Additional Articles

  • DeSantis overtakes Trump in New Hampshire

    National polls show former President Donald Trump with a commanding lead over all other Republicans for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination.

  • Historic moment: Post-Roe America begins now

    “Nights of Rage” are how some pro-choice activists described their plans for the days following the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade.

  • Polk a man of faith

    James Knox Polk (1795-1849), 11th President of the United States, Inaugural Address, March 4, 1845:

  • Roosevelt was grateful to God

    Theodore Roosevelt, Second Inaugural Address, March 4, 1905:

  • First president gave thanks to a higher power

    George Washington (1732-1799) served as the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War and First President of the United States, and is historically regarded as the “Father of His Country.”

  • Our great lakes face new and old challenges

    PETOSKEY, Mich. – The Great Lakes: Great venue for hunting and harvest by Indigenous people and vast movements of population and manufactured products. Great resources for a thirsty and energy-hungry continent. Great effect on the culture of the two countries that share these great waterways.

  • Noem, GOP need to support life-affirming policies

    Gov. Noem appeared on both CBS and ABC Sunday, June 26, with the message that South Dakota will strictly enforce the trigger law that imposes a near-absolute ban on abortions.

  • Trying to land a Lunker

    Doc didn’t expect any patients before 10 o’clock this morning, so he was up and coffee’d and gone by 6:30. Lewis Creek. The Lunker’s hole on Lewis Creek.

  • The right products are very important

    I was packing for our recent trip to Mexico when I found the old tube of VO5.

  • Youth camp a great experience

    Hello, my name is Essy Klingbile, and I’m very grateful for this opportunity to attend the SDWF Youth Conservation Camp from June 5 to June 11, 2022, in the Black Hills.

  • Nothing was unusual about that Pentecost massacre in Nigeria

    The massacre occurred during a Sunday mass, but it wasn’t an ordinary Sunday – this was the great feast of Pentecost, which marks the end of the Easter season.

  • As the man said, know when to fold ’em

    As far as I’m concerned, Joe Biden is a national hero: the savior of our democracy, and as decent a man as has ever occupied the Oval Office. They ought to put up his statue on courthouse squares across America.

  • Bridging the digital divide in rural America

    Rural communities across the country too often fall behind when it comes to getting access to the most efficient and effective broadband technology – technology that’s so common in urban areas that it’s often taken for granted by those who live there.

  • Let’s try fearlessness and love

    For several years I was associated with an international organization, Peace Brigades International. It had its origins with Mahatma Gandhi, who coined the phrase “Peace Brigades” in his native India, to describe groups of trained volunteers who would go into situations of conflict (often between Hindus and Muslims) and be a force for peace.

  • Helping moms and babies

    Last week, the Supreme Court announced something that countless Americans have prayed for over the past 50 years: they reversed the Roe v. Wade decision and allowed states to make their own choices over abortion policy. In South Dakota, we have a law on the books that makes abortion illegal immediately, except to preserve the life of the mother.