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Sunflower seeds from Mound City gain a nationwide following.
No hands? No problem, thanks to a Brookings couple and their new gadget.
Native blends produced in Aberdeen soothe the soul.
Gary Geier’s invention takes the wobble out of slicing watermelon.
Faux trees from Yankton spruce up towers and boost phone coverage.
Hundreds of pieces become one work of art.
Video games made in Brookings help kids learn about nature.
Locals aid Alaska television miners.
The Rounds family makes smooth spirits atop a river bluff.
Deadwood’s most delectable desserts come from the Chubby Chipmunk.
There's no more guessing thanks to Shawn Gengerke.
Rand Williams is a matchmaker of old buildings and today’s dreams.
The ice cream flavor was born at SDSU.
Old-world craftsmanship in the Black Hills.
Pleasant aromas are wafting through Platte.
Pedal-less bikes made in Rapid City make learning a breeze.
Peace Lights glow around the world.
Tanka Bars feed the masses and help those living on Pine Ridge.
“If it’s smokin’ it’s cooking — if it’s black it’s done”: the family motto that led to a better grill.
Sioux Falls’ golf empire started in a car trunk.