If you’ve listened to me over the last several years you’re probably asking yourself, “how long has he been on the radio?” Here’s a clue: my first job on the air was the year before the very first Star Wars movie hit the big screen. And it’s still the most enjoyable career a person could ever have. One of the cool things Lori and I like to do in Sioux Falls is to support the many charity events Results Radio partners with. Especially if there’s food and wine. We hope to see you at the next one. Have fun!
Hoop City Classic to Feature Top Prep Stars
Four-day basketball event brings top high school and college players to Mitchell and Sioux Falls.
Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation Offers College Scholarships
College scholarships are available for South Dakota students.
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign Begins
Party all you want but give up your keys before you head home.
Help Name Two New Sioux Falls Schools
Public can offer suggestions for names of two news schools in the city.
Falls Park Safety Study Released
Mother's lawsuit in the death of her 5-year-old daughter led to the safety study. Find out what changes could be made to Falls Park.
Minnesota Twins Tickets On Sale for Opening Day
Discounts on Twins tickets for all March-May games.
Christmas at the Cathedral, Almost Sold Out
Let the season inspire you with the joyous sounds of the 22nd annual Christmas at the Cathedral “Unto Us.”
South Dakota State’s Record Night for Men’s Basketball
The Jackrabbits are out to a 9-3 start after Savannah State win.
Sioux Falls Police Union Contract, Round Two
The city’s goal in labor negotiations is to provide equity to the greatest number of FOP members.
Sioux Falls Director of Planning and Development Mike Cooper Retiring
After 32 years Mike Cooper will retire from the office of Planning and Development Services.