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In Touch 2/03/23

Angie Johnson joins us to talk about the upcoming Aberdeen Area Dart Association’s 38th annual steel dart tournament…

In Touch 2/02/23

The folks from Northern State University join us to talk about everything going on at Northern and beyond this month…

Noem administration says it will take an additional 15 business days to determine if it will release report regarding divisive topics being taught in SD K-12 public schools

The Noem Administration is seeking an additional 15 days to determine if a report paid for by taxpayers will be released to the public. The report was conducted by the Department of Education and sought to determine whether or not quote “inherently divisive topics” were being taught in South Dakota k-12 public schools. Those teachings would include but not be limited to Critical Race Theory. Noem administration attorney Katie Hruska wrote a letter to Keloland News late last week saying the Governor’s office now requests an estimated 15 more businesses days to determine if the report will be released. The report was due to be released no later than July 1st.

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In Touch 2/03/23

Angie Johnson joins us to talk about the upcoming Aberdeen Area Dart Association’s 38th annual steel dart tournament…

In Touch 2/02/23

The folks from Northern State University join us to talk about everything going on at Northern and beyond this month…

ACLU responds to the passage of HB 1080

(Press Release) Today, House lawmakers voted to advance legislation that would prohibit doctors from providing life-saving gender-affirming medical care to transgender

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ACLU responds to the passage of HB 1080

(Press Release) Today, House lawmakers voted to advance legislation that would prohibit doctors from providing life-saving gender-affirming medical care to transgender