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January/February 1997

Area artist Robert Sissel captures the spirit of the Midwest in his paintings of nature and wildlife. This work is titled "Broken Silence."

 

When Other Schools Say 'Sorry': Children's Care Hospital and School of Sioux Falls opens its doors.

Super Bowl of Drug Busts: A big bust in the tiny town of Akaska. [read more]

Building on History in Belle Fourche: The Butte County seat celebrates its Old West roots.

Visions for 1997: South Dakotans share their hopes and dreams for the future.

Life's Lessons: What Kay Cheever of Brookings says we can learn from trees.

Baking Up South Dakota Goodness: Recipes teach us new ways to use wheat.

January Thaw: Linda Hasselstrom of Hermosa muses on the yearly respite from the cold and snowy South Dakota winter.

A Prairie Storm: South Dakota homestead fiction by Dorothy Rice.

 

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