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Debunking Iowa Myths: Is Iowa Really the Flattest State?
You might not find any mountains in Iowa but it's also nowhere near the flattest state in the country
How Many South Dakotans Have Perished in Our Nation's Wars?
Since gaining statehood in 1889, South Dakota has sent its very best to each and every conflict the U.S. has been involved in. From the Spanish American War, all the way to Iraq and Afghanistan, those who serve in the armed forces have brought great pride to the Mount Rushmore State.
Here's How Many Iowans Have Perished in Our Nation's Wars
Iowans have fought in nearly every American conflict and the amount of lives sacrificed to our nation is more than you might expect.
Josh Turner Interview on the KXRB Morning Show
Josh was kind enough to give us his time on Andy and Christine in the Morning this week to discuss the release of the album on vinyl, his upcoming tour, and the 20-year journey he's had in Nashville.
This 22 Acre Minnesota Island is Entirely for Bunnies?
A bunny's paradise can be found on a 22-Acre Island on the Mississippi River in Minnesota. And even more astounding is the person who made it happen.
Dollar Bill Worth $150,000 Could Be Hiding in Minnesota
It's a dollar bill that is hiding out there somewhere and just might be in the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes. But in order to spot it, you have to know exactly what to look for.
The Absolute Worst Parking Lots in Sioux Falls
Is the parking lot you dread driving in the most on this list? Take a look and find out.
The Oldest Cemetery in All of Iowa
However, the oldest cemetery in Iowa has been around for so long that, for many years, it was forgotten in history.
Six Tick Species That Are Already Thriving in South Dakota
Tick season is already (unfortunately) here in South Dakota and there are at least six species of the blood-sucking pest that thrive in the Mount Rushmore State.
The 4 Largest Landowners in All of South Dakota
With all that land, there's a lot of wide open space for cattle ranches, agriculture, and state and national parks. And while most of the Mount Rushmore State's land is owned by those you may expect, one outlier on this list might make you scratch your head.