Admittedly, we are all a little short on cash these days. As a recent college graduate, I honestly thought that once I entered the “real world” and had a “real job” that I wouldn’t have to worry much about money. However, there are student loans, rent, electricity, cable, internet, food. The list goes on. Well, if you are like me and are wondering where to find some extra cash, tune in to KELOLAND tonight at 10 and watch Angela Kennecke’s Money Matters on how being more organized could save you money. She will explain the benefits of organizing your house and your finances.
Also on KELOLAND News at 10 is story about South Dakotan Corey Briest, who was on Oprah today. Briest is a former National Guard soldier who was severely injured by a roadside bomb five years ago. See how his family has adjusted since the accident that left him blind and in need of intensive physical therapy.
With the awesome weather lots of snow has melted. Are you worried about flooding where you live? There is a 98 percent chance of major flooding of the Big Sioux this year. Nightbeat reporter Kelly Bartnick spoke with some Renner (which flooded last year) resident about what they are anticipating this year.
And speaking of water, we also have an exciting Eye on KELOLAND planned tonight about a high school swim team from Sioux Falls with lots of ambition. Listen to testimonials from two high schoolers who are Platinum members on the team and practice more than 16 hours a week.