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Gentlemen, Crank Your Engines

July 8, 2011
Today is the kick-off for the slowest procession on wheels — The Tri-State Iron Association's annual ride.

Rapid City Peregrine Release: Now on Live Feed

June 22, 2011
Raptor biologist Janie Fink released osprey near Yankton a few years ago. Now she's in Rapid City releasing peregrine falcons.

Randy Halverson s  Sub-Zero: A Winter Night Time Lapse  has received national attention.

A Farmer’s Pictures

May 19, 2011
A Kennebec farmer shoots jaw-dropping time lapse videos of South Dakota's night skies.

First Time Mushroom Hunting

June 17, 2011
I didn't need another hobby, but I found a new one last weekend in morel mushroom hunting. And it combines two things I already enjoy — hiking and eating healthy, unusual foods.

Can We Live With Asian Carp?

May 12, 2011
Voracious Asian carp are slowly invading South Dakota's rivers and streams.

General Custer didn t leave any gold behind on his 1874 expedition to the Black Hills.

No Gold In Those Hills

May 5, 2011
Photographer Paul Horsted of Custer sets the record straight about the myth of the 1874 Custer Expedition's buried treasure.

Traveling S.D.: 75 Years Ago

April 27, 2011
Interesting historical tidbits from a 1930s South Dakota guidebook.

Jane Fink Cantwell is the director of Birds of Prey Northwest, an organization devoted to helping raptors.

Peregrine Reintroduction in Rapid City

April 19, 2011
Many will remember Mar/Apr 2009's feature on Jane Fink Cantwell. Cantwell is the director of Birds of Prey Northwest, an Idaho organization devoted to helping raptors. She brought 20 young ospreys to Lake Yankton in the summer of 2008 and kept a watchful eye over them until the reintroduction program ended in 2010. Cantwell is now getting ready for the reintroduction of 15 young peregrines in Rapid ...

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