South Dakota Public Radio revisits 1998 Over the course of 1998, South Dakota Public Radio covered the state and uncovered the stories that made the headlines � the Spencer tornado, the Canadian grain brouhaha, the injustices in our juvenile justice system, the fight over the DM&E, the "California effect" on the real estate market, and many more.
The network's news team will close out the season by reviewing the top stories of 1998 and finding out where they stand now.
The recaps will air each weeknight Dec. 21�25 and Dec. 28�Jan. 1 on All Things Considered in South Dakota at 6 p.m. CT/5 MT.
The program features a mix of hard news, in-depth reporting and features that keep Public Radio fans tuned in.
SDPR's news team became a part of the news itself in 1998 by earning the top honor in the state � the Sweepstakes Award � in the South Dakota Radio Awards from the Associated Press.
SDPR won the Sweepstakes Award for overall news broadcast excellence, plus five first place awards and seven honorable mentions.
SDPR competed with commercial stations from all over the state for the honors.