2020: A Time to Reflect

It goes without saying that the year 2020 will be one that we will not forget. Headlined by social movements… Read more »

5 Famous Presidents who Visited Aberdeen, SD

It’s unlikely that either major presidential candidate will visit Aberdeen on his campaign this fall, but it would not be… Read more »

55+ Housing Development Breaks Ground

Refuge Retreats broke ground just south of Carlsen Funeral Home and Crematory in late September. The upcoming 55+ housing development… Read more »

A Storybook Land Christmas

Find Storybook Land’s yellow brick road and sunny playgrounds fading from memory around the holidays? Well, the inspiration for our… Read more »

Aberdeen Area Chaplain Corps – A Ministry of Presence

It’s been said, “80 percent of life is just showing up.” Jay Rossman, pastor at Holy Cross Lutheran Church and… Read more »

All Hail the South Dakota Snow Queens

Hours of preparation go into this moment. Teen girls from across the state travel to Aberdeen for their chance to… Read more »

Apparel For Last Chance Friends

Business partners Gene Krueger and Dennis Schaffer owned the Last Chance Bar at 1023 S. Main from 1983- 2001. Along… Read more »

Christmas Shopping Locally

It’s uncertain what Black Friday will look like in 2020, but Winterfest is set to continue for its 42nd consecutive… Read more »

Deck the Halls of this Rolling Hills Home

For Kristen Kwasniewski, moving from Chicago, Illinois, to Aberdeen, South Dakota, was an easy choice to be with her fiancé,… Read more »

Greetings from Aberdeen

New Downtown mural attracts dozens of contest entries. Greetings From Aberdeen originates from a time when America’s travel culture started… Read more »

Her Vote. Her Voice.

Just 100 years ago, the course of the nation changed with the passing of the 19th Amendment. It allowed the… Read more »

Intentional Kindness

Consciously choosing to be happier may sound easier than it is. Nicole J. Phillips, motivational speaker and author of The… Read more »

Johnson Honors Vietnam Vets

The importance of honoring the sacrifice Vietnam veterans have made for us is something Representative Dusty Johnson wants to make… Read more »

Ken’s Bottle Shop Remodels

In August, Ken’s SuperFair Foods celebrated the grand reopening of their newly remodeled liquor store and beer cave. CEO Kevin… Read more »

Making Spirits Bright

North Pole Nog Ingredients 6 oz prepared eggnog 1 oz spiced rum 2 oz bourbon Ground cinnamon for garnish 1… Read more »

Mural Brightens Sixth Avenue

Local artists Nick and Nicole Fischer have undertaken their largest outdoor mural yet to keep a piece of summer year-round… Read more »

Pheasant Hunting in Aberdeen: 2020 Ringneck Rush

Opening weekend for pheasant hunting in Aberdeen is behind us, but the traditional pheasant hunting season continues through January 31.… Read more »

Some Mo’s Cakes, Please!

Have a sweet tooth and looking to try something different? Mo’s Cakes opened in September, and owner Madyson Ogdahl has… Read more »

Sun And Self-Care

Sun City Tanning Studio is open at 2220 Sixth Avenue Southeast. They have five sunbeds, including one stand-up bed, and… Read more »

The Best Shows on Hulu Right Now

Thanks to the pandemic (maybe you’ve heard of it?), I’ve started to watch more and more on Hulu this year.… Read more »

The NSU Band Played On

There may not be a parade or football game this year for Northern’s homecoming, but that hasn’t stopped NSU’s Marching… Read more »

Times Gone By

When it comes to local art, one rarely thinks of Facebook as the place to display it. For Kevin Kendall,… Read more »