When Steve Geidt was hospitalized and unable to enjoy the Christmas lights of Aberdeen in 2017, his friends and colleagues at Livestock Specialists placed a lighted tree atop the Purina Mills elevator where he could see it from his hospital room window.
Colorful Creations of Aberdeen and the Leola Arts Council have joined forces to bring creative arts opportunities to Leola school students! Help us celebrate this excellent act on April 3 in Aberdeen on the NSU campus.
A 1928 granary built by a Groton-area farm family was restored and transformed into the centerpiece of a campus for the celebration of Northern Plains art and culture in the James River Valley. Read more about this excellent act!
The story of how Germans from Russia settled in South Dakota and influenced the history of the state is told in a new permanent exhibit on the campus of Northern State University. Join us in celebrating them on April 3!
The community of Faulkton invited Australian artist, Guido van Helten, to use a grain elevator as a giant canvas to showcase artwork visible for miles around. Join us in Aberdeen on April 3 to celebrate this excellent act!
2017 Inductee Jeff Broin SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO.com) -- Ethanol giant Poet and the City of Sioux Falls have signed a ten-year contract extension to buy methane gas generated by landfill garbage. The gas comes off the garbage at the Sioux Falls Regional Landfill. Poet uses the gas in its ethanol-making process at the big … Continue reading More Sioux Falls garbage to gas to Poet
A school sociology project began when Mitch Reed invited his students at Waverly-South Shore to answer six basic questions about themselves and place their answers in a cardboard box. The project led to a popular first book and launched Reed’s second career as a motivational speaker.
Three South Dakota Hall of Fame inductees will share their stories of excellence during the Journey Museum's Women's History Month Turtle Soup event on Friday, March 22 at 12pm.
Barb Pearson-Cramer, a child of adoption herself, started a business with her husband to provide personalized adoption services to other families seeking children. Barbara and her Faulkton-based agency are being celebrated on April 3 for their acts of excellence.