A Generation of Resilience

The individuals of the greatest generation have faced several challenges during their lifespan. From World Wars to economic downturns, and… Read more »


A Home Away From Home

Do you ever wonder how international exchange programs for high school students work? Is it as simple as purchasing a… Read more »


A Look Inside: The Aberdeen Wings

The Aberdeen Wings were named the 2020-21 Central Division Organization of the Year after achieving major organizational and junior hockey… Read more »


A Modern Look for a Historic Building

Built in 1910, the Citizens Building was Aberdeen’s first high rise building and was a symbol for the substantial growth… Read more »


A Two-Way Main Street

The Aberdeen Downtown Association (ADA) has invested in a series of projects to revitalize downtown Aberdeen. The next big proposal… Read more »


Aberdeen Author, Joseph Holt

Golden Heart Parade, the debut story collection from Aberdeen author Joseph Holt, was released this fall. Many of the stories… Read more »


An Artist’s Intuition

In every stage of her life, Pat Casanova had a creative outlet, but only recently has she made it her… Read more »


Big Move for Conklin Clinics

In the Spring of 2022, Conklin Clinics expects to be in a new home near the intersection of Eighth Avenue… Read more »


Brother Deng

When William “Willie” Deng was 14 years old, he started on the first leg of a journey that would ultimately… Read more »


Get to Know: Cameron Eichler

Cameron Eichler is a Christ-fearing and longtime South Dakotan who is the face of Eichler Hearing Center. A married man… Read more »


Groove Reflex Redux

The first time I witnessed the band called Groove Reflex was in Spring 2006 at Melgaard Park. They’d set up… Read more »


Sammy’s Welcomes New Owners

On Aug. 23, Audumn and Brian Beidler became the new owners of Sammy’s Omelette Shop, located at 212 S. Main… Read more »


Scooter’s Coffee Coming to Aberdeen

Scooter’s Coffee is coming to 606 S. Washington St. with the target of opening for business in late November/early December… Read more »


The Ultimate Word-of-Mouth Business

When I met with Hub City Radio owner Brian Lundquist for this story, he showed me a video on his… Read more »


Tradition of Change at Kessler’s

A Kessler’s remodel is underway, as you may have noticed driving by on Sixth Avenue. The revamp will be completed… Read more »


Traditional Holiday Pies… But Different

I’ve never been a fan of pies. I’m not sure why. Consistency, texture, and sweetness all play delicate roles in… Read more »


“We Serve”

In 1921, the Aberdeen Lions Club was chartered by 42 men and became a member of the Lions Clubs International.… Read more »


A Christmas Cottage

Airbnb and VRBO have been steadily rising in popularity as an alternative to hotels. Both are website-based systems that allow… Read more »


Aberdeen Roots: Percy Grote

When you look out at the beautiful green hills that is the Moccasin Creek Country Club golf course, could you… Read more »


Aberdeen’s Palace on the Prairie

Twelve years have quickly flown by since my book, Palaces on the Prairie, was published by the North Dakota Institute… Read more »


Aberdeen’s Unseen Heroes

On Dec. 21 this year, the 40 et 8 service group will be celebrating its 100th birthday.  Our very own… Read more »