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November/December 1988

Autumn is a confusing season for a whitetailed youth whose cornfield is being invaded by strangers.

 

New Spirits of Spirit Mound: The mysterious past and uncertain future of an historic hill.

Black Hills Justice: Story-teller Earl Sampson writes of a day when "sober as a judge" spelled trouble.

One Store, One Family, 100 Years: Hanlon Hardware has served Emery residents and neighboring farmers for over a century.

The Day Ipswich was Bombed: A true story of Pearl Harbor Day.

Centennial Alumni: Twenty-seven illustrious alums from South Dakota's public colleges are recognized.

Building on Victor's Foundation: South Dakota fiction by Jerry Wilson.

Hello, Columbia? Can you call from Philadelphia to Columbia?

 

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