In The Moment: Science-Based Parenting Strategies, And The National HS Rodeo | #parenting


Drought conditions are worsening in South Dakota with 72 percent of the state experiencing moderate drought. National Weather Service hydrologist Mike Gillispie joins us for an update.  

SDPB’s Lee Strubinger report on state lawmakers interested in reviewing and restricting curriculum taught in South Dakota schools. The efforts are the latest volley in the battle over how educators address the nation’s history and diversity.

Many parents strive to raise happy, healthy children. They also don’t want their children to be bullies, liars, or racists. We talk with author Melinda Wenner Moyer about science-based strategies to raise compassionate, world-changing kids. Her book is called “How to Raise Kids Who Aren’t Assholes,” published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons.

This weekend marks the final performances in the 50th anniversary season of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant in DeSmet. We highlight the event with a brief look at its history and this weekend’s forecast.  

For today’s South Dakota Home Garden, Erik Helland joins us with tips on how to tend to your foliage during this season of drought.

South Dakota rodeo athletes are competing this week in the National High School Rodeo Finals. We check in with Dale Christiansen, state director, for an update on the competition.



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