"South Dakota has often been referred to as "the land of infinite variety." That variety is reflected in everything from our weather and scenery to our economy, state symbols, and famous folks. South Dakota ranks 16th in size among the 50 states. It was the 40th state to join the Union in 1889 and encompasses 77,123 square miles, averaging 10 people per square mile. South Dakota boasts more miles of shoreline than the state of Florida and the highest point in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains "- Travel South Dakota.
Goats Take Over Sioux Falls Schools For Fun Activity
Students at Joe Foss at Axtell Park School in Sioux Falls were treated to a relaxing morning of yoga...with a twist.
Popular Sioux Falls Sandwich Shop Announces Reopening & Changes
Say good-bye to glass bottles of soda and hello to a new soda fountain machine at this Sioux Falls sandwich spot.
South Dakota Volleyball Makes ESPN..But They Aren't The Highlight
One South Dakota university just made an appearance on an ESPN highlight. However, this South Dakota team wasn't the main attraction in this epic video.
Watertown First Grade Teacher Awarded Milken Educator Award
First-grade teacher Abby Turbak was sitting on the floor with her students at McKinley Elementary when she learned that she is South Dakota's 2022 Milken Educator Award winner.
Say What? South Dakota Is Filled Full of a Bunch of Fast-Talkers?
There's a new study out that says the average South Dakotan can talk a blue streak.
Did You Hear About That Drone Flying Down Main St In Hartford?
I bet this was cool to see going on in Hartford.
Look at the Prices on these Vintage South Dakota Restaurant Menus
We found a bunch of old restaurant menus and take a look at the prices lunch used to cost.
How Do Minnesota & South Dakota Rank In Helping Stranded Drivers?
After being among the top 5 states in 2021 where lending a hand to a stranded traveler, South Dakota has fallen down the ladder.
Will There Be A White Christmas In South Dakota This Year?
Dreaming of a white Christmas? Hold on to that dream...
Are South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa 'Best States for Jobs'?
Jobs are plentiful nationwide, but what makes one state better than another job-wise?