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Summer concerts in South Dakota

The winter months are slow ones for music lovers in South Dakota. The state’s cities and arenas are small by metropolitan standards, so indoor concert options are generally limited. It’s

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CCC Museum of South Dakota to open this month

References to the Great Depression have been numerous during the current economic recession as media commentators have continually reminded us that we could be slipping into the worst economic downturn

General News Outdoor Activities Western SD Wildlife

State’s mountain lion population holds steady after years of growth

One of the more interesting things to happen in South Dakota during the past 10 or so years has been the resurgence of the mountain lion. The big cats were

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Appreciating the complexity of South Dakota’s Indian heritage

The South Dakota Office of Tourism sent out a multimedia press release last week touting the “Native American Story” in South Dakota. The release included video and photos of powwows,

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Extra caution urged this year on the Harney Peak trails

At 7,242 feet, Harney Peak is the highest point in South Dakota and is billed as the highest point east of the Rockies. The peak is accessible by a moderately

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Hop on the wagon train to Fort Pierre

For those who want to learn about the Old West, there are museums, and then there are real, live, hands-on experiences. If you’re interested in both, you could hardly do

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Welcome to our new SouthDakota.com blog

I grew up in South Dakota and got my bachelor’s degree in journalism here, but while I was in college I worked outside of the state every summer. When I