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In the February 2018 issue we feature the following:

Cover of Current issue of Main Street Magazine

The content of Main Street Magazine focuses on featuring the people, businesses, places, history, curiosities and important local issues within this area, in features and in in-depth stories.

Telling the story: Parry Teasdale, Editor & Publisher, THE COLUMBIA PAPER

I have known Parry since the inception of his Columbia Paper, and he and his staff have done a wonderful job of bringing everyone the news, weekly to boot! In a time when a lot of publications are folding and people say that “print is dead,” I thought it pertinent to share with you how and why print can thrive with the right folks behind it and with the right stories. Read More >

Love is in the air

It’s almost time for cuddly cupids, heart-shaped cookies, blooming bouquets, and sweet messages of love. Before even committing to booking or cooking an intimate dinner and ruminating over gift ideas, lovebirds should take a moment to refl ect on the history of Valentine’s Day.

Service with a smile

Last summer Olivia May (18) and her mother Mary O’Neill volunteered with the non-profit Simply Smiles on the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Reservation in La Plant, South Dakota, where they have worked since 2009. Olivia was a summer intern and Mary was one of the scores of weekly volunteers who come to the Reservation each summer. Read More >

A Student’s Plea for Much-Needed Education Reform

Madi-son is one of the students I selected and she wanted to write about her frustra-tions with the education system. I was intrigued to hear her opinions, as she is a student whom the system directly affects, so who better to offer her critique and opinions on the matter?