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May/June 1996

Humboldt artist Bonnie Brahms captures the shaky steps of a newborn buffalo calf in the oil titled New Born.


Places to Go, Things to Do: Armed with a Black Hills to-do list, Paul Higbee's family is ready for summer.

Discovering the Badlands: World-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright described his first glimpse of the Badlands in 1935.

Lawman Gone Bad: Following the trail of Verne Miller, a Beadle County sheriff turned gangster. [read more]

Lennox Lives On: How one of South Dakota's authentic small towns thrives under the shadow of Sioux Falls.

Barnstorming with Roosevelt: The elections of 1996 couldn't hope to create the excitement Teddy stirred in 1900.

Pages of the Past: Diaries may hold the keys to South Dakota's past.

Twists of Fate: South Dakotans have endured their share of death and destruction from tornadoes.

The Duck in the Highway Department: You don't have to live in the country to enjoy nature's wonders.

Navigating the Mighty Mo: River rat Jim Peterson of Vermillion helped guide the steamboat Far West on a treacherous journey down the wild Missouri River. [read more]




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