Kelly Melius uses cow sense and common sense to build livestock equipment on his farm near Faulkton.
January 22, 2013
A Sioux Falls market feeds 'body, mind and spirit'
Brookings men make ATVing easier.
Boards from Daktronics in Brookings illuminate the world.
A Phillips Avenue bookstore has been a haven for Sioux Falls readers since 1988.
One Jackson County woman knows how to stretch a dollar — and she'll tell you how, too.
Sioux Falls craftsman John Nordlie's pipe organs are pleasing to the eye and ear.
Pine Ridge hot spot Big Bat's is not your average gas station.
Canistota's "Mobile Meat Market" may be delivering free-range, local meat to your town this summer.
Savoring a southeastern South Dakota tradition — mutton on a stick.
Black Hills gold jewelry is rich with legend.
The founder is gone, but his "Super Water" goes on.
Century-old opera houses are regaining their former stature.
Gurneys have been growing nursery stock in Yankton since 1898, but the business wasn’t always as peaceful as it is today.
Doug Hansen is a 19th century craftsman running a 21st century enterprise.
These South Dakota innovators keep the motorcycle world humming long after the Sturgis Rally is over.
Black Hills craftsmen create natural, durable home furnishings.
Scenic, South Dakota received national attention this week when Twila Merril, who owns much of the town, put it up for sale.
Dr. Seuss has Whoville. Casey has Mudville. And Peever had Pieville, thanks to Char's Cafe.
Gary's School for the Blind is now a top-notch resort.