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A new Termesphere was installed in downtown Spearfish on July 30, 2017.
A new Termesphere was installed in downtown Spearfish on July 30, 2017.
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August 1, 2017

New Termesphere Installed and Dedicated in Downtown Spearfish

On July 30, a Termesphere created by Spearfish artist Dick Termes was installed on the clocktower at the corner of Hudson and Main Streets in Spearfish, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. The 3-foot-diameter Termesphere features local landscapes.

A gear system for the Termesphere turns the orb around for viewers to get a better glance at all of its artwork. The mechanism was created by Jared Capp.

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