The Sturgis Public Library will host “Crossroads: Change in Rural America” exhibit that explores the evolving landscape of rural American communities in the 20th century. In cooperation with the South Dakota Humanities Council, Crossroads opens March 13th through April 30th.
Spending nearly $5,000 per student more than the national average, Wyoming's education is the "Best in the West." While coal lease bonuses have dissolved leaders believe they will continue the premiere education program.
One beacon of inspiration is Joyce Jefferson, a South Dakota storyteller and narrator but most importantly a figure in Rapid city who makes its her business to share stories and remind all of us the importance of knowing black history.