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Amanda Pennington’s grave has gone unmarked for 130 years. [read more]
One woman’s gift became the seed for Spearfish’s public library.
Ruth Ziolkowski gently, but firmly, shepherded the Crazy Horse carving.
Sigurd Anderson was a major part of South Dakota government for half a century.
Calvin Coolidge’s three-week vacation in the Black Hills became a three-month retreat from Washington.
Remembering composer and Aberdeen native John Cacavas.
July 3, 2014
Amanda Pennington’s grave has gone unmarked for 130 years. [read More]
July 1, 2014
Is a fortune in gold buried near Sheridan Lake? [read More]
June 18, 2014
What survives after 125 years of statehood? [read More]
June 17, 2014
A new statue honors South Dakota’s World War II flying ace. [read More]