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Outdoors

The Missouri: A Strong Brown God?


Old-timers are comparing this year's disaster to 1952, when the river experienced a "spring rise" in April that caused a frenzy of rescue efforts somewhat like we've experienced this year.

Nine Mile Lake


Shaped by glaciers. Rounded by time. Preserved by the people of Marshall County.

The Old Swimming Hole


Warm water and rare plants make Cascade Falls a unique place to take a dip.  

Working Dogs


Children are fewer and hired hands are hard to find, but a South Dakota rancher can always depend on a stockdog.

Eating Wild Cactus


Wild plants like the prickly pear cactus have served many purposes.

Exploring Gilley's Grove


History and unique plants highlight this Brookings County treasure. 

The Roghairs

The Last Chokecherry Picking


Who knew picking chokecherries could be so dangerous?

Biking the High Country


Mountains and bicycling don’t always go hand-in-hand. Many mountain ranges are too steep, too cold, too hot, too wild or too isolated for two-wheeling.

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