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Fun and Games

August 14, 2023
The Garnesses of Hartford craft larger than life fun.

Wagon Master

Doug Hansen is a 19th century craftsman running a 21st century enterprise.

Riding on Air

Smoother motorcycle rides start in Sturgis.

Changing the Game

Erika Peterson gambled on peanut butter and won.

The Badlands Ranch

Pioneering hospitality at Interior.

School for Snowshoes

Teaching traditional crafts at Four Winds Boat Shop.

The Art of Growing Grapes

Cold-hardy vines thrive on the South Dakota prairie.

Turning to the River

A Fort Pierre restaurant challenges conventional thinking.

A New Look

A Langford farmer develops a new camouflage pattern.

Rescuing a Colonial

Guests create new traditions in one of Pierre’s old homes.

Frosting Zebras

Centerville's Royal Bake Shop, and its unique pastry, are staples well beyond Turner County.

Soap That’s Good For You

Beresford soap maker uses local honey and herbs.

Paul Sova’s Bowls

Hundreds of pieces become one work of art.

Getting the Lead Out

New technology from Huron makes shooting ranges cleaner and safer.

Little Manor on the Prairie

Laura Ingalls Wilder fans from across the globe journey to stay at this 1884 Victorian B&B in De Smet.

Tough Times Call for Tough Kennels

Two men from Tea bucked the Great Recession with a new invention.

Stella’s Paint

Colors mixed in Beresford are taking the DIY world by storm.

The Wild Dutchman’s Success

Sunflower seeds from Mound City gain a nationwide following.

The Calving App

Technology from a Faulkton farm makes calving season simpler.

Black Hills Timber

Keeping the forest healthy is a top priority for mountain tree farmers.

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