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September/October 2007

Youth enjoy a late summer stroll in Silver City, deep in the northern Black Hills. They are (from left) Tessa Huebner, Kristen Wiles, Chris Herr and Tom Malysch.

 

Prairie Peaches: Growing a southern delicacy in South Dakota.

London's Literary Gift: British-born author Edward Griffin came to live in and love western South Dakota.

Little Big Horn Revisited: A British film re-enacted Custer's Last Stand on a ranch near Wasta.

Pollock's Three Stone Idols: The boulders depict an Arikara legend. [read more]

Eureka — Burying the Pessimists: Negativity has been laid to rest in McPherson County.

Homecoming Hijinks:  Wacky fall traditions on South Dakota college campuses.

My Father's Trees: The soulfulness of a Union Center shelterbelt.

Business MavericksSouth Dakota entrepreneurs meet in Chamberlain.

Slim Buttes: Harding County's eighty square miles of wonder.

Working With Walnuts: You'll have a new respect for squirrels after trying to crack these tough nuts. [read more]

Kidnapper Verne Sankey: America's first Public Enemy No. 1.

Hall of Fame Honorees: Thirteen South Dakotans inducted in 2007.

 

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