Dakota Political Junkies, U.N. Visit, Girls Basketball Preview and History of the Blues
Dakota Midday - 03/07/2012
The Dakota Political Junkies, Denise Ross of the Mitchell Daily Republic and Jonathan Ellis of the Sioux Falls Argus Leader, discuss last night's Super Tuesday caucus in North Dakota and whether South Dakota's primary will have any significance in June. They also talk about a second possible challenger to Representative Kristi Noem in the Republican primary and look back at the 2012 South Dakota Legislature.
In a pre-recorded interview, Karl Gehrke visits with Rapid City educators and activists Dorothy Brewick and Suzan Nolan who attended the United Nations' 56th Conference of the Commission on the Status of Women.
The Girls State Basketball Tournaments begin tomorrow in Brookings (AA), Spearfish (A) and Huron (B). KWSN Radio's Craig Mattick, who will be covering the State B for SDPB-TV and Steve Thum of SDPB-TV, who will be covering the State AA, preview the three tournaments.
And, in the final segment, Black Hills State University Professor Paul Kopco discusses the history of blues music. He'll speak tomorrow during "Preservation Thursday" at the Adams Museum in Deadwood as part of a series highlighting American roots music.
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