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September/October 1998

"Teach Your Children Well," like other pastels by Mary Groth, captures images of life on the Great Plains — the land, the people and the relationships between them.


Connections with the Land: Art brings Mitchell's Cherie Ramsdell closer to her South Dakota roots.

From Rails to Trails: Finding new uses for an old Black Hills rail line. [read more]

South Dakota's Eye in the Sky: Viewing the world from EROS Data Center near Sioux Falls.

On the Trail of 'Lord Grizzly': Tracing the steps of a mountain man and an author.

Raising Eyebrows: Unusual crops and livestock may be key to South Dakota's agricultural future.

An Author's Journey to Dakota: Kathleen Norris found her way to Lemmon and stayed.

Springfield: A Bon Homme County town that simply refuses to die.

Fort Sisseton Kid: How Robert J. Perry saved the old military post. [read more]

Close Encounters of a Rural Kind: Some South Dakota treasures are as close as the mailbox.




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