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May/June 1998

Donna Lee Huff Bartholow's artwork, which includes oil paintings and mixed media, reflects the land, nature, people and spirituality of the heartland. Her painting "Brandin' Time" is featured on our cover.

 

In Quest of the Lost Henry Arch: One man's search for a Black Hills hiking memory.

Pierre's Prairie Publishers: Keeping the Hipple family's newspaper tradition alive.

Marge Parker's Quiet: Life according to a Black Hills naturalist.

A Place Called Britton: The Marshall County community used to be the center of the universe.

Blue Cloud Abbey: Centuries-old Benedictine tradition is carried on today in Grant County.

Our Most Colorful Bank Robberies: They just don't rob 'em like that anymore.

Elk Point Tragedy: The 1930s milk strike in Sioux City led to violence in Union County. [read more]

Celebrating Life and Culture: A Fort Randall pow wow, as seen through the lens of Lorinda Pullen.

A New Star Rising: The rocketing career of Spearfish author Kent Meyers.

A Rite of Spring in Cattle Country: Branding is serious business, but the West River ritual has a social side.

 

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