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Laveria Bull Bear
Tues, Feb 13 – 6:30 pm
Midland Food & Fuel, 404 US -14
Mon, Feb 19 – 6:30 pm
Community Center, 500 S A Ave
Tues, Feb 20 – 6:30 pm
American Legion, S Broadway Ave
Thurs, Feb 22 –…
The Winter Olympics are here! From figure skating and curling to snowboarding and the biathlon, there are so many great events to watch. For a full list of event coverage on the networks of NBCUniversal, visit www.NBCOlympics.com.
Four years before the United States enacted prohibition, South Dakota passed a new prohibition law of its own, referred to as the “Bone-Dry” law. As the familiar story goes, many citizens disagreed and took to making illegal liquor for their families and friends. This led to numerous busts, destroyed stills and moonshiners going to jail. Prohibition ended in 1933, but South Dakota’s “Bone-Dry” law was not repealed until two years later.