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2016 Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup A Column By Governor Dennis Daugaard

A column by Gov. Dennis Daugaard:

On Friday morning, Sept. 30, a few dozen cowboys will put on their boots and saddle up their horses. Custer State Park employees will arise before dawn. 281 more words

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Planning A Destination Wedding - Advice From Local Vendors

In this, the second installment in our “Destination Weddings” blog post series, we are featuring some advice and thoughts from some of the area vendors that we know and trust.  878 more words

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Thune Provision Would Help Prevent Out-of-Control Federal Prescribed Burns

Washington – U.S. Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) Tuesday offered an amendment to the Emergency Wildfire and Forest Management Act of 2016 that would address the way prescribed burns are handled by federal agencies. 233 more words

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The Death of Common Sense 

“Aw, look at that 2,000-pound bison. I just want to pinch its foot-long horns and rest my head against its bone-crushing hooves.”

Said no one ever … until recently. 239 more words


Deadwood to Gering

After a little look around the shops of Deadwood we set off to Mount Rushmore, which was very impressive.

We had considered going to see the Crazy Horse Memorial, but we also wanted to go through Custer State park, due to time and the length of our journey we decided to miss Crazy Horse. 197 more words

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Planning a Destination Weddding - Featuring Cindy & Jon's June 2016 Sylvan Lake Wedding

At JD Productions we pride ourselves on providing personalized, detailed, and thorough service to each and every couple we work with.  These days, about half of our couples are planning their wedding from afar—meaning they don’t live in the Black Hills but are planning their special day at one of our area’s fantastic venues.  1,750 more words

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Early Evening Organic Dinner at Custer State Park

All Images: Herb Ryan/Custer Free Press
Ran across this group on the Wildlife Loop in Custer State Park about one mile from the new visitors center at 6:00pm Thursday September 8, 2016. 73 more words

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