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September/October 2008

Usually we visit forests and river valleys to enjoy fall foliage, but Emmylou O'Brien found autumn color while walking the dog on Walnut Street in downtown Yankton.


West River's Poets: How the wild prairie bonds a small society of female writers.

What If You Lived in Faith?: A Meade County town with a character all its own.

Cartoonists of South Dakota: The men and women who make us laugh.

Tomato Farming: Raising the favorite fruit of summer, plus a recipe for fried green tomatoes.

Autumn Falls: South Dakota's outdoor photographers share their favorite waterfalls.

Why Cowboys Can Sing: Mysteries of the open range are explored at a Journey Museum exhibit.

Book Keeping: What sells at South Dakota's secondhand bookstores? [read more]

Hall of Fame HonoreesCelebrating the lives of 13 South Dakota greats.

2008 Festival of Books: A pull-out guide to the 2008 South Dakota Festival of Books in Sioux Falls.




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