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March/April 2009

Ospreys, once common to the Missouri River valley, are being re-introduced at Lake Yankton. Photo by Bernie Hunhoff.

 

Will the Fish Hawk Return?: Ospreys are making a comeback on the Missouri River.

Bonesteel — the Rush is Over: Fishermen replaced the maddening crowds of the 1904 land rush. [read more]

The Disappearance of Dr. Fyle: The mystery of Geddes' popular physician. [read more]

The Thrill of Bullfighting: Jerry Norton of Mitchell loves the risky business of dodging rodeo bulls. [read more]

Saving the Native Language: The fight to revive Lakota and Dakota. [read more]

Murdo's 1880 Town: The Hullinger family created a new town from discarded buildings. [read more]

The Electric Chair: South Dakota had to borrow a death machine. [read more]

Walleye Headquarters: The MoRest Motel in Mobridge will fry your catch for you. [read more]

Mobridge's River People: Why river city residents love the "big water" of Lake Oahe.

 

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