Gramps:  Still Talking @ 129

Gramps: Still Talking @ 129

Discover the importance of a good family narrative when you hear what "Gramps" has to say at 129.

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Do You Remember Your First Car?

Do You Remember Your First Car?

Who doesn't?  Mine was a 1960 Mercury Comet (dull ugly blue). It took me to work, teen dances, on a few dates and generally anywhere I needed to go.  I loved it.  How about yours?

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The Letter...Dad's still delivering 45 years later.

The Letter...Dad's still delivering 45 years later.

The letter was typed on onionskin paper. It was dated May 24, 1971, the day of my high school commencement, and the letter was from my dad.

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The Uncle Buddy I Never Knew

The Uncle Buddy I Never Knew

 "The first thing I'm going to do when I get to heaven is to look up those German boys I killed during the war and tell them how sorry I am." That's one of the last things my Uncle Buddy said before he passed away in 1990.

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South Dakota Veterans' Stories:  Joe Lolley

South Dakota Veterans' Stories: Joe Lolley

Storytelling America interviewed veterans at the Michael J. Fitzmaurice State Veterans Home in Hot Springs, SD on July 23, 2015.  Joe Lolley was World War II artilleryman in George Patton's Army.

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Catholics Planned Siege Of Protestants in Clay County?

Catholics Planned Siege Of Protestants in Clay County?

In 1892 many of the Scandinavians were sure more than rosary beads were coming over the hill.  Read more...

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People Always Need Paint

People Always Need Paint

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Norberg Paints:  Faith, Family and Community for 131 Years.  This longevity has made them the oldest continuously owned family business in South Dakota.

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My Story:  "Tuts" Lucking

My Story: "Tuts" Lucking

Everybody has a story worth telling, Theresa "Tuts" Lucking is no different when she shares her experiences of 85 years.

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