Todd Epp is a writer, historian and recovering lawyer from Harrisburg, S.D. Besides practicing law, Todd has been a broadcast journalist in South Dakota at S.D. Public TV, KSFY-TV and KDLT-TV and in Kansas at KTWU-TV. In the summer of 2013, Todd returned from an 18 month stint as a consultant at the Erbil International Airport in Erbil, Kurdistan, Iraq. He's also lived in or traveled to Syria, Turkey, China, Taiwan, Israel, Mexico, Pamama, Germany, France, Spain and Canada, But home is the Sioux Empire. He is married to Donna Osment-Epp, Ph.D. and has two adult children, Sarah and Matt. Hear him when he fills in on the Main Street Cafe or Viewpoint University or read him here on KSOO.com.
Dakotans Pay Their Car Loans on Time
The Dakotas' vehicle owners are the best or among the best at keeping their loans current, according to Experian Automotive.
Shannon County High in Never Marrieds, Fall River in Divorcees
While South Dakota is part of the Midwest “marriage belt” where couples get married at higher rate than the rest of the nation, it does have some counties that go against that trend.
Tri-State Governors Push Worker Recruitment
The governors of South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska are cooperating on workforce recruitment.
Four Things To Protect Your Trees This Winter
With the “Farmer’s Almanac” predicting a major winter, the International Society of Arboriculture recommends several steps for people in the to protect their trees from weather stress and injury.
POLITCIAL WHISPERS: The Capricious Gods of Politics
Brendan Johnson and Stephanie Herseth Sandlin are the two luckiest Democrats in South Dakota.
Weiland Campaign Still Swinging at Keystone Pipeline, Reid
Defeated Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Rick Weiland isn’t giving up his fight against the Keystone XL pipeline—or soon-to-be Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.
In South Dakota, Does Religion Determine Your Electoral Destiny?
Want to know the best indicator of how a South Dakotan might vote? Find out their religion, according to Sioux Falls pollster Paul Nielson.
Thune Says He’ll Be Busy as New Commerce Committee Chair
Come January, U.S. Senator John Thune takes over chairmanship of the Commerce Committee. He says he’ll have quite the list of issues to deal with.
Wreaths Across South Dakota to Take Place December 13
Members of the Civil Air Patrol’s SD Wing will place holiday wreaths on veterans’ graves Dec. 13 as part of the 2014 nationwide Wreaths Across America program.
Pilot Shortage, Rules Threaten Regional Airline Service
You might think you’re getting on Delta when you board a jetliner in Sioux Falls but you probably aren’t says Roger Cohen of the Regional Airline Association.