A History of Camp Wisagoma

ABERDEEN, S.D. –When Ken Kirkpatrick sent us his story about Harmetta, The Pickerel Lake Ghost, we asked on the “You know you’re from Aberdeen, South Dakota,… Read more »


A Sea of Grass & Sky

Don’t let this summer pass you by without a visit to one of our region’s best-kept secrets: The Samuel H. Ordway, Jr. Memorial Preserve ABERDEEN,… Read more »


Adorable and Affordable

ABERDEEN, S.D. –Thanks to a new children’s boutique, busy Aberdeen parents are shopping online and having their kids’ clothes delivered right to their doorsteps. Boss Baby… Read more »


An Invention Built by a Village

What began as a simple shoebox top with holes is turning into an important invention for patients who take breathing treatments.  It all started because… Read more »


Casually Chic

Seven Cool Ways to Dress up a T-Shirt ABERDEEN, S.D. –It’s the age-old dilemma every woman has faced. Should you wear the t-shirt supporting your favorite… Read more »


Designing Their Dreams

Christo and Charlene deVilliers are planting an outdoor retreat near Aberdeen As garden and landscape experts, you’d expect Christo and Charlene deVilliers to love plants.… Read more »


Dulce’s Hispanic Minimarket Opens

ABERDEEN, S.D. –If there’s a staple from Latin America that you’re missing from your kitchen, chances are you’ll find it at Dulce’s Hispanic Store. The shelves… Read more »


Find Your Fair Story

A closer look at the small details that make up summer’s biggest event Ask any one person, and they’ll all come back with a different… Read more »


Happiness in Color

Molly Hornaman paints the world with joy   ABERDEEN, S.D. – It’s difficult to write about Molly Hornaman using a plain, black font. A colorful pen would… Read more »


Harmetta: The Pickerel Lake Ghost

ABERDEEN, S.D. – In the summer of 1953, the boys at the YMCA’s Camp Wisagoma on Pickerel Lake were enjoying their evenings singing camp songs, performing skits,… Read more »


Local Food Drive Shatters Record

ABERDEEN, S.D. –Twenty-five thousand four hundred and fifty-five. That’s how many pounds of food the Aberdeen community donated to local food pantries in May. The number… Read more »


Summertime Blues

A home remodel with staycation-worthy style ABERDEEN, S.D. –This spring, we transformed a 1980s-style ranch house on Richmond Lake into a modern-day retreat.  The kitchen, which… Read more »


The Boys of the Summer of ’42

The Pilots of the Flying Coffins of World War II In 1933, Adolf Hitler was declared Chancellor of Germany and became head of the Nazi… Read more »


The Doctor Is On

Doc Sebastian shares the art (and science) behind a career in radio. ABERDEEN, S.D. –How many guys do you know who do 15 hours of work… Read more »


Year-Round Entertainment Center is on the Way

ABERDEEN, S.D. –We’ve all had our plans ruined by that reliable South Dakota weather (cue the rain, wind, and snow). A new entertainment center opening this… Read more »