Mato Paha or "Bear Mountain" in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota is a sacred site to the Lakota and other Native Americans who believe the Creator Spirit communicates with creatures here through prayers and visions.


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Dr. Seth Fletcher performs with the Tennessee Tech Tuba Ensemble on January 28, 2007 at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

Members of the "Pride of the Plains" Marching Band, University of Nebraska at Kearney, participate in the 2012 New Year's Day Parade in Rome, Italy.


Adam Fletcher enjoys a drive through Tullahoma, Tennessee in Fall 2005.

Adam (far right) performs in 2006 with the real Quarter to Nine at a quaint venue in the small western North Carolina town of Sylva.


Jared Fletcher of Fletcher Construction checks floor work earlier this year at an old house in Shelton, Nebraska.

Mr. Fletcher cuts a hole in the ceiling gypsum board for a light fixture.