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Traditional Tea

Native blends produced in Aberdeen soothe the soul.

Melon Mate

Gary Geier’s invention takes the wobble out of slicing watermelon.

Sprucing Up

Faux trees from Yankton spruce up towers and boost phone coverage.

Paul Sova’s Bowls

Hundreds of pieces become one work of art.

Busy Bees

Video games made in Brookings help kids learn about nature.

Yankton Rocks

Locals aid Alaska television miners.

Bickering Over Brandy

The Rounds family makes smooth spirits atop a river bluff.

Chocolates to Sigh For

Deadwood’s most delectable desserts come from the Chubby Chipmunk.

Shawn Gengerke s invention ensures you load the perfect amount of grain every time.

The Perfect Load of Grain

There's no more guessing thanks to Shawn Gengerke.

A Developing Story

Rand Williams is a matchmaker of old buildings and today’s dreams.

South Dakota State University s dairy bar serves ice cream and other treats produced on campus.

The Cookies and Cream Dream

The ice cream flavor was born at SDSU.

Custer gunsmith Hugh Toenjes.

The Rifleman

Old-world craftsmanship in the Black Hills.

Making ‘Scents’

Pleasant aromas are wafting through Platte.

Riding in Stride

Pedal-less bikes made in Rapid City make learning a breeze.

Peace Lights, made in Mitchell, absorb solar energy throughout the day and provide a steady, comforting light through the night.

Mitchell’s Eternal Flame

Peace Lights glow around the world.

Tanka Bar s mix of bison and cranberry has origins in traditional Lakota culture and serves as a low-calorie alternative to other snack foods.

Wasna for a New Generation

Tanka Bars feed the masses and help those living on Pine Ridge.

Farm-made at Lake Preston

“If it’s smokin’ it’s cooking — if it’s black it’s done”: the family motto that led to a better grill.

Oscar Austad began Austad s Golf by selling equipment from the trunk of his car.

The Sales Secrets of Oscar Austad

Sioux Falls’ golf empire started in a car trunk.

Gas, Pop, Eggs ... and 1,000 Guns

Kones Korner is a hunter's paradise in Hamlin County.

Jim and Nancy Schade at their Volga vineyard.

Fruit of the Volga Vine

Jim and Nancy Schade have made Brookings County wine country.

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