The Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs Committee and The League of Women Voters Pierre hosted a District 24 Legislative Coffee Feb. 22, 2020, at the Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce Community Room. District 24 legislators Senator Jeff Monroe and Representatives Mary Duvall and Tim Rounds answered questions about bills being discussed so far during the Legislative Session. Another District 24 Legislative Coffee will be held Feb. 29 in Highmore.
The US Army Corps of Engineers continues to prepare the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff season. Hear what various Corps and National Weather Service specialists had to say about current conditions during their Feb. 6, 2020, conference call with stakeholders.
South Dakota Department of Public Safety Secretary Craig Price has been selected to serve as a commissioner on the Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice. Price says he looks forward to working on issues that impact law enforcement and the officers who work every day to protect citizens. He says law enforcement is a profession vital to our society.
The Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs Committee and The League of Women Voters Pierre hosted a District 24 Legislative Coffee Feb. 1, 2020, at the Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce Community Room. District 24 legislators Senator Jeff Monroe and Representatives Mary Duvall and Tim Rounds answered questions about bills being discussed so far during the Legislative Session. Other District 24 Legislative Coffees will be held Feb. 21 in Onida, Feb. 22 in Pierre and Feb. 29 in Highmore.
Capital University Center in Pierre, SD, has a new name: Capital City Campus. DRG news and farm director Jody Heemstra chatted with CCC executive director Chris Maxwell about the new name, updated website and-- pending approval-- new nursing classes to be offered through a partnership with Lake Area Tech in Watertown.
Iversen-Pollreisz excited to lead mental health, addiction services provided by Capital Area Counseling
Come March 2020, there will be a new CEO at Capital Area Counseling Service based in Pierre. DRG news and farm director Jody Heemstra chatted with Amy Iversen-Pollreisz to learn more about her and the types of assistance offered at CACS.
In this South Dakota Perspective program, hear from District 24 legislators Sen. Jeff Monroe, Rep. Tim Rounds and Rep. Mary Duvall on:
• the anticipated pace now that Gov. Kristi Noem and her staff are going into their second legislative session
• Gov. Noem’s budget proposal of no pay increases for education or state employees
• industrial hemp
• the new filing system for proposed bills
• and more…..
In this South Dakota Perspective program, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and DRG news and farm director Jody Heemstra chatted about industrial hemp, state disaster declaration requests, Veterans Day, the 1st ever South Dakota LEADS Conference and more.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and DRG news and farm director Jody Heemstra chatted about the discovery of invasive zebra mussels in Lake Sharpe, her concerns regarding legalizing the growing of industrial hemp in the state, the battle against the methamphetamine epidemic, human trafficking, the upcoming launch of the "Week of Work" program and more during this SD Perspective program.
If you want to keep your personal information safe from hackers, the head of the Better Business Bureau in South Dakota recommends freezing your credit. State director Jessie Schmidt says freezing the credit of kids under the age of 18 years is also a good idea. Hear more in this KGFX Beyond the Mic podcast.