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A 38-foot iron cross adorns the family cemetery at Brett and Tammy Prang s Frying Pan Guest Ranch. Photo by Bernie Hunhoff.

Kadoka's Incredible Metal


Jackson County ranchers Brett and Tammy Prang manipulate steel and scraps into monumental art.

Wagon Master


Doug Hansen is a 19th century craftsman running a 21st century enterprise.

Riding in Stride


Pedal-less bikes made in Rapid City make learning a breeze.

Chairs that Last


Kerry Hogan brought old-world craftsmanship to Tripp.

From Nature to Your Home


Jeremy and Bobbi Schmidt turn detritus from the great outdoors into functional goods.

Off the Grid


Forty2 solar generators bring power where it’s needed most.

The Hunter’s New Friend


The Ground Blind Buddy keeps you organized in the field.

The Wild Dutchman’s Success


Sunflower seeds from Mound City gain a nationwide following.

The Doorhickey


No hands? No problem, thanks to a Brookings couple and their new gadget.

Traditional Tea


Native blends produced in Aberdeen soothe the soul.

Melon Mate


Gary Geier’s invention takes the wobble out of slicing watermelon.

Sprucing Up


Faux trees from Yankton spruce up towers and boost phone coverage.

Paul Sova’s Bowls


Hundreds of pieces become one work of art.

Busy Bees


Video games made in Brookings help kids learn about nature.

Yankton Rocks


Locals aid Alaska television miners.

Bickering Over Brandy


The Rounds family makes smooth spirits atop a river bluff.

Chocolates to Sigh For


Deadwood’s most delectable desserts come from the Chubby Chipmunk.

Shawn Gengerke s invention ensures you load the perfect amount of grain every time.

The Perfect Load of Grain


There's no more guessing thanks to Shawn Gengerke.

A Developing Story


Rand Williams is a matchmaker of old buildings and today’s dreams.

South Dakota State University s dairy bar serves ice cream and other treats produced on campus.

The Cookies and Cream Dream


The ice cream flavor was born at SDSU.

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