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Seth Tupper was born and raised in South Dakota and earned a bachelor's degree in journalism from South Dakota State University in 2001.After college, he worked at a newspaper in Minnesota and then returned to South Dakota in 2003 to join the staff of The Daily Republic in Mitchell, where he is currently the publisher.

The clothesline is representative of the days when doing laundry was considered women’s work and neighborhood women exchanged stories over backyard fences when hanging their clothes out to dry.Firesteel was founded in May 1910 as the Firesteel Station. Firesteel was the only coal mining community in South Dakota. However, this mine closed on March 17, 1934, when the government realized that purchasing coal was cheaper than mining it. In 1947, Ben Dollarhide bought out the Runkel Company and formed the Dewey County Coal Company. In one day, 552 tons of coal were pushed through the tipple.Settlers began traveling to the area after rumors of a new township founded over one section began to spread. From the 1910s to the 1930s, Firesteel was an important trade hub.CAWS North Dakota believes in primary prevention and raising awareness for issues surrounding sexual assault and domestic violence.As part of the mission to raise awareness, CAWS North Dakota sponsors three different exhibits.

The clothesline is representative of the days when doing laundry was considered women’s work and neighborhood women exchanged stories over backyard fences when hanging their clothes out to dry.Firesteel was founded in May 1910 as the Firesteel Station. Firesteel was the only coal mining community in South Dakota. However, this mine closed on March 17, 1934, when the government realized that purchasing coal was cheaper than mining it. In 1947, Ben Dollarhide bought out the Runkel Company and formed the Dewey County Coal Company. In one day, 552 tons of coal were pushed through the tipple.Settlers began traveling to the area after rumors of a new township founded over one section began to spread. From the 1910s to the 1930s, Firesteel was an important trade hub.CAWS North Dakota believes in primary prevention and raising awareness for issues surrounding sexual assault and domestic violence.As part of the mission to raise awareness, CAWS North Dakota sponsors three different exhibits.Fires claimed many businesses and in the 1960's the mine and the school both closed.