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A Scandal Unfolds

November 13, 2013
Why South Dakotans must pay attention to the EB-5 investigation.

Obama's Scarlet Sound Bite

November 7, 2013
"If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it" may be the phrase President Obama is remembered by.

Fall scene in Brookings County. Click to enlarge photos.

Fall Medicine

November 4, 2013
A day spent in search of southeastern South Dakota's autumn beauty is good for the soul.

Photo by Fran Hill.

Go Eat Worms!

October 30, 2013
An easy, playful sandwich fuels little ghouls and goblins for a night of Halloween fun.

"Free Leonard Peltier," Says SD Republican

October 30, 2013
Republican legislator Steve Hickey has a controversial proposal for improving white-Native American relations.

A traveling exhibit at the Washington Pavilion features a replica of Sue the T. rex.

Sue's Back in South Dakota!

October 28, 2013
A replica of the largest, most complete and most controversial Tyrannosaurus rex fossil ever unearthed is on display in Sioux Falls.

The Original Kimball Popcorn Ball

October 24, 2013
A blend of butter, corn, marshmallows and entrepreneurial spirit binds one Brule County town.

Noem and the Budget Crisis

October 22, 2013
The Aberdeen American News has lost patience with South Dakota's lone representative in the U.S. House.

Celebrating with Martha & Roger

October 18, 2013
Do the holidays up right with these tips from two of America's greatest proponents of graceful living.

Leaping Around the World

October 18, 2013
The South Dakota Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre is saying goodbye to a treasured artifact this weekend.

Photo by Fran Hill.

Turning Into a Pumpkin

October 17, 2013
Spiced pumpkin cake drizzled with warm caramel sauce makes the perfect fall comfort food.

Photo by Bernie Hunhoff.

Carcasses in the Creek, Noem in a Box

October 16, 2013
Dare we expand the welfare state to help our West River ranchers? The answer is simple.

Winter Storm Atlas devastated many West River cattle herds.

Finding Support After the Storm

October 9, 2013
How to help South Dakota ranchers who suffered a severe blow in last week’s blizzard.

Happy hunters at Oak Tree Lodge. Click to enlarge photos.

No Limit to the Fun

October 9, 2013
The Nun Hunt supports Watertown's Benedictine sisters with outdoor fun at Oak Tree Lodge near Clark.

All of Raymond

October 8, 2013
Joan Putman got to know her Clark County neighbors by sketching every single one.

West River's Fleeting Fall Color

October 7, 2013
Capturing autumn's splendor at Sage Creek Wilderness, Vanocker Canyon, Slim Buttes and Foster Bay.

Quinoa is an ancient, nutritious grain that s easy to prepare. Photo by Fran Hill.

It Takes All Kinds

October 3, 2013
Explore the healthy end of the food trend spectrum with quinoa, an ancient grain-like seed.

Stick Around, Uncle Sam

October 2, 2013
Ten things South Dakota does not want the federal government to shut down.

USDA Photo.

Potatoes and Promises

September 26, 2013
South Dakota spuds served Swedish style — with cream and dill.

Recalls and Responsibility

September 25, 2013
Politicians ignore the popular will at their peril — that's the lesson we can take from Colorado's recent recall election.

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