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November/December 2022

Lakota holy man Black Elk climbed the mountain that now bears his name in 1931. He saw it as a sacred place that fit his vision for mankind. Photo by Chad Coppess


Black Elk's Good Red Road: A holy man's journey to sainthood.

Family for a Day: No one should be alone on Thanksgiving.

Triumphs and Troubles: West Rapid has a complicated past.

Alcester's Music Man: DeeCort Hammitt's everlasting gift to South Dakota.

Homestake's Pit Ponies: Horses toiled deep underground.

The Respectful Shepherd: Rethinking sheep and life.

Angels of Joe Foss Field: A soldier's best welcome home.

Tiny Towns: The gunslinger of Twin Brooks.

A Musical Bridge: The healing powers of the Lakota Music Project.

Forgotten Giant: How should Aberdeen remember Isaac Lincoln?

Holiday Gift Guide: Our annual guide to South Dakota-made products makes gift-giving easy.




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06:14 pm - Sat, March 11 2023
john rozell said:
Black Elk's Good Red Road: A holy man's journey to sainthood. as a subsciber, why can't I access this article?? j

10:38 am - Sun, March 19 2023
Joan M said:
I loved the article: “The Respectful Shepherd”. Very insightful!

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