It Takes a Village


NSU Hosts Technology and Entrepreneurship Summit

The Northern Innovation & Startup Center is hosting its Technology and Entrepreneurship Summit on Wednesday, November 15 at Northern State… Read more »

Fall Style Show 2022

Local boutiques came together Thursday, September 29th, for the Aberdeen Magazine 2022 Fall Style Show at Engels Event Co. on… Read more »

Think Before You ‘Send’

When he was 13, Dan Ellison was incarcerated for sending a humiliating photo of a classmate to all his friends… Read more »

Downtown Art Project Winners Announced

Three Aberdeen artists recently received awards and cash prizes for their artworks that appear on the windows of downtown businesses.… Read more »


Get to Know: Olaf Hanson

Olaf Hanson moved from Fargo, North Dakota to Aberdeen back in 2014. “Coach Tom Dosch recruited me to NSU to… Read more »

Lights, Camera, Build It!

Back in our July/August 2023 issue of Aberdeen Magazine, we featured local handyman Mike Re in our Get to Know… Read more »

Get to Know: Mike Re

Two years ago, Mike Re left his career in computer software and made the move from Philadelphia, PA, to Aberdeen.… Read more »

Talkin’ About the New Sound

On March 17, 1997, Scott Sauer and Kevin Pleinis opened Pauer Sound in Aberdeen. Now, over 25 years later, Alex… Read more »


One Step at a Time

On a chilly fall morning 15 years ago, a contingent of local runners finished their informal group training session and… Read more »

Teen Shooters Becoming New Top Guns

A group of sharp shooters are right on target when it comes to growing their sport. Boys and girls from… Read more »

Get to Know: Derek Washenberger

Derek Washenberger of Hub City MMA & BJJ teaches a variety of practical martial arts to students of all ages… Read more »

It’s Always Volleyball Season

While volleyball has a defined season for high school athletes, the sport never truly goes out of season in Aberdeen… Read more »

What's New

Functional Fitness Gym Trains All Ages

Rails Strength & Fitness has recently gone through a renaming, but the core of the gym’s goals have remained the… Read more »

Students Prepare for Mathcounts Chapter Competition

Middle school students in Aberdeen and surrounding areas have been working hard to prepare for the Northeastern South Dakota Mathcounts… Read more »

Aberdeen Area Arts Council Names New Director

Last December, Jason Hill started his new role as the Executive Director of the Aberdeen Area Arts Council. Originally from… Read more »

Lending a Helping Paw

A new pet advocacy group has been formed in Aberdeen. PAAWS for Life meets in the K.O. Lee Aberdeen Public… Read more »

Your City

A New Chapter for Local Landmarks

When Presentation College shuttered its doors last spring, there was a deep sadness among students, alumni, and community leaders. For… Read more »

It Takes a Village

When Amanda Meyer and her husband received their first foster placement, there wasn’t time to prepare. It was early evening,… Read more »

Major Home Repairs Are Possible

Imagine waking up to an icy chill permeating your home on a frosty January morning. You glance at the thermostat,… Read more »

More Donations Mean More Programming

With a record-breaking fundraising campaign ($787,000 for 2022/23 Campaign), the United Way of Northeastern SD (UWNESD) was able to add… Read more »