I love talk radio. Most of my radio career has been spent listening to opinions, getting viewpoints, interviewing policy makers, bureaucrats, and people with good, or not so good ideas. Sioux Falls and South Dakota are my home. I have lived here over half of my life. Original stomping grounds were Chicago, with short stints in Sioux City, Kansas City and the home of the Salukis, Carbondale, Illinois. Best job I have ever had, except this one, was being mayor of Sioux Falls from 1974 to 1984. Worst job I ever had was cleaning dormitories at SIU, in Carbondale. People can be real slobs. The way we communicate is changing, the web, facebook, twitter. KSOO radio is adapting and adding those methods to keep you informed about local news. We hope you will join and stay with us...
Republicans Silent At Attempt To Subpoena Testimony On EB-5
South Dakota Republicans have blown an opportunity to show signs of true transparency when keeping track of our tax money.
South Dakota Media Has It Wrong: Independents Worth Being Heard
South Dakota "main stream" media, appear to have wrongly decided the Independent Candidates for Governor and US Senate don't have a chance of winning.
An Opinion On Pastor And Legislator Steve Hickey’s Writing On Gays
Pastor, and South Dakota State Representative, Steve Hickey speaks what is on his mind and in his heart.
School Surprises During Day One ‘The Magic Number is 1310′
Superintendent Dr. Pam Homan, DeeAnn Conrad, Community Relations Supervisor, and Ann Smith Federal Programs Coordinator of the Sioux Falls School District were on Viewpoint University to begin our series "The Magic Number is 1310."
Snow Gates – An Unnecessary Mandate
I am fascinated at the logic being used to force the mandatory use of snow gates for the April 8 city election.
Historic Sites Gain Recognition In South Dakota
Three South Dakota properties have been to the National Register of Historic Places, according to the South Dakota State Historical Society.
Science Competition Snubbed. No Assemblies for Winners.
Last week-end while most of us were paying attention to the Boy's High School Basketball Tournaments, another very important competition was snubbed.
Legislature Done Dealing with Over 400 Proposals. A Rush to Mediocrity.
The Legislature approved a budget which does not raise taxes. They finished dealing with over 400 proposals to change South Dakota law Friday March 14 at about 7:30 pm.
Natural Food Co-op Reopens in Sioux Falls
The Co-op Natural Foods store has started doing business at its new location, 410 W. 18th Street.
Custer State Park Visitor Center Gets $1 Million Donation
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust has given a $1 million donation to assist in the construction of a new visitor center at Custer State Park.