tells about the history of the vehicles involved in the sale.
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