The Sioux Falls Skyforce is the longest running minor league basketball team in the United States, and this upcoming season marks its 30th anniversary. There are a lot of teams at this level that have folded or moved, but...
A piece of history makes its way between Hill City and Keystone. From May to December, the 1880 Train offers a scenic ride through the black hills for families and steam engine enthusiasts alike. “It’s really an opportunity to step...
While it’s quiet off-season, the town of Keystone is bustling with thousands of daily visitors Memorial Day through Labor Day. Hike the trails, zip line at Rushmore Tramway Adventure, taste wine at Grapes & Grinds, choose from a variety...

A Toast to Heritage

Searching for the perfect gift to get that favorite co-worker or wine enthusiast in your life? South Dakota Wine: A Fruitful History, by co-authors Denise DePaolo and Kara Sweet, captures the essence of the state’s wine industry and the...

SD Haunted Tours

With chilly temperatures, falling leaves, and whistling winds comes an extra bite in the air this time of year. Stories of the paranormal and the supernatural take center stage as October encourages us to dive into some of history’s...

Annie’s Room

“This place is just full of spirits.” The 605 team asked Sioux Falls psychic medium Donna O’Dea if she would be willing to come with us to the historic Goss Opera House in Watertown. We had heard rumblings of “Annie’s...

Cheers to History

Siouxland Heritage Museums created an event for fellow history enthusiasts to gather, have snacks, drink libations, and discuss a variety of topics dealing with the history of Sioux Falls. Director of the education department Kevin Gansz chatted with 605...
"If you like history like we do, you’ll find it very fascinating,” said Rick Olesen, owner of Wild Bill's Trading Post and co-owner of the Wild Bill Bar in Deadwood. Olesen, who is caretaker of the space for the Texas...
The little barn that sits behind the Falls Park Visitor Information Center has the same rustic look it would have had back in 1917 when the stockyards opened. When you take a step inside, you’ve entered into a whole...
The historic Adams House in Deadwood was built in 1892 and has been home to two prominent families – the Franklins and the Adams. The Victorian Queen Anne-style home includes oak interiors, hand-painted canvas wall coverings, four stained glass...

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