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November/December 2003

John Green's "Night on the Town."


Nature's Negligee: Without snow, Lady Winter is easy on eyes and backs.

Valley of the Wild: On Dayton Hyde's Black Hills ranch, wild horses roam free.

Yankton — Our End Village: The old territorial capital on the Missouri River remains an interesting place to live or visit.

Rapid City, 1973: A devastating flood and racial conflict tested mayor Don Barnett.

Gentleman Collector: Kent Wintersteen's Indian artifacts settled in Freeman.

Love, Laughter and Lutefisk: Follow your nose — or a Norwegian — to one of South Dakota's lye-soaked cod feeds.

South Dakota's Eye on Earth: Changes around the globe are documented at the EROS Data Center near Sioux Falls.

An Irish-Bohemian Christmas: Recipes for Woster family holiday goodies.

The Black Hills Cure: Antidotes for cabin fever lie around every curve.

A Scandinavian Santa: Could Saint Nick be a tree trimmer in Beresford?

Shaping Survival: For a child of the fifties, the Missouri River was both teacher and friend.




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