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Jim Schaap Remembers Dutch Resistance Fighter, Calvary Cemetery Mausoleum Centenary

Author Jim Schaap talks with Siouxland Public Media's Mark Munger about a Dutch resistance fighter in who defied the Nazies WWII. Diet Eman died last week.  Schaap worked with Eman on her biography. 

Things We Couldn't Say, by Diet Eman and Jim Schaap
Buena Vista University, Storm Lake, IA

We talk with the president of Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, IA about a three million dollar gift that will help the school and the community work on rural economic projects and issues.

Also, a conversation about civility and modern life.

Ho Chunk Inc reaches its 25th anniversary this week, and we talk with founder Lance Morgan.
We find out how a new economic model is helping to rebuild the community at Pine Ridge, SD.
Calvary Cemetery Mausoleum is 100 years old, we hear about some of the famous Sioux Citians buried there and in the cemetery.


Calvary Cemetery Mausoleum


Calvary Mausoleum when it was first built in 1919


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