SD Special Session on Monday

Jun 11, 2017

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Lawmakers go back to Pierre today decide whether anglers and hunters should have access to unofficial lakes in South Dakota.  Business owners located near the lakes asked for some changes in the law.  Siouxland Public Media’s Mary Hartnett has more.

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The Exchange, Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Jun 11, 2017

10 O'Clock Blues 6.10.17

Jun 11, 2017

Abe Stage Songwriter Spotlight - Tapwater Shrimp

Jun 9, 2017

SPM contributor Bertha Iniguez launches a new series that looks at 2nd stage performers at this year's Saturday in the Park Festival. First up, the "folk punk for angsty people" sound of Tapwater Shrimp. 

"Normally I just sit around and be sad on an acoustic guitar and then we make it real fast when we all meet up," Brinkerhoff says about Tapwater Shrimp's writing process.

The band released their new EP, Knife Game, on June 9th, with an album release show at Whiskey Dick's.

Cultural Continuum 6-09-17

Jun 9, 2017
Sioux City Journal

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Two Iowa universities are working together to shave a year off the time it usually takes to earn a law degree. Siouxland Public Media’s Mary Hartnett has more.

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The 185th Holds an Open House Saturday

Jun 8, 2017

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The 185th Air Refueling Wing of the Iowa Air National Guard will hold an open house Saturday  from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m..  The 185th holds the open house each year to thank the Sioux City community for supporting the base and the men and women serving there.  Col. Larry Christensen is wing commander at the 185th.  He says visitors will be able to see a wide variety of military aircraft.



Newscast, 4:32, Thursday, June 8, 2017

Jun 8, 2017

Siouxland Republican Congressman weighs in on former FBI director James Comey's testimony before a Senate Committee (in advance), a UNO professor is offering free lectures on the August 21st solar eclipse and Iowa's oak trees are being hurt by agricultural herbicides.

Newscast, 5:04, Thursday, June 8, 2017

Jun 8, 2017

Iowa's Fourth District Republican Steve King says he finds nothing troubling in James Comey's testimony to the a Senate committee today about his dealings with President Donald Trump, Iowa oak trees may be suffering because of herbicide use, and South Dakota will hold a special legislative session next Monday on the use of nonmeandering bodies of water on private land.