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October/November 1987

A cottonwood, resplendent in yellow, stands out among other trees in Spearfish Canyon in the Black Hills. Photo by Gordon Clark of Irene, South Dakota.


Opening Day at Redfield: Our "Pheasant Capital" isn't taking its reputation for granted.

Turkey Supper: A hilarious tale of young love at the church supper.

Play It Again: It took a trip abroad to rekindle a Scotland farmer's love for the accordion.

Frank Leahy: The Schemer: Leahy, the famous Notre Dame gridiron coach, got his start in athletics at Winner High School.

The Bronc From Buffalo: Only one man rode the wild Tipperary in his rodeo prime.

Crazy Horse: Pointing to the Future: A Florida man finds inspiration at a Custer mountain. [read more]

Father's Work is Set in Stone: A Dakota pioneer learned to build with stone, and his walls are rock-solid yet today.




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