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March/April 2005

Badlands artist Brett Prang's steel buffalo skull, photographed by Juli Wilcox.


Pieces of our Past: Twenty of South Dakota's prized museum artifacts.

Brick Solid Main Street: Tyndall's downtown shops are generations old.

Crossing the Badlands: Jackson County ranchers Brett and Tammy Prang make art from leather and steel. [read more]

Hearing the Deaf: Ben Soukup of Sioux Falls won't take silence as an answer.

Monastery on the Missouri: Benedictine sisters have been working and praying on the Yankton bluff since 1887.

The Rushmore Kid: Robert Hayes grew up watching  presidents emerge from a mountain.

Letter from Grant County: How Alfred Redlin's writing brought Katharina to South Dakota. [read more]

Viborg's Celebrated Son: Alvin Hansen's journey from farm boy to fame.

Shelter from the Storm: For a Hand County family, the blizzard came in March 1966.




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