KDLT News Today Interviews

Out and About with Addie: Week of 4/30

    Ready to get outside? Looking for somewhere to go with all that energy stored up after a long winter? Check out the events The Event Company’s Addie Graham-Kramer dished up for this first week of May! Thursday, May 3, 2018 – Blue Haven Barn & Gardens’ Wedding Celebration\ Friday, May 4, 2018 – Leadercast 2018 Friday, May 4, 2018 – May…

Sanford Researchers Present at Global Health Conference With Pope

A 12-member delegation from Sanford Health is in Vatican City this week for the Unite to Cure: A Global Health Care Initiative. Researchers from Sanford are presenting on a variety of diseases and topics, including the future of healthcare systems, genetic testing, and advancements in treating rare diseases. Chief Global Brand Officer, Micah Aberson, told KDLT News that this is…

Sounds Of The Sioux Empire: Jacob Lemme

Lemme Relishes In Varieties Of Music

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – For this weeks edition of ‘Sounds Of The Sioux Empire’ we introduce you to Jacob Lemme. A Sioux Falls native, Lemme’s fascination came at the age of 7 when he got his first guitar. With influences like Beck, Lou Reed, David Bowie, Ed Schrader’s Music Beat, and Radiohead, Lemme lives by the motto of never settling…

Chicken Keeping 101

'Fruit Of The Coop's' Stephanie Peterson to offer chicken keeping classes

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Chickens aren’t just on the farm anymore. Friends and neighbors are sharing eggs across backyard fences in towns throughout the Sioux Empire through the popular trend of ‘chicken keeping.’ KDLT’s Simon Floss went to Stephanie Peterson’s farm in Brandon to learn more about chicken keeping, the resurgence of buying local produce, and where to take chicken…

School Zone: Central Lyon

Hands-on programs and technological advancements teaching students in unique ways

ROCK RAPIDS, IA – Welcome to ‘School Zone.’ A new segment at KDLT News Today where we travel around to area schools and highlight cutting edge programs they have for their students. We kicked things off by heading east to Central Lyon High School in Rock Rapids. Through hands-on programs and advancements in technology, Central Lyon students are learning in…

Catch ‘Caberet’ At The Washington Pavilion

19th Season Of Performances Wraps Up

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The 2017-2018 performance series may be winding down, but many can’t wait for the upcoming year. The 19th season of performances the Mary W. Sommervold hall concludes with ‘Caberet,’ a fresh take on a classic production. KDLT’S Simon Floss met up with Assistant Manager of the Performing Arts Center at The Washington Pavilion Bob Wendland to…

77th Annual El Riad Shrine Circus Comes To Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Starting Thursday, the El Riad Shrine Circus returns to the Sioux Falls Arena in action packed fashion. The series of performances kicks off at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, with a second performance following that evening at 7:00 p.m. Those same showtimes carry over into Friday. You can catch the next round of shows at 10 a.m.,…

What Is Sous Vide? Where You Can Learn the French Cooking Technique Locally

There is an ever expanding fun and unique variety of classes at Plum’s Cooking Company in downtown Sioux Falls. If it’s been awhile or never that you’ve been to the small business just off 8th and Railroad, you’re in for a treat, literally. The store is a haven for foodies and cooking enthusiasts. And this week, former high school football…

Getting a Jump Start on Spring Gardening

The experts at Cliff Avenue Greenhouse have advice for those ready to get their hands dirty!

It’s been a long spring here in South Dakota! For those who just can’t wait to get back outside and into the garden, there are a few steps you can take to get ready for the growing season while we wait for the snow to melt! Check out the link above as the crew at Cliff Avenue Greenhouse  in Sioux Falls…

Author of “Code Girls” Coming to Dakota State University

High school girls who either aspire to a career in cyber sciences, computing and technology or who have already accomplished some pretty amazing things will be recognized this coming Monday at an event at Dakota State University. Aspirations in Computing will feature several guest speakers – among them, Liza Mundy, author of “Code Girls, The Untold Story of the American Women…

Sounds Of The Sioux Empire: Ben Gertner

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. –  A new series we’re starting at KDLT that highlights local musicians and members of the arts scene, “Sound Of The Sioux Empire.” We start by introducing you to Ben Gertner. A lifelong Sioux Falls resident who got his start in music by taking piano lessons in 1st grade. From there, at the age of 13 Gertner…

Runoff Candidates Gearing Up For Another Election

Paul TenHaken and Jolene Loetscher face off in upcoming runoff election

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Late Tuesday night, we learned the two candidates who are inching closer to becoming the next Mayor of Sioux Falls. This morning, we learned how they’re preparing for another election. A runoff election between Paul TenHaken and Jolene Loetscher will take place on May 1st after the field of candidates was trimmed from 6 to 2….