Why pay for something you can get free? In our case the answer is simple. It’s hard, really hard, to find a place in western South Dakota that
celebrates new ideas, innovation, and new ways of looking at old problems. It’s hard to find a community that is intellectually spirited and
independent but non-partisan. Western South Dakota is stuck in a rut. Conservatives are self-satisfied and in denial. Liberals are beaten like
dogs and in denial.
Dakota Day would like to be at the creation of a new vision for western South Dakota. By contributing to our work, you make it possible for more people to participate, by writing their own original contributions, and by commenting on the work of others. You make it possible to report on more
events, break news, and offer original analysis of news that is already afloat in the community. You offer a forum for analysis and coverage that
can’t find its way into the monopoly Rapid City Journal or local television.
If we want a new community, we have to invest in the exchange of ideas that will create a new way forward.
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