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September/October 2001

"Nicollet Tower Observed" by John Green of Madison.


Sisseton's Secrets: Children, entrepreneurs and fish are plentiful in Roberts County.

Rediscovering the Wild Missouri: Lewis and Clark's river faces peril.

Ghost Buster: Psychic Donna O'Dea of Sioux Falls sees spirits and helps them move on. [read more]

Rose Mary Goodson: A West River artist sketched her way through life.

Hotel Alex Johnson: Rapid City's landmark has been lodging colorful people for 75 years.

Purple Power: Since ancient times, Echinacea, or purple coneflower, has brought pleasure and relief.

Hall of Fame: Thirteen South Dakotans enter the house of legends in Chamberlain.

Frog Creek Birthday Club: An amphibian school and a lifetime of Clay County fun.

Kuchen Cookin': A recipe for South Dakota's state dessert of German-Russian extraction.

Sica HollowA fall photo essay by Chad Coppess of the people-friendly Coteau forest with an evil past.

Dorothy Morgan: Painting rural Brookings for the world to enjoy.




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