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May/June 2001

"Uniquely South Dakota," by artist John Green of Madison.


Snapshots in Time: How nature wrecked and restored Stagebarn Canyon.

Aberdeen: The Brown County seat is not the place that author Hamlin Garland once knew.

Only in South Dakota: 100 travel tips unique to the Rushmore State.

White Ghost Leader: Vernon Ashley took the reins in Crow Creek's darkest hour.

Twisting in the Wind: Bristol farmer John Sigdestad captured a fierce South Dakota storm.

The Woman Behind Rushmore: Mary Borglum was more than a mountain-carver's wife.

East Meets West at Al's: South Dakota's melting pot bubbles in the Al's Oasis kitchen in Oacoma.

Farm Cats: Not even rabies can stop this vigorous breed.

Childhood in Aberdeen: Tom Daschle remembers.

Baum's Aberdeen Oz: During his South Dakota days, author L. Frank Baum was a baseball booster. [read more]

Every Artist Needs a Friend: How Faulkton keeps prairie painter Charles Greener alive.




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