‘Rusty bits & pieces’
A family’s collection
A modest haunting
‘Our little road’
A long time coming
Cherry County Fair and Rodeo
Hailstorm over the big top
Smoke and Steel: Independence Day Demolition Derby
The darkest party in America
Youth revisited: VHS alumni reunion
A queen’s tradition
God and country
Without your neighbor
Lakota youth: Learning to dance
When Sicangu Village lights up at night
River rising: tourism finds its stride
Tradition is one of the most important aspects of the rodeo and of being a rodeo queen.
The Cherry County Fair and Rodeo ran Aug. 5-11, and peaked with two nights of rodeo Friday and Saturday. On Saturday, all of Valentine lost power, but the rodeo went on.
Shane and Noella Red Hawk postponed the date of Shane's father's funeral in order to fulfill a commitment they made to youth on the Rosebud Indian Reservation.
Tubers float by Brewer Bridge on the Niobrara National Scenic River on July 6, 2013. At this point, tubers who started at Berry Bridge have been on the river at least three hours.
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We've got some big things in the works, but first, huge thanks to Vantage for th...
We've got some big things in the works, but first, huge thanks to Vantage for the opportunity to talk about the project and publish some work from this past summer for the first time.
We'll be posting our work to their Instagram account all week (@vantage_photos).
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