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Living

Painting Hay Camp: Early Rapid City Through the Eyes of Pioneer Artist Grace French

Posted by Michael Zimny on

An interview with the Journey Museum's Donna Fisher.

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Sioux Falls Nights: Crafted With Pride

Last Updated by Michael Zimny on

For seventy years, Pride Neon has been lighting up the night on the Sioux Falls city streets.

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2017-18 SDHSAA Distinguished Service Award Recipients

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

The following individuals are the 2017-18 SDHSAA Distinguished Service Award recipients...

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Children & Education

Building Big Bend Dam - 1959-1964

Last Updated by Brian Gevik on

The last-built of the big Missouri River dams has a unique feature.

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Pumpkin Pie Wontons

Posted by Krystal Schoenbauer on

With Halloween behind us, and Thanksgiving only a few weeks away, it's time to start thinking about food. If you're looking for a different way to serve the classic Thanksgiving treat, pumpkin pie, we got just the recipe for you!

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Custer's Historic Stage Coach

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

A relic of early Black Hills transportation is still on display at a Custer museum.

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How to Make Every Grade More Like Kindergarten

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In his new book, MIT professor Mitchel Resnick lays out a vision for encouraging creative thinking, based on his research into what he calls Lifelong Kindergarten.

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Savor Dakota

Student Growth in Wagner

Last Updated by Melissa Sievers on

Students in Wagner have unique access to aquaponic tables and a geodome greenhouse, both of which allow the cultivation of produce all year.

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Helping Neighbors in Need: Beneficial Bales

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South Dakota farmers rally to help cattle producers in need, sending hay to help supply the feed lost in the recent wild fires across parts of Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Colorado.

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At Dakota Brick House, Chef Jim Waters and Team Aren't Holding Anything Back

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The Café Brulé team are reinvigorating Vermillion's Main Street with a new gastropub in historic digs.

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Science & Technology

Life, Liberty, and CyberEthics

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Joseph Bottum leads the new CLASSICS Institute at Dakota State University in Madison.

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The DSU Pumpkin Project - Part One

Last Updated by Brian Gevik on

The contents of an old jar might lead to a cure for cancer and better understanding of humanity's impact on climate change. Or not.

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Medicine Women

Last Updated by Katy Beem on

A new documentary interweaves the lives of Native American women healers of today with the story of America’s first Native doctor.

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Sports & Recreation

Sioux Falls Christian Captures First Football Championship In Program History

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

Sioux Falls Christian defeated Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 27-12 for the Class 11B Championship on Friday afternoon in Vermillion. This is the first ever state football title for the Sioux Falls Christian program.

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2017 9-Man Football Championship Game Recaps

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

All three classes of 9-man high school football held championship games on Thursday at the Dakota Dome in Vermillion. Here are full game recaps from all of the action.

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Britton-Hecla Erases Early Deficit To Win Thriller Over Corsica-Stickney

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Britton-Hecla defeated Corsica-Stickney 44-36 in overtime for the Class 9A Championship game.

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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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