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The official podcast of Black Hills Superfan.com - Interviews with Black Hills business owners and community leaders.

Latest Episodes

Ep 12- Livin' Local: Clay Crago - Committee Chairman of the Black Hills Roundup Rodeo

The historic Black Hills Roundup is ready for it's 99th year of rodeo action. Wow! 99 years is a long time for any event to go on uninterrupted and the community of Belle Fourche has supported and promoted this event for nearly a century. Today we visit with Clay Crago who is in his first year as chairman of the Black Hills Roundup committee. In this episode Clay talks about what it's like to put together a big event like this - the challenges and rewards. During our speed round we'll find out a few things about the Roundup that you may not know - and - we'll take a sneak peek ahead to the 100th anniversary.

25 MIN2018 JUN 28
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Ep 12- Livin' Local: Clay Crago - Committee Chairman of the Black Hills Roundup Rodeo

Ep 11- Livin' Local: Laura Butler of Green Oven Bakery and Crepe Cafe in Spearfish

Laura Butler went from scientist to savory chef. In this episode of Livin’ Local we’ll learn how this genetic research student from Louisiana started on a career track in dentistry, to one that involved population science to one that involves population satisfaction through fresh-baked goods and unique sweet and savory crepes. With generations of family recipes, including her grandmother’s “slap your mama good” biscuits, Laura is on a mission to please every guest who visits her Green Oven Bakery in downtown Spearfish. With generations of talented bakers in the family she always had a hidden passion for baking which is now on full display on main street. A passion that includes creating delicious and mouthwatering baked goods and sweet and savory crepes with her own special ingredient that makes them extra good. In this episode we’ll learn how the restaurant and bakery got its name. We’ll hear about growing a garden in Wyoming and learn the challenges and rewards of running a...

27 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Ep 11- Livin' Local: Laura Butler of Green Oven Bakery and Crepe Cafe in Spearfish

Ep10-Livin' Local: Marcus Dacar of Dickie's Barbecue Pit of the Northern Hills

Today on Livin' Local we meet a former oilfield worker turned restaurant entreprenuer - Marcus Dacar of Dickie's Barbeque Pit of the Northern Hills. Marcus tells us how Dickeys began back in the early 1940's. There are unique challenges to running a restaurant to serve a specialty item like smoked meats in a fast casual environment.Marcus talks about the process for smoking meat including the time it takes and how that is coordinated to meet the customer’s needs.If you’re not hungry yet, Marcus runs down the menu and you’re probably going to be thinking about making a trip. Marcus does give us his two main secrets to making delicious smoked meats. Then we’ll learn about Marcus’ background. Growing up with parents who were in the energy business he moved a ot and is glad to be settled back in the Black Hills region where some of his relatives have lived for a long while. Marcus is an outdoor enthusiast, mountain biker, hiking, skiing and hunting are his interests. Prior to ownin...

24 MIN2018 JUN 15
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Ep10-Livin' Local: Marcus Dacar of Dickie's Barbecue Pit of the Northern Hills

Latest Episodes

Ep 12- Livin' Local: Clay Crago - Committee Chairman of the Black Hills Roundup Rodeo

The historic Black Hills Roundup is ready for it's 99th year of rodeo action. Wow! 99 years is a long time for any event to go on uninterrupted and the community of Belle Fourche has supported and promoted this event for nearly a century. Today we visit with Clay Crago who is in his first year as chairman of the Black Hills Roundup committee. In this episode Clay talks about what it's like to put together a big event like this - the challenges and rewards. During our speed round we'll find out a few things about the Roundup that you may not know - and - we'll take a sneak peek ahead to the 100th anniversary.

25 MIN2018 JUN 28
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Ep 12- Livin' Local: Clay Crago - Committee Chairman of the Black Hills Roundup Rodeo

Ep 11- Livin' Local: Laura Butler of Green Oven Bakery and Crepe Cafe in Spearfish

Laura Butler went from scientist to savory chef. In this episode of Livin’ Local we’ll learn how this genetic research student from Louisiana started on a career track in dentistry, to one that involved population science to one that involves population satisfaction through fresh-baked goods and unique sweet and savory crepes. With generations of family recipes, including her grandmother’s “slap your mama good” biscuits, Laura is on a mission to please every guest who visits her Green Oven Bakery in downtown Spearfish. With generations of talented bakers in the family she always had a hidden passion for baking which is now on full display on main street. A passion that includes creating delicious and mouthwatering baked goods and sweet and savory crepes with her own special ingredient that makes them extra good. In this episode we’ll learn how the restaurant and bakery got its name. We’ll hear about growing a garden in Wyoming and learn the challenges and rewards of running a...

27 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Ep 11- Livin' Local: Laura Butler of Green Oven Bakery and Crepe Cafe in Spearfish

Ep10-Livin' Local: Marcus Dacar of Dickie's Barbecue Pit of the Northern Hills

Today on Livin' Local we meet a former oilfield worker turned restaurant entreprenuer - Marcus Dacar of Dickie's Barbeque Pit of the Northern Hills. Marcus tells us how Dickeys began back in the early 1940's. There are unique challenges to running a restaurant to serve a specialty item like smoked meats in a fast casual environment.Marcus talks about the process for smoking meat including the time it takes and how that is coordinated to meet the customer’s needs.If you’re not hungry yet, Marcus runs down the menu and you’re probably going to be thinking about making a trip. Marcus does give us his two main secrets to making delicious smoked meats. Then we’ll learn about Marcus’ background. Growing up with parents who were in the energy business he moved a ot and is glad to be settled back in the Black Hills region where some of his relatives have lived for a long while. Marcus is an outdoor enthusiast, mountain biker, hiking, skiing and hunting are his interests. Prior to ownin...

24 MIN2018 JUN 15
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Ep10-Livin' Local: Marcus Dacar of Dickie's Barbecue Pit of the Northern Hills

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