All Are Welcome At Open Mic Night

One of Aberdeen’s event centers is quickly becoming a hub for local talent. The Hub City Station Event Center hosts… Read more »

Artists of the Prairie

The Show The Dacotah Prairie Museum will be hosting their second biennial “Artists of the Prairie” art show in the… Read more »

Book Club

The Housekeepers by Alex Hay The blend of historical fiction with suspense and mystery, along with the unique premise of… Read more »

Book Review

I am a firm believer that people of all ages can enjoy Young Adult literature, and The Pirate’s Curse: Brigands… Read more »

Dinner and a Show – Murder at Cafe Noir

Aberdeen Community Theatre’s newest production, “Murder at Cafe Noir”, marked their return to dinner theater after 25 years. The show… Read more »

Forte’ Living Comes to Aberdeen

A 100-unit apartment complex for folks 55 and older is being built on the north end of Aberdeen. The Forte’… Read more »

Get to Know: Tasha Westby Tietz

Tasha Westby Tietz has always been interested in history, and in 2020 she created a Facebook page to share her… Read more »

Minds Matter Focuses on Brain Health

Tiffany Zimmerman-Hoeft wants to promote early intervention when it comes to addressing cognitive declines. Zimmerman-Hoeft has started Minds Matter, PLLC,… 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 »

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 »

One Family’s Update on Another Family’s Vision

In April of 2022, Nick and Barbie Billig did something they hadn’t done before. From the comfort of their cozy… Read more »

Pot Roast Recipe

I think there are few things better than coming home after a long day of work and being greeted by… Read more »

Taken for Granite

The Sioux Quartzite Outcrop Trail Quartzite is one of the region’s most unique features, but Jim Kersten only started to… Read more »

We’re the Shrinks, and That’s a Wrap

Franne Sippel and Becky Kuch came up with the idea for Shrink Rap the Podcast during the COVID lockdown of… Read more »

Then & Now: 400 Block S. Main St

Then – 400 Block S. Main, 1928 It is estimated that most silent films have been lost to time. This… Read more »

Where You Started: First Jobs in the Hub City

As with many people, my first job was working for my dad. I helped move his law firm from its… Read more »