I'm Brand Manager here at Kickin' Country. Now, you might ask yourself, what does that mean. Well, here's what I do. I wake up, and I make sure this radio station is still Kickin'. I go to work and spend all day keepin' it Kickin'. Then, on my way home I listen and check again before I go to bed, you guessed it, just to make sure it's still Kickin'. Kickin' Country is not just a radio station. Kickin' Country is South Dakota, Southwest Minnesota, Northwest Iowa and Northeast Nebraska. People change. Times change. One thing has remained the same for the past 20 years. This radio station is still Kickin'! My job, my 'what I do,' is to make sure it stays that way.
Knockerball vs Rodeo Bucking Bulls
You've heard of Knockerball, but have you seen the latest craze? Knockerball Soccer Rodeo?
Rain Distribution Can Seem So Unfair in South Dakota
When you talk to a farmer or rancher the one thing you know will come up in the conversation. Weather
Bruce Buffer to Sioux Falls with UFC?
If you think the fighters that get into the ring during UFC fights are bad ass, you're right. But there's another guy associated with The UFC I'm hoping is coming to town.
Broken Leg No Longer a Death Sentence for South Dakota Calves
It's not what any farmer or rancher wants to see. A valuable calf limping out in the pasture.
Small South Dakota Pest Packs Wallop!
You might have thought you made it though the July 4th weekend unscathed, but wait, there's more! Chiggers!
Dollar General Store Opens in Small South Dakota Town
The small town of Lake Andes, South Dakota has a new store people are talking about.
Check Out the Video for Levi Hummon’s New Song ‘Guts and Glory’
Kickin' Country is loving the new Levi Hummon song 'Guts and Glory' just in time for the 4th of July. Check out the music video.
North Dakota Farmer Planting More than Soybeans
North Dakota Farmer/Singer Songwriter Joe Schmidt stopped in and talked a bit about his song that several radio stations have picked up called My Field Of Dreams.
South Dakota Sisters Fighting Rare Disease
Only 100 people in the world have been diagnosed with this disease. Only 11 in The United States. Now imagine your two daughters have this disease.
Is This the Tightest Gate in South Dakota?
Click here for a pic of what soon could be the hardest to open gate in all South Dakota!