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Where Am I? Week 7 Revealed

Maybe it was the steady roar of motorcycle engines filling the Black Hills all week. In any case, this week's mystery spot didn't leave too many of you sputte...

Where Am I? Week 5 Revealed

A couple of people had a keen eye this week and led the charge in identifying our mystery spot: This painted bison sculpture is one of eight that can be...

Gold Discovery Days Offers Fun for the Family

Gold has been synonymous with the Black Hills since 1874, when George Armstrong Custer and his troops in the 7th Cavalry discovered deposits in French Creek, near the present-day location of the town named in his honor. Custer has been celebrating p...

Where Am I? Week 4 Revealed

We don't mean to leave you dangling! It's time to reveal this week's mystery spot. Most people found it a little more difficult to figure out the location... ...

Neutrino Day: Where Science Meets Music

Get your geek on and visit the Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center for a day of science and free fun!  History of Lead and Neutrino Day Lead, S.D. is home to one of the most prestigious labs in the nation. The Sanford Underground Researc...

Best Places to View Fireworks

Every 4th of July, we celebrate America's independence with barbecues, parades, picnics, and more. Nothing brings out that patriotic spirit more than a festive...

Wild Bill Days: A Spectacle to Be Seen

Full of wild western tales and legends, Deadwood is home to many famous and infamous characters throughout time. Established in the late 19th century, this cit...

Memory Walk Honors 1972 Flood Victims

Take a walk through Braeburn Park just upstream from Canyon Lake and you'll stumble upon concrete foundations and even a few partial stairways lining the normally-placid waters of Rapid Creek. The crumbling remains, mostly overgrown by lush vegetati...