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Columns

Start the Day with Comfort

October 22, 2020
Baked Oatmeal with Berries proves comfort food can be a morning thing.

When Autumn Leaves Start to Fall

October 14, 2020
A jazzy trip across South Dakota reveals the beauty of fall.

All the Right Notes

October 8, 2020
At the end of an exhausting day, nothing is easier than a sheet pan dinner.

The Windmill Man

October 7, 2020
Mike Moeller keeps these prairie relics of the past spinning.

Heirloom Food Cures for the COVID Era

September 23, 2020
Cherished family recipes provide comfort during troubled times.

The Little Things

September 10, 2020
A macro lens allows us to see nature’s beautiful intricacies.

The Show Goes On

September 2, 2020
Wild Bill and company keep shooting it out during the pandemic.

Rounding Out the Meal

August 27, 2020
Garlic and Basil Focaccia perfectly complements a garden vegetable dinner.

The Mysterious Custer Graves

August 26, 2020
Do six members of the famed Seventh Cavalry rest at the Bon Homme Cemetery?

Salad Bar Confessions

August 13, 2020
Dressed Cherry Tomatoes isn’t your ordinary drenched-in-mayo salad.

Sunday Driver

August 12, 2020
Reviving the daytrips of old offers rejuvenation.

A Bridge for the Black Hills

August 5, 2020
The landmark Keystone Wye interchange was built with the forest in mind.

Flavors of Summer

July 30, 2020
Use what your garden provides.

Sweet Anticipation

July 16, 2020
Watermelons from Forestburg are nearly ripe, and our food columnist can’t wait to add the juicy red cubes to a fresh green salad.

The Color of Summer

July 8, 2020
South Dakota’s flora and fauna are bursting in the vivid hues of the season.

New Times, New Potato Salad

July 2, 2020
Try a tarty twist on this summer side dish staple.

Traveling with a Classic Guidebook

June 24, 2020
The 82-year-old South Dakota Guide still offers fun travel ideas. Photo by Chad Coppess/S.D. Tourism

Happy Places

June 10, 2020
A Memorial Day weekend trek through South Dakota is good for the soul.

A Quiet Paddle

June 8, 2020
You'll see wildlife aplenty along this little-traveled stretch of the Cheyenne River. Just watch out for barbed wire and sandbars.

The Strong and Silent Vegetable

May 28, 2020
Fewer trips to the grocery store have made shelf-stable cabbage a star.

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