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July/August 1992

"Missouri Breaks" by Eureka artist Lynn Newman.

 

Agriculture and the Arts: Mitchell exhibit explores the relationship between agriculture and art.

Painting the Town: Artists often re-create what they love, and that's why Myrtle Twedt paints the history of Spink, South Dakota.

Lynn Newman's Rural Icons: Eureka artist Lynn Newman uses ordinary country symbols to design his extraordinary images.

John Gritts: Spearfish artist is best known for his portraiture of Native Americans.

Going Underground for Gold: 8,000 feet underground to the Homestake Gold Mine.

The Holstein War: A controversial shipment of dairy cows to Germany in 1921.

Brookings: Hobos and Hyacinths: A city of diversity and beauty.

Sailing Lake Oahe: A well-kept secret on the Missouri River.

 

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