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Landmarks: The Miller Bulls

Last Updated by Michael Zimny on

A Pair of Bulls — a Hereford and an Angus — Stand as a Tribute to Miller's Ranching Heritage

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Wayne Porter Has Built His Giant Horse. Time to Take it for a Ride.

Posted by Michael Zimny on

Out of his head. Onto the highway.

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2017 Fall Academic Achievement Team Award Recipients

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

All varsity athletic teams and fine arts groups that achieve a combined grade point average of 3.0 or higher are eligible to receive the SDHSAA Academic Achievement Team Award. With the completion of all the SDHSAA fall activities, the SDHSAA announces the following schools and their teams who have received the “Academic Achievement Team Awards” for the 2017-2018 Fall Season.

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Children & Education

HOW TO RAISE STRONG GIRLS

Posted by Laura Dimock on

Self-confidence and resilience require time and practice. Katie Hurley, LCSW, shares simple tips for encouraging young girls to learn coping, build emotional strength, and develop their own strong voices.

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Holy White Man

Posted by Text by Gary Enright - Director - 1881 Courthouse Museum - Custer, Brian Gevik on

Frontier doctor Valentine McGillycuddy had a positive relationship with the Lakota people on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation.

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The Canton Ski Hill - 1912-1944

Posted by Brian Gevik on

In 1932, the road to the winter Olympics passed through Canton, South Dakota.

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Do You Know A Teacher Who Has Gone The Extra Mile — Or Beyond?

Posted by Laura Dimock on

If so, fill out this form or email us at npred@npr.org. A member of NPR Ed may be in touch and your response may be used in an upcoming story.

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Savor Dakota

Savor Dakota at the Legislature: SB 96, Make Chislic the State Nosh

Last Updated by Melissa Sievers on

Chislic is a love it or leave it type of dish with a significant following. The meat treat is typically served using lamb or mutton, occasionally other proteins might be offered instead. Senate Bill 96 would make the skewered meat the official nosh of South Dakota.

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Salad Dressing by Chef MJ Adams

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Preparing your own salad dressing is easy. Chef MJ Adams shares one recipe.

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Savor Dakota: Master Gardener

Last Updated by Melissa Sievers on

Mary Trykoski is a master gardener and says there is room for more people in the program.

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Science & Technology

vMVPDS are finally catching on

Posted by Kent Osborne on

YouTube TV had great ad placement in the Baseball World Series

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Here Comes the Sun

Last Updated by Katy Beem on

Watching the solar eclipse in South Dakota with amateur astronomer Frank Belinskey.

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Electronic Entertainment Expo 2017 Preview

Posted by Mark Diischer on

Within a few days, the Electronic Entertainment Expo will kick off in Los Angeles, California, and all of the tech world will be shifting their gaze to the L.A. Convention Center for the largest trade show in the industry. The 2017 “E3” Conference is shaping up to be one of the most influential and ground-breaking conferences in it’s brief history.

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Sports & Recreation

Yankton Freshman Matthew Mors Scores 1,000th Career Point

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

Matthew Mors of Yankton scored his 1,000th career point on Saturday night in a road battle against the Watertown Arrows. While numerous players in South Dakota have had high school careers of 1,000 points or more, this one stands out because Mors is only a freshman.

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South Dakota Media Preps High School Basketball Poll (February 12 - 17)

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

The South Dakota Prep Media basketball poll for the week of Feb. 12 is listed below, ranking the top-five teams, the team’s record, and points received. First-place votes are indicated in parentheses.

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2018 State Gymnastics Team Results

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

The State Gymnastics Meet was underway at the Civic Arena in Watertown on Friday February 9. Mitchell took home the team title in Class AA, while Deuel won the team state championship in Class A.

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"In The Margins" With Lori Walsh

A Book, A Hammock and a Lifetime of Reading

Last Updated by Lori Walsh on

It's time to pack your beach bag with books and get ready for a holiday weekend. As the summer reading season heats up, we catch up with Peggy Stout. She's the owner of Prairie Pages Bookseller in Pierre.

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