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July/August 2019

A resourceful farmer hung a gate tightener on the quartzite marker at 60th Avenue and State Line Road, on the border between the Dakotas. Photo by Bernie Hunhoff.

 

Border Country: We take a peek across the state line and see what our neighboring states have to offer. 

Feared and Revered: Our complex relationship with the prairie rattlesnake.

Stealing the Show: Custer State Park's bison are stars in their own right, but the Black Hills Playhouse gets top billing in summertime.

Eats of Eden: Wing Wednesdays are a culinary highlight of Marshall County's social calendar. 

Hiking Centennial Trail: A Hill City couple's guidebook features the pearls and perils of the Black Hills' longest, most primitive trail.

The Missouri Runs Through Me: The river has a way of getting into your soul. 

The Cowboy's Artist: Rodeo becomes art in Tony Chytka's Belle Fourche studio.

 

 

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