This episode of Dakota Midday is hosted by Cara Hetland.
It starts with a legislative update from Jackelyn Severin in Pierre.
Next, State Representatives Thomas Brunner and Bernie Hunhoff shed light on HB 1234. They discuss their parties' differences on education in this year's legislature.
Also, Dr. Judith Peterson is a Sioux Falls physician. She talks about ACL injuries in young athletes, ACL injuries as a public health issue and exercises to avoid injuries.
And, Jason Haug is Historic Preservation Director for the South Dakota State Historical Society. He talks about two buildings in the state that have just been added to the National Register of Historic Places. Haug tells why the St. Therese Hall in Marty and the Hardy Ranger Station in Lawrence County made the list.Click here to listen to .mp3 (Mobile Devices)
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