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Ready for the end?
Not of the work week, the NBA playoffs or winter. We mean the end of everything, including "Dancing with the Stars."
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AMY'S RANCH SLANTS Man's Best Soap
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STAFF BLOG DISCOVER I-90 Labor Day Weekend Events Wrap Up Summer
From the state Department of Game, Fish and Parks:
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STAFF BLOG ALL ABOUT FOOD Good Friends, Damp Fire and So Much Sâ€™More
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Visitors to Farm Island Recreation Area near Pierre and Platte Creek Recreation Area near Platte will finally get a chance to bring out the campers. Select campsites were available for camping as of Wednesday.
CHAMBERLAIN — All-terrain vehicle use and camping access along the shoreline at Lake Francis Case were the hot topics Thursday night during a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers public “scoping” session.
The session — the fourth held in the area this week — was designed to draw input from residents with comments or concerns about the master plan for the Fort Randall/Lake Francis Case area on the Missouri River. Tom Curran, corps operation project manager, and Jeannine Nauss, natural resource specialist, led the meeting, held at the AmericInn in Chamberlain.
To celebrate the third birthday of their twins, Travis and Erin Stoffel decided to join friends and family Thursday for a campout, complete with motor homes, boating and a recipe for pizza on the grill.
“It’s interesting,” Travis Stoffel said of planned meal, “but it’s good.”
But instead of heading for a destination hundreds of miles away, the Salem couple decided to set up camp at the Lake Mitchell Campground, a grassy, shaded site that borders the southern edge of the lake and, perhaps more important, is just 30 miles from their home.
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