Throughout the 1910s, most of Aberdeen enjoyed streetcar service.
Dakota Territory was a melting pot of people who were searching for a better life. With all their differences in backgrounds, one thing brought them together, music.
The failed mining town of Spokane, South Dakota, is one of about 200 ghost towns in and around the Black Hills.
Dr. Flora Hayward Stanford was an energetic and compassionate physician who came to Deadwood in 1888.
The Stockyards operated continuously for nearly a century and contributed greatly to the growth and prosperity of Sioux Falls.
Frontier doctor Valentine McGillycuddy had a positive relationship with the Lakota people on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation.
In 1932, the road to the winter Olympics passed through Canton, South Dakota.
One of the first and largest telephone systems in the nation was founded in Aberdeen.
Seth Bullock led a cadre of cowboys rode in Teddy Roosevelt's Inaugural Parade. The were the stars of the show and every man had a unique story.
The first installment of Settlement Stories featuring the Germans from Russia of Freeman and Frawley Ranch aired Monday, January 15, 2018. Watch the entire episode here.
The story of George Crook and his soldiers is one of the more harrowing in the history of Dakota Territorial settlement.
On her own in early Deadwood, even a reputable woman could be targeted by nefarious entrepreneurs.
A 20th-century artwork exemplifies traditional Lakota symbols and their meaning.
The problem of snow removal is nothing new for South Dakota but the way we approach it has changed over the decades.
In 1945, U.S. Rep. Francis Case asked President Roosevelt to consider locating the UN headquarters in the Black HIlls.