Morning Shots | March 31, 2010

State balances budget. Colleges hardest hit. (KELO) Life is hard–but perhaps the state should not be in the business of higher education? South Dakotans are good little census completers. (Argus Leader) It helps that there are so few of us, I’m sure. No in-party competition for Herseth Sandlin. (Rapid City Journal) That was almost as fast as Hickey’s decision to not run.

United Breaks Guitars Part 3 Is Now Ready

I enjoyed parts 1 and 2 of this musical saga. Now, the third part is available. It is embedded below for your viewing enjoyment. One would think that after all of the press which this single incident caused United that the company might stand up and take notice and actually change some things. Of course, we are talking about a large company with a lot of momentum–so change can be very difficult. Nonetheless, I wish the airline (and Dave Carroll) the best of future endeavors.

Morning Shots | March 30, 2010

National Guard homecomings today and tomorrow. (KELO) What changes a year overseas has wrought for these folks. Six inches of the white stuff for Black Hills. (KOTA) Because it’s not really spring until it’s summer. Second armed robbery in Sioux Falls in one week. (KSFY) I guess the money’s no longer in banks. Legislators override several of governor’s vetoes. (Argus Leader) Doesn’t seem like folks are serious about the budget yet.