South Dakota Postcards: Tuesday Trekkers

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The "Tuesday Trekkers" of Good Earth State Park don't view the winter as something to hide from, but rather as a way to experience the outdoors in a whole new way.

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South Dakota Postcards: Skiing Nature

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South Dakota has over 60 state parks and 349 miles of trails, many of which are open year-round for activities like cross-country skiiing.

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South Dakota Postcards: Sliding on Ice

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Curling was added to the official Winter Olympics program for the 1998 Nagano Games. Since then, it has become very popular around the world. The Sioux Falls Curling Club has seen its numbers grow since its inception in 2014. SDPB takes a look at what makes Curling so fun and why so many people are willing to try this sport.

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Coach Rozy's Performance Training Academy

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Mark Roozen operates the Coach Rozy Performance Training Academy in Yankton. Throughout his career, Coach Rozy has worked with NFL, College, and Olympic Athletes. Now, he’s working with a variety of people from all ages.

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The 20th Annual Mickelson Trail Trek - Part One

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Notes, photos, and a few observation on a 109-mile bike ride through the Black Hills.

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The 20th Annual Mickelson Trail Trek - Part Two

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Notes, photos, and observations from Day Two of the 2017 Mickelson Trail Trek.

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The 20th Annual Mickelson Trail Trek - Part Three

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Notes, photos, and observations from the 2017 Mickelson Trail Trek.

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"Kerrie On" at the 2017 Mickelson Trail Trek

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Some Omaha police officers riding the 20th annual Mickelson Trail Trek paused to remember a fallen fellow officer.

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Thunder Valley Celebrates its 50th Anniversary

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Thunder Valley dragway near Parker celebrated its 50th year of racing this year. We caught up with the man who created this little track on the prairie, Glen Rapp.

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