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We talk about the 2018 Iowa Primary results with Jeremy Dumkreiger, Chair of the Woodbury County Democratic Party, and Suzan Steward, Chair of the Woodbury County Republican Party.

This is Jessi Wakefield with the Sioux City Public Library and you are listening to Check It Out. May is an exciting time with its warm weather, end of school, looking forward to long summer nights sort of feel. But, if you were like over 6 million other people in America, May also means the excitement that revolves around the running of the Indy 500. There have been many books written about racing and even the 500, but today I would like to single one out and recommend the nonfiction book Black Noon: The Year They Stopped the Indy 500 by Art Garner.

Ten O'Clock Blues 6.02.18

Jun 3, 2018

   The TOB take responsibility this week, with two different songs called Nobody's Fault but Mine. The first one will feature Dana Fuchs doing the Otis Redding song, and a little bit later we'll hear the Blind Willie Johnson standard in a new recording by Ry Cooder. 

We talk about Barbeque or BBQ on today's edition of Food For Thought. Adrian sits down with Sarah Morgan from Camp High Hopes to talk about Ribfest coming to The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino's Battery Park on June 23rd.

Opus 6-01-18

Jun 1, 2018

Cultural Continuum 6-01-18

Jun 1, 2018

The state primary is coming up next Tuesday on June 5th.  There are many state and local offices where there are multiple candidates competing for their party’s nomination.  In Northwest Iowa’s 4thCongressional District, there are three candidates running in the primary for a chance to take on longtime Republican Congressman Steve King of Kiron.  They are JD Scholten, Dr. John Paschen, and Leann Jacobsen.  King also has a Republican challenger, Cyndi Hanson of Sioux City.

Devon Cadwell's Favorite Food: May 25th

May 30, 2018
Brian Mathers
Ally Karsyn


About six years ago, I was on the beach in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. At sunset. With the love of my life.

Caroline Fraser says that what Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote down about Kansas, long ago, says a great deal about her, even though the Kansas prairie was home to her very first memories. She wrote those memories down on "Big Chief" tablets and never intended them for publication, unlike so much else she put to writing. Just for the record, Caroline Fraser's Prairie Fires: The American Dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder, just won the Pulitzer. It's a great read.

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