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Sanford Profile in the KDLT Kitchen: Healthy Holiday Eating Tips

Lead Dietitian for profile Alyssa Sorenson joined us in the KDLT Kitchen

Christmas is quickly approaching and with numerous holiday parties, family gatherings, and of course, you can’t forget the desserts, it’s hard to stay on track with eating healthy for the holidays. Lead Dietitian for profile Alyssa Sorenson joined us in the KDLT Kitchen with a few tips on how to not overindulge this holiday season. “Swapping” is a good method…

SDSU, USD Students Win Top Prizes in “No Meth Ever” Contest

The winning entries in both regions are now eligible for the overall statewide winner

PIERRE, S.D. – Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today the winners of the first round of the statewide “NO.METH.EVER.” contest. The contest was held amongst college and technical school students during the 2016 fall semester. “The contest goal was to find a creative and fresh message to educate the public and our youth about the dangers of Meth and our…

Trendy Tips to Dress Up Your Gifts: Christmas Wrapping the Unique Way

Blank Paper Opens to Opportunity for A Unique, Customizable Gift

Christmas is less than a week away and with the holiday, comes all the wrapping. Whether the gifts are large or small, there are always little ways to dress up the packaging. Calligrapher Chelsey Burtis stopped by KDLT News Today to share some tips on how to make your Christmas gifts unique and fun. Her main tip: invest in plain…

Sioux Falls Girl Receives Custom Built Bike From Chariots For Children

The five year old has been battling a rare form of brain cancer since she was just over a year old

More than a hundred new bicycles will make their way under a Christmas tree this year, thanks to volunteers with the charity Chariots for Children. The group builds and gives bikes to children during the holiday season. On Saturday, 126 new bikes went home to deserving and happy families. Among the recipients, was a very special little girl, with her…

Warm Heart on a Cold Day: Woman Hands Out Winter Gear at Bus Depot

The smiles are not the goal, rather an unintended result of having a warm heart on a cold day

When the colder weather rolls around, there are a number of organizations in the area – including us here at KDLT News – that hold winter clothing drives to help keep people warm. But one Sioux Falls woman, not part of any organization or charity, is taking up that task on her own. Kim Bartling set up shop at the…