40 Years At Play

Jim Walker, The Founding Father of the Aberdeen Community Theatre I’ve always been impressed with Jim Walker and the Aberdeen Community Theatre. I’m envious too,… Read more »

A Bite of Local Cuisine

Chefs compete for the second year in Aberdeen’s Pheasant Sandwich Shootout There aren’t many places that offer pheasant sandwiches on their menu, but South Dakota’s… Read more »

A Holiday for the History Books

A Huron area farmer and Aberdeen lawyer brought South Dakota’s first-ever presidentially pardoned turkeys to the White House If you’re going to spend Thanksgiving in… Read more »

A New Chapter Begins For The Red Rooster

Siblings Dan Cleberg and Kileen Limvere opened the Red Rooster Coffee House in downtown Aberdeen in 1996. Since then their venue has become a staple… Read more »

An Entertaining ‘Escape’

Lifelong friends Jessie and Jennie are ecstatic to land summer internships at the same company. But their elation quickly vanishes when Jessie discovers a secret… Read more »

Create Makerspace Rings in 2019 with Activities For All Ages

As they continue to grow their presence in Aberdeen, Create Makerspace is looking forward to their busiest year yet. Returning to their calendar will be… Read more »

Dinner to your Doorstep

Craving your favorite restaurant, but not in the mood to go out to eat? Busy at work, and want lunch at your desk? Enter Zip… Read more »

Eighth and Enterprise Makes Room For Business and Storage Needs

When it comes to storage, the more the better. With that idea in mind, Jeff Stockert has built Eighth and Enterprise, a facility set up… Read more »

Fine Tuning Talents

A career with Kindermusik is the perfect fit for teacher Emily Sternhagen As a child enrolled in Kindermusik, Emily Sternhagen probably didn’t predict the classes… Read more »

Forward Together

The Aberdeen Area Diversity Coalition works to bring cross-cultural understanding and connections to the Hub City  “Hi everyone, welcome! Gather in closer, we can fit… Read more »

Help Build It Center Moves Downtown

Hub Area Habitat for Humanity is ready for more applicants to their assistance programs, more shoppers in their retail store, and more home goods and… Read more »

Ice Solid

They’ve won four consecutive state hockey titles, but the Aberdeen Lady Cougars still hold their team values higher than their trophies. I’m at the Odde… Read more »

Living Well in the New Year

Dr. Ginger Conklin’s integrative approach to mental health care “It takes an incredible effort, but life can be so good.” Dr. Ginger Conklin says these… Read more »

Nonprofit Builds Self-Esteem for Aberdeen Area Girls

BIO stands for Beauty Inside and Out, and helping young girls see this in themselves is exactly the goal of an organization that is starting… Read more »

Paying Rent On Earth

Community Champions Awards recognize those who are generous in giving their time to serve Aberdeen.  “It’s your rent on earth,” Glenna Fouberg says, quoting the… Read more »

Pen of Fire

Pyrographer Amanda Phelps shares the art of burning wood Amanda Phelps loves the outdoors. It’s one of the first things the California native brings up… Read more »

Strength and Endurance Showdown

CrossFit Rails hosts athletes from across the region at their Trainwreck Classic CrossFit athletes train all year, in competition only with themselves to get better… Read more »

The Family That Styles Together

Outfits to keep everyone comfy on a winter afternoon Nothing beats the cold like a cup of hot cocoa and a good book. And the… Read more »

When Push Comes to Shovel

Fighting the snow on your driveway is not for the faint of heart. It’s a battle out there, so make sure you choose the right… Read more »

Winter Glam

The season for a glittering night out is now. This time of year it can be tempting to stay inside in your pj’s until May,… Read more »