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November/December 1998

The late John F. Finger of Beresford had a lifelong love of art and music, but it wasn't until he retired in 1994 that he devoted himself to his passion of impressionist painting. He created "Santa," which appears on our cover, in 1992.

 

Saints in South Dakota: A Rapid City priest keeps sacred art methods alive.

The Road to the Dome: How boosters breathed life into the University of South Dakota's DakotaDome.

Postcard to the Future: Borglum's dream for Mount Rushmore's Hall of Records has finally been fulfilled.

The Perfect South Dakota Town: Lots of places are pretty good, but Deuel County's Clear Lake is better.

A Business Most Fowl: A Canistota couple's Goosemobile is going strong.

Battling Leafy Spurge: How goats, flea beatles and grasses are waging the war against one of South Dakota's deadliest weeds.

Peter Norbeck: A practical dreamer and hard-headed politician.

Pheasant Memories: Lin Smithwick's autumn hunting adventures with her father.

Scenes of Contemplation: Seeing the beauty in a South Dakota winter.

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