1960s Charm | Charlie’s Pizza House

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Started in 1959, Charlie’s Pizza House in Yankton is one of the oldest pizzerias in South Dakota. Despite many changes in ownership, the traditional way of making pizzas has stood the test of...

605 Profile | Greg Koch

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“605 Running Company is the number one source for all things running in South Dakota,” said co-owner Greg Koch. “We are a full-service outfitter, provide race event management, and have a robust private coaching program.”

Hang Out With | Linda Kokenge

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For the last 27 years, Linda Kokenge has lived in Tea, raising her family. “One of my talents and passions is creating things from the ground up,” said Kokenge. “The community deserves to...

Tasty Treats | Gaylen’s Gourmet Popcorn

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For almost 30 years, Gaylen Backus has been raising popcorn on his farm. After selling the product wholesale for some time, Gaylen’s Gourmet Popcorn took to making Caramel popcorn treats in the family’s home kitchen in Wentworth.

Meet the Creative | Megan Klinkefus

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On a bustling corner of downtown Brookings sits the bright and modern b.beautiful Hair Lounge. “There is so...

605 Tries | The Wellness Collective

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It’s time to take a step back from life’s biggest stressors to focus on health from a holistic view. Each provider at The Wellness Collective in Sioux Falls is specialized and dedicated to...

605 Stops By | Roy Lake State Park

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Spend some time outdoors at Roy Lake State Park near Lake City in any season. “Roy Lake State Park recently took over the Roy Lake Resort on the property,” said former assistant park...

6 Things To Do | August

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Due to the possibility of cancellations, please check events’ websites/postings before attending. 1.) Mount Rushmore Rodeo August 4, 20, 27 | Mount Rushmore Resort & Lodge at Palmer Gulch | Hill City |...

605 Spotlight | The Highroad Homestead

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For some, life in the city is a dream, but for the Reiman family, their farm is the perfect canvas to bring to life all of their hobbies and whims. Adeline “Addie” Reiman...

On The Menu | Gather

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Years ago, there was a popular shop in Watertown called Past Times Coffee House. After its doors had been closed for some time, Angie Reppe decided it was time for a new spot to open up downtown.

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