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I hope everyone had a great Easter. It was a nice excuse for us to take a much-needed break from our remodel job and to enjoy some time with family. With the long Easter weekend, we probably could … more
Greetings from the Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society. Some may be wondering what is happening at the Society. What have we been up to all winter? The short answer is making new displays and … more
Easter is a happy time For those of us who know The reason for the death of Christ. Oh! How He loved us so. Easter is the time when God Raised Jesus from the dead. To give us life forevermore He gave … more
Skin is the largest organ in the human body, but it’s easy to take it for granted. Unless we notice pain or itching or funny spots, most people don’t give it much thought. However, the skin is … more
I love learning about history. When I see the granite faces on Mount Rushmore, I always want to learn more about the men enshrined there. When I walk through downtown Rapid City and see the bronze … more
It's my favorite time of year... Holy Week. The truth of Easter is beautiful and powerful and emotional, and I look forward every year to embracing this week, to get completely lost in the symbolism … more
Nearly every night of my growing-up years, at least some of the family spent our last waking hours in front of our 15-inch black and white Zenith. Sponsors paid to air the shows, so commercials … more
The last week has included visits with American Legion members in De Smet, Howard and Lake Preston, Kiwanis Club in Madison and many more. As a citizen legislature we live and work in the communities … more
The kitchen remodel continues with lots of stumbling blocks along the way, but we are getting closer to the finish line. Even though there is still plenty of work to do, the award for most help given … more
April marks Month of the Military Child, an annual celebration where communities across the country lift up the sons and daughters of our military heroes. During this time, we remember that the men … more
A while ago, I was in a local business and ran into several people I knew. As I was leaving, someone new introduced himself to me. We visited for a few moments, and then he ended the conversation … more
I just thought it was old, but obviously it was special to her. She smiled softly as her fingers wrapped around the single, curved brass handle on the tiger-oak frame and tugged the glass door open. … more
During my business life, I have managed often. And this I kept learning: I hoard notes from wiser leaders than I. That helps me keep learning. I share with you a small list from which you could learn … more
Over the course of the last two weekends, I’ve been able to attend community events in Ramona and Arlington to support the fire department and the American Legion. Both events had huge crowds in … more
In many ways, the pioneers led a simple life. The Ingalls family lived in tiny, homemade homes, cooked the same, simple meals over and over. Space was limited in their covered wagon, where they … more
Our kitchen remodel continues, and although it’s taking longer than expected, I can finally say some major improvements have been completed. Progress is being made thanks to some help from friends … more
I enjoy visiting with my colleagues who are medical specialists. We dive in and explore the depths of a particular condition. However, there is something to say about the breadth of knowledge that a … more
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