Issue #47 Spring 2017


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Lizzie and Luke Anderson

by Molly Barari Custer’s Elizabeth Anderson, 16, and Luke Anderson, 19, have been called the Black Hills’ version of Dancing with the Stars’ famous sibling duo Julianne and Derek Hough. Lizzie and Luke smile at the comparison. They hear it all the time. And they don’t mind. Lizzie is a junior at Rapid City Christian High School, and Luke graduates …

Bev Warne

by Karen Psiaki You can never predict the faces of the strangers who will help you in life.  In the case of Beverly Warne those faces were many, unexpected, and surprising at every turn.  Without them, she would never have had the opportunity to become who she is:  a nurse, an educator, and a program coordinator and advisor at SDSU …

Erin Riibe

by Kelly J. Riibe Erin Riibe goes by a lot of names and titles. Colleagues and students call him doctor or professor, while friends and family think of him as a stellar fishing guide and great white hunter. He also occasionally gets called by his given name, Erin, after being born on St. Patrick’s Day and named in honor of …

Meghan Mordhorst Mack

by Jaclyn Lanae Meghan Mordhorst Mack is a teacher. She gets up every morning, gets her little ones to daycare, and arrives at her classroom, like so many teachers do every day. She manages students, creates lesson plans, administers tests… Meghan’s classroom though, is unlike most others. There are tables and there are students, but there are no chemistry sets …

Annie and Marty Andrews

by Michelle Mullenerg Paweiski It all started with Walter – a 15 or 16-year-old yellow lab with severe hip dysplasia, a broken leg that never healed properly, very little hearing and no voice box. Walter was set to live out the remainder of his life in a shelter in Douglas, Wyoming. That was until Annie Andrews saw his photo on …

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