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On This Day
South Dakota homesteader and filmmaker Oscar Micheaux died today in 1951. Micheaux began writing shortly after he settled on the old Rosebud Indian Reservation. He soon turned to films, producing classics like "The Homesteader" and "The Exile," both of which drew from his Dakota experiences. He wrote, directed and produced 44 films, and wrote seven novels, one of which was a national bestseller.
March 23, 2017
HUMOR: Spring brings familiar battles for South Dakotans. [read More]
March 21, 2017
OUTDOORS: Modern day prospectors find new riches in the Black Hills. [read More]
March 14, 2017
TRAVEL: The land of fishing, baseball, geese on wheels and a 60-foot longhorn. Photo by Stacey Stoddard/S.D. Tourism. [read More]
March 2, 2017
FOOD: A sheep-shearing crew gets a spicy meal, thanks to the power of social media. [read More]
March 1, 2017
ARTS: Depression-era sculptures from American Island accentuate Chamberlain’s downtown. [read More]