Natalie Marsh of New Hope Massage

When we asked FACES advertiser Natalie Marsh, owner of New Hope Massage, about her passion for massage, here’s what she had to say: “I am an insatiable student of medical massage and take great pleasure in continually bringing new skills to my work. To see the relaxed smiles and happy declarations of “no more pain” is truly my greatest reward!” …

Roy’s Big Bucket

The ALS Association has raised $79.7 million to combat Lou Gehrig’s Disease as people continue to take part in the Ice Bucket Challenge, including longtime loyal FACES advertiser Roy McLaws of Roy’s Westside Autobody, who came up with his own interpretation of just what the word “bucket” means. Way to the set the bar–er, bucket–high, Roy!

Clay Feathers

We’ve run a lot of stories on veterans over the past decade of FACES, so it seems somehow fitting that FACES art director James Van Nuys has been commissioned to sculpt the eagle for the Veteran’s Memorial, which will be dedicated on Veteran’s Day, November 11, in the new promenade at Memorial Park in Rapid City. If you look closely …

All grown up . . . and still growing

When Misty and Delaney Tyon (FACES cover, Winter ’11) stopped by the office today, we hardly recognized the little boy who is now starting eighth grade and is taller than his mother. The talented young skier leaves Saturday to head back to Treasure Mountain in Park City, UT, where he will start school and also begin dry-land training for the …

Mailing FACES

Western Mailers owner Rosemary Harvey, pictured, drives the forklift to get FACES unloaded from the truck, addressed and in the mail to our subscribers and advertisers. She and her crew are so efficient, they usually get magazines to mailboxes the very next day!

Greetings from Jean Wise

When we featured Jean Wise back in our Winter 2007 issue, she was a nurse at Regional Hospital just getting into dog-sledding. We featured her again in our 2010 anniversary issue, and she sent us a picture of her pups, which she was raising in Montana, having exchanged one piece of “God’s Country” (the Black Hills) for another (partnering kennels …