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September/October 2005

Stephen Gassman photographed this young book-worm in a West River hay loft.

 

Generation Xers in Sioux Falls: How youth are changing our largest city's culture.

Kent Meyers — Inspecting Local Life: His newest book, The Work of Wolves, is set in West River.

Hidden Treasure in Vermillion: Photographs illustrate the University of South Dakota's colorful past.

Menno's 'Sweet Pain': The Ulmers compete in tractor pulls with a vehicle that never saw corn.

Images of Place: A collaboration of poems and paintings by Poet Laureate David Allan Evans and artist Ken Steinley.

Aaahhh....Autumn!:  Paul Schiller's photos remind us why we love September in South Dakota.

High Stakes Beef: The National Beef Cook-off comes to Rapid City.

2005 Hall of Fame InducteesThe South Dakota Hall of Fame in Chamberlain honors 15 high achievers.

Black Hills Foothills Towns: Why citizens of Oelrichs, Buffalo Gap and other spots choose to live outside the forest.

2005 Festival of Books: Our guide to South Dakota's premier literary celebration.

 

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