Homepage – Something To Talk About

Missing Juveniles Found at Falls Park

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Two young boys who were reported missing in Sioux Falls have been found safe. Police confirm Trevor Alford, 12, and Adreeyan Bennett-Pelaez, 11, were located Tuesday afternoon at Falls Park. Trevor and Adrian were reported missing Monday after failing to return home from Lowell Elementary School, where they are both in the fifth grade. Sioux Falls…

Prairie Berry, Miner Brewing Co. to Open Location at Western Mall

Store Front RenderingSIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Prairie Berry East Bank have announced that they will reopen at their new location in Sioux Falls this summer. Prairie Berry East Bank closed their downtown location in April after new state legislation was passed. The new location is located at the Western Mall and will feature both Miner Brewing Company and Prairie Berry…

South Dakota Gubernatorial Fundraising

Noem outpaces Jackley, Sutton

U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem’s campaign for governor has nearly twice as much cash on hand as South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley heading into the June Republican primary. Noem’s campaign reported Monday raising more than $619,300 since Jan. 1. Her campaign has more than $1 million cash on hand going into the June primary election. Jackley reports more than $570,000…

Lacrosse In Limbo

Native American lacrosse teams lose league affiliation in South Dakota

  Three largely Native American lacrosse teams in South Dakota were playing the ancient game as part of a developmental league for teams in the Upper Midwest. But now they’re scrambling to find ways to keep playing after they were kicked out of the league amid their concerns about racial abuse. The Lightning Stick Society, Susbeca and 7 Flames teams…

Log Cabin Bar Reopens With New Owner

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Earlier this year, the Log Cabin bar faced closure after the owner passed away. PREVIOUS STORY: http://www.kdlt.com/2018/05/13/log-cabin-reopen/ Dusty Foltz worked to get the bar back open, and succeeded. Foltz got the green light on Friday and opened that same afternoon. He wants everyone to know that he hasn’t made changes to the dive bar, he says…

Wagner Police Ask For Public’s Help in Vandalism Investigation

WAGNER, S.D. – The Wagner Police Department is asking for assistance in a vandalism case. Police are asking for any help identifying the people responsible for spray painting vulgar and profane words outside of the pool building. Police say the vandalism happened sometime between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. Sunday. Anyone with information is asked to contact the police department…

New High School and Middle School Planned in Sioux Falls by 2022

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.-Sioux Falls is continuing to grow meaning more space will be needed to accommodate everyone. Right now there are 34 schools in Sioux Falls.  In order to plan for this growth the Sioux Falls School District says it has to build new schools. Sioux Falls schools are at or going over capacity. “We’ve grown by quite a little…

Spoke-N-Sport Celebrating National Bike to Work Week

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – This week is National Bike to Work Week. You couldn’t have asked for better weather, so why not give it a try? Spoke-N-Sport in Sioux Falls has hosted events before to promote with national week. They are hosting a crepe breakfast tomorrow morning to end the work week, as well as their “taco ride” tonight. Spoke-N-Spoke…

6 Healthy Snacks Your Kids Will Love This Summer

When summer rolls around, kids typically look for whatever they can get their hands to eat on between lounging around the house and running off to their next ballgame or the pool. So, how do you ensure some of what goes into fueling them is flavorful, fun and healthy? Lizzie Kasparek, a Nutritionist with Sanford Sports Science Institute offers up…

FDA Warns of EpiPen Shortage, Many Sioux Falls Pharmacies Running Out of Stock

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Epinephrine auto injectors – also known as EpiPens – can be lifesaving devices for people suffering from severe allergic reactions, but the Food and Drug Administration warns that the medication might be difficult for people to find. “Currently with EpiPen, we are experiencing a nationwide shortage,” said pharmacist Jenny Walter. “We are unable to get it…

Sioux Falls Music Company Sings Its Swan Song

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -A store that served the musical needs of Sioux Falls for nearly 80 years is closing its doors. Sioux Falls Music Company first opened in the 1940’s. The store has been in the same family for the last four generations. “My wife’s father-in-law, from her first marriage purchased the store in 1972 from a guy named Bob…

Harrisburg SRO Surprised with School Resource Officer of the Year Award

HARRISBURG, S.D. This week is National Police Week, a week set aside each year to recognize the service and sacrifice of law enforcement. However a school resource officer in Harrisburg is getting a little extra recognition. School Resource Officer Travis Johns was told there would be an assembly in the Harrisburg High School gym Tuesday afternoon. He showed up only…

The Log Cabin to Reopen

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.- Jerry Adams passed away in March leaving behind The Log Cabin bar. When longtime friend Dusty Foltz found out it wasn’t going to reopen he knew what he had to do. “He was a funny guy, he was fun to hangout with and me and him became friends. I stopped and met him here about eleven years…

Good Samaritan Helps Locate Missing Teen

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Multiple agencies were called the the area of Yankton Trail Park Saturday evening to search for a missing 17-year-old boy. Jacob Martin was reported missing earlier in the day by family members, who were visiting from out of town. Jacob is living with autism and functions at an 8 to 10-year-old level. Social media was utilized…