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All of us at some time need to see our actions from the eyes of another. This is a well-used story and good for a check on ourselves, and how others see us. A man was being tailgated by a … more
As promised, the last week of session was a flurry of activity. To start the year, I wrote that the main themes of the session would be the budget, marijuana bills and a small group of people seeking … more
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and whether you’re Irish or not, it’s a fun day to celebrate. For those who may not know, St. Patrick’s Day originated as a … more
Lately, my teenager has been fascinated by medical dramas. Although my “doctor self” is usually rolling my eyes throughout the program, it’s often a good conversation starter. One recent show … more
They say hindsight is 20-20. Looking back at the year 2020 in hindsight, we now can say that South Dakota consistently made the right decisions during the pandemic. After all, our path has led us to … more
Today’s story should satisfy Canadian readers, folks with Canadian friends, golfers and conservatives. Read it with an open mind, please. Prime Minister Trudeau has added a review of Canadian PGA … more
The thump of my boots echoed in the cold, dark hallway. A bare bulb high above cast shadows over the old steps, but I didn’t care, because when I got to the bottom of those steps and opened the … more
The 2022 SD Legislative session will wrap up in a few more days. Many bills are being finished up, making for long and rather contentious days, especially in the House. One of these bills that just … more
We are heading into the final week of the session, with a lot of activity over the last four days. We have some big things to finalize, and I’m hopeful that legislators will keep in mind that we … more
Whether you are a fisherman or a person who participates in Lent, trying to find a good recipe for fish can be a real challenge. With all the people in the area who love to go fishing and all the … more
The saying goes “time heals all wounds,” but what happens when a wound does not heal? Wounds go through many stages while healing, and complications at any step can prolong the process. The first … more
This past Wednesday, the South Dakota Legislature hit one of its biggest milestones of the legislative session: Crossover Day. Those who follow the Capitol calendar know that bills must successfully … more
“Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart; and ye shall find rest unto your souls.” … more
They were too young to go all by themselves, barely nine and seven. But their dad insisted they would be fine. The ice on the stock dam was probably a foot thick. Dorothy tossed her blonde braids … more
Perhaps this has happened to you: Your recent cough kept you up for another night, so you went to the doctor. The nurse took your vitals. The doctor asked you some questions, listened to your lungs, … more
Tried and true stories have always worked best for The Good Stuff, right behind one you haven't heard or read before (though I can tell you those are few and far between). This oldie-goldie … more
A favorite recipe for children and adults alike is macaroni and cheese. I grew up on it, and it’s almost always made for family gatherings. There are many different ways to make it with assorted … more
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