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November/December 2007

Basketball season is here, so youth are playing in schools, alleys and barns — and in the case of Tjay Head, by two tipis on his family's rural home near Fort Thompson. Photo by Bernie Hunhoff.

 

Historian Herbert Hoover: The former University of South Dakota professor has delved deeply into the state's past.

Vermillion's Vortex: A university town rich in arts and entertainment.

A Grain of Hope: Wheat farmers shouldn't forget Day County's Edgar McFadden.

The Everlasting Bijou Hills: Rising above the Brule County prairie. [read more]

Pine Ridge Autumn: The beauty of the White River valley, as seen by Stephen Gassman.

Krumkake — A Holiday Treat: The Olsons of Gayville show how to make a Scandinavian holiday treat. [read more]

The USS South Dakota at War: World War II's fast battleship did us proud.

Letcher School Goes Abroad: The rural Leet School will educate Norwegians.

How Horses Survive in Winter: They do fine despite man's interference.

Quiet in the Hills: Mountain-born Emmett Riley's remembrances of the Black Hills logging and mining industries.

Spearfish's Wildlife Sanctuary: The Spirit of the Hills provides refuge for abandoned and abused animals.

Eyewitness to Explorer I: A Civilian Conservation Corps worker recalls the historic Stratobowl balloon launch.

2007 Holiday Gift Guide: Our annual guide to South Dakota-made gifts. 

 

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