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Our September/October issue includes a feature on the Belle Fourche River valley. Bernie Hunhoff took several photos while working on the story. Here are some that didn’t make the magazine. [read more]
The Matthews Opera House & Arts Center presents “ArtAbility” Art Exhibit Oct. 3-Nov. 5. It showcases local talent in a joint show featuring artists from the Suzie Cappa Art Center in Rapid City and the Northern Hills Training Center in Spearfish. Their work represents the skill and creativity of artists of all abilities in the Black Hills. The OPENING RECEPTION takes place 5-7 p.m., ...
The Matthews Art Galler
The Matthews Art Galler57783612 N. Main St., Spearfish, South Dakota 57783
Mr. Stancliffe, the owner of a vast fortune and a 200,000-acre Texas ranch, has died. His long-time butler, Jarvis, and the maid, Melody, along with Mr. Stancliffe’s niece and only living relative, Patrice, are there for the reading of the will by the family lawyer, Mr. Oakfield. “Gales of laughter approached hurricane force. This play’s a hoot.” – Boca Raton News.
The comedy concerns three long-time friends, Serge, Marc, and Yvan. Serge buys a large, expensive, completely white painting. Marc is horrified, and their relationship suffers considerable strain as a result of their differing opinions about what constitutes "art." Yvan is just caught in the middle.
The Matthews Theater
The Matthews Theater57783612 N. Main St., Spearfish, South Dakota 57783
While researching a story on illegal gambling in Winner, news reporters found Attorney General Mark Meierhenry at a blackjack table in town today in 1979. Meierhenry, a Winner native, explained it was his day off. He then proceeded to close the gambling ring. The Republican state treasurer, David Volk, was also caught. No legislative penalties followed and the Tripp County attorney refused to prosecute. Meierhenry and Volk later pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges and paid a $100 fine.