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The Black Hills Gold Rush

The Black Hills Gold Rush began in 1874, when Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer led a group of over 1,000 men from Fort Abraham Lincoln in the Dakota ...

Sharpshooter Daniel Boone May

Daniel Boone May, known as “the fastest gun in the Dakota," protected the Deadwood Stage from outlaws, murderers, and thieves with an iron fist (or, to be more accurate, a steel gun).  The legendary sharpshooter came from humble beginnings. ...

Where Am I? Week 10 Revealed

Our last mystery location in the series stumped you. We'll forgive you if you didn't recognize this spot... Unless you happen to be walking down 4th Str...

5 Things to do at Kool Deadwood Nites

Hundreds of cool and classic hot rods cruise to Deadwood each year for Kool Deadwood Nites. From the car show to the parade to the live music, it can be hard to find time to do everything at the festival. Hit these five highlights to experience the ...

Where Am I? Week 8 Revealed

This week's mystery spot didn't generate any concrete responses. Surprising, considering its prominent location in the heart of town. It's Rapid City's ...

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 found on various street corners in downtown Custer. The bison are holdovers from ...