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South Dakota Magazine

South Dakota Magazine
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About Us

Bi-monthly publication explores the art, culture, food, history, outdoors, people and places of South Dakota.

South Dakota Magazine was founded in 1985 by Bernie Hunhoff, and is headquartered in one of South Dakota's most historic buildings - the brick home built by Territorial Governor John Pennington in 1875.

We are here to explore the wonderful, unique people and places of our favorite state. We're thankful for our readership and the special relationship we share with them. When they call to renew their subscription, they often ask about the weather in Yankton or say hello to our current publisher, Katie Hunhoff (Bernie's daughter). They share story ideas and let us know about interesting places around the state.

That personal relationship is why South Dakota Magazine is a great opportunity for advertisers. Our readers trust us to present them with the best of South Dakota - and we strive to do just that. Subscribe to the South Dakota Magazine or order a gift subscription for only $25 per years, 2 years for $45 or 3 years for $59.

Books and art make memorable gifts. Need ideas - the following are available through the website:
Sky High South Dakota - $29.95 plus shipping & handling
South Dakota Outlaws & Scofflaws - $14.95 plus shipping & handling
South Dakota Curiosities - $16.95 plus shipping & handling
South Dakota in Watercolor (16'' x 20'' unframed prints) - $24.95 each or all three for $64.95 plus shipping & handling
(New) Accidental Rancher - $14.95 plus shipping & handling

We hope you will join us to discovery more of our great state!

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Rep/Contact Info

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Katie Hunhoff
Managing Editor/Owner
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Bernie Hunhoff
Editor & Publisher

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