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July/August 2005

A solitary campsite sits just outside the Badlands National Park, near Scenic. Photo by Bill Goehring.

 

The Little Giant of USD: Vermillion's legendary educator, Doc Farber. [read more]

Favorite South Dakota Campsites: Our staff picks thier favorite spots to pitch a tent.

Black Hills Playhouse: Celebrating sixty years of theater in the forest.

Photographers' Favorites: Six of South Dakota's best shutterbugs choose their favorite shot.

Huron — No Easy Street: Officials in the Beadle County seat have learned to roll with the punches.

Race Day: Loud nights on the dirt track of South Dakota's stock car speedways.

Coming of Age on Pickerel Lake: Summers of a Day County childhood.

Doland's Favorite Son: A newspaperman remembers Hubert H. Humphrey.

Storm Chased on the Ridge: Dodging tornadoes in Bennett County.

The Chislic Mystique: Freeman's unique mutton on a stick. [read more]

Refugee Doctor: A Hungarian immigrant survived World War II to make house calls in Hartford.

Iron Nation's Legacy: Family pride in a Lakota chief  led to the restoration of a Lower Brule burial site.

 

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