If you’ve listened to me over the last several years you’re probably asking yourself, “how long has he been on the radio?” Here’s a clue: my first job on the air was the year before the very first Star Wars movie hit the big screen. And it’s still the most enjoyable career a person could ever have. One of the cool things Lori and I like to do in Sioux Falls is to support the many charity events Results Radio partners with. Especially if there’s food and wine. We hope to see you at the next one. Have fun!
What Do Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday Have In Common?
Valentine's Day will have to share this year with Ash Wednesday.
University of Sioux Falls Nursing White Coat Ceremony
Nursing program in Sioux Falls turns out 66 in white coat ceremony.
Sioux Falls Regional Airport Tighter Security Screening
More security changes coming to the Sioux Falls Airport soon.
Rape Conviction for West Central Teacher
A former teacher in the West Central School district will be going to prison for 20 years for the rape of a 15-year-old male student.
Ellsworth Air Force Base Readies for B-21 Raider Bomber
B-21 Raider Bomber set to arrive at Ellsworth Air Force Base in mid 2020's.
Sanford Number One Hospital in South Dakota
Recently Sanford USD Medical Center was chosen as the number one hospital in South Dakota, according to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals of 2017-2018.
Make-A-Wish South Dakota Names Sue Salter as President and CEO
Make-A-Wish South Dakota has chosen their new president and CEO.
Former Turner County Sheriff Appointed to State Position
Turner County Sheriff Nogelmeier to head up sobriety program.
University of South Dakota President James Abbott Hospitalized After Heart Attack
University of South Dakota president James W. Abbott was hospitalized Saturday after suffering a heart attack.
Governor Dennis Daugaard Addresses Drug Abuse, Meth Addiction
The stories of meth use have become common place. South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard writes in his weekly column that addiction is a complex issue.