Genre: News/Talk
Website: http://www.keloam.com/
Phone: 605-331-5350
Fax: 605-336-0415
Address: 500 SOUTH PHILLIPS AVE. Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57102
Company Name: Backyard Broadcasting South Dakota Licensee, LLCListen Online

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3 Responses to “KELO 1320 AM: Newstalk 1320 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota”

  1. Claudia

    I too think it is sad that strong names and imaegs such as “Fighting Sioux” and the NHL’s “Blackhawks” are looked as as deragatory references. Both the Sioux and Blackhawk logos are glorious, some of the best logos going.Granted, MLB’s Cleveland Indians with big Chief Wahoo needs to perhaps be looked at. A good friend of mine is native Canadian, living way north of Winnipeg, and teaching. He is a top notch guy, in tune with the world, and very involved. He too thinks this is crap, and that pressure put on teams such as the Sioux and the Blackhawks is counter-productive to good native relations.

  2. Eyza

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  3. Zober

    Putting our native lagaegnus on an Apple App to make it more available could provide a means for our young people to learn their native language whenever and wherever they choose to practice. In our ever increasing use of technological devices the app will be right at everyone’s fingertips to open up and practice and learn from. It is very important for native americans to retain their ancestral native language to keep it alive and to not let it become extinct, as well as the songs and other aspects of our native culture and heritage.

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