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March/April 1990

Brandon artist Jean Bailey can see the plum thicket in this painting from her windows. 

 

The Geese: A tale of childhood revenge on the farm.

Minnow Farming: One of South Dakota's natural resources is the tiny fathead minnow.

Faces From a Ghost Town: The town of Andrus is remembered today in the photographs of John Blair.

Poet Laureate: Audrae Visser, South Dakota's poet laureate, enjoys smalltown life in Elkton.

Hunting Three Toes: Hunters and ranchers in western South Dakota still talk about the killer wolf called Three Toes. [read more]

Flood: It seemed the entire city of Sioux Falls might be swept away in the melt of 1881.

Earth Day: The status of our rural environment.

 

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