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Custer Campgrounds

When you think of camping in Custer, you think of the Custer State Park. Camping in the park can be very crowded and noisy at times. Therefore some of the

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Native American Attractions

South Dakota is home to nine different Native American tribes, including Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota people.  Spread throughout the state, the nine tribes include the Cheyenne River Sioux, Crow Creek

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Lab uses “Angels and Demons” to raise awareness of research

South Dakota has an underground science laboratory in the Black Hills. Neither I nor most of the state’s residents fully understand what goes on down there, but we know 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

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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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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