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Our 100th Pheasant Party

September 17, 2018
Bagging birds and swapping stories is an autumn tradition in South Dakota. Photo by Chad Coppess/S.D. Tourism.

After-Storm Chasing

September 12, 2018
In photography, the real thrill comes when thunder and lightning subside.

Off Trail in Custer State Park

September 5, 2018
Bring your sense of adventure and explore the Hay Flats.

A Simple Fix

August 30, 2018
When supper plans go awry, pasta salad saves the day.

Bye Bye Butterflies

August 29, 2018
Here’s one last glimpse of the colorful creatures before they fly south.

My Favorite Time of Year

August 21, 2018
The best 12 days of summer in South Dakota involves lots of baseball and grilled hamburgers.

Discovering Ground Cherries

August 16, 2018
Sweet, yet tart and tropical, these berries are a summertime staple at Burke’s farmers market.

Paddling the Cheyenne

August 8, 2018
You’ll find fossils, mustangs and even a pelican or two.

Fresh, juicy cherries add a pop of tartness to creamy frozen yogurt. Photo by Fran Hill.

Summer Swirl

August 2, 2018
Fresh cherries blend with yogurt for a cool hot-weather treat.

West River Odyssey

July 25, 2018
You never know what to expect when traveling west of the Missouri River.

Elephant Rebellion in Elkton

July 18, 2018
A pachyderm named Hero’s tragic last days in South Dakota. Photo courtesy of the Elkton Community Museum.

Beyond the Chair

July 11, 2018
James “JJ” Janis’ poetry and prose provides a voice for those with disabilities.

Major or Not?

July 10, 2018
Where does Hot Springs fall in the pecking order of American cities?

In the Moment

July 5, 2018
Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble reminds our food writer to hang on to summer.

Faults of Our Fathers

July 3, 2018
Let’s commemorate Independence Day by remembering that even the founders weren’t without their own personal foibles. Photo by Chad Coppess/S.D. Tourism.

Down and Dirty

June 27, 2018
Photography with a macro lens offers new perspectives.

The construction of Fort Randall Dam created Lake Francis Case, which extends more than 105 miles upstream. The community of Pickstown sprung up near the dam and was named in honor of Gen. Lewis A. Pick.

Taming a Wild River

June 20, 2018
Two quarreling engineers created a plan to calm and control the Mighty Missouri.

Hell Canyon’s Flower Power

June 18, 2018
Colorful life re-emerges in the aftermath of the Jasper Fire.

Chasing Birds

May 30, 2018
Following our feathered friends makes an enjoyable spring pastime.

Anticipating a Garden Bounty

May 24, 2018
Bell peppers are still a few months away, but a chef can dream.

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