Steve Imming

Steve Imming

The retired voice of South Dakota State University football and basketball has been at WNAX since 1992. The first 19 years included Jackrabbit play by play duties. Now he is part of the Morning Show and maintains an interest in sports, daily banter and breakroom doughnuts.

Steve has been awarded numerous honors over the years, some of which he deserved. He has been the recipient of awards for Associated Press Sportscaster of the Year, National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association South Dakota Sportscaster of the Year, North Central Conference Kolpack Media Award winner, and SDSU Alumni Association Non-Alum Service Award among others.

With over 25 years of radio experience and 13 years as a greyhound racing official, it is safe to say that Steve is old.
But a good crisp bugle rendition of “Call to the Post” can get him moving in an instant.

Recent Headlines

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One Killed in Wrong Way Collision on Highway 50

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The Yankton County Sheriff’s office says one person was killed in a head on collision on Highway 50, about five miles east of Yankton.

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SD Counties Look to 2016 Legislature for Financial Help

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While education funding and teacher pay have gotten most of the attention, counties will also be standing in line when the 2016 session of the South Dakota legislature opens in January.

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SD Board of Regents to Consider Alcohol on Campus Policy


The South Dakota Board of Regents will consider a report at their meeting this week that could lead to allowing some use of alcohol on the six state university campuses.

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SD School Boards Set Legislative Priorities


The Associated School Boards of South Dakota held their annual delegate assembly last week to help set direction for the 2016 legislative session.

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A Dialysis Center Opens at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton.

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A new outpatient dialysis center has opened at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton.