10 of the Most Mispronounced South Dakota Towns
If you're not from South Dakota (like myself) you might have some trouble pronouncing some of the unique names this state has to offer. But which of these are the most difficult?
Here's a list of the ten towns in South Dakota people from out of state can't pronounce.
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10 Towns Out-of-Staters Can't Pronounce
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I have to admit, I had trouble pronouncing most of these before I moved here. But that's what makes SD's towns unique. They have their own take on things.
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8 Celebrities You May to Run Into In South Dakota
You may not think of South Dakota as the crossroads of celebrity life. That's a good thing, we kind of like to live under the radar here on the upper plains.
But, living in South Dakota we are just a few degrees away from stardom. Not just because the author of the Little House on the Prairie books is from here. Or because every time Tom Brokaw shows up on TV, someone will say, "You know he's from Yankton."
We may not have as much of a chance at a celebrity sighting in South Dakota as we would in Minneapolis, but there are some famous personalities you may run into in the 605.
Food Network Shows That Have Been To South Dakota
Living here in the upper midwest we are don't end up on national TV shows very often. That's probably a good thing in the long run.
But it is pretty cool when something from South Dakota is on TV. Three shows from the Food Network family of shows have showcased South Dakota restaurants.
You may remember when Guy Fieri and Diners Drive-ins and Dives was in Sioux Falls in June of 2020 to visit some of our city's unique establishments.
A few years ago the Travel Channel Show Food Paradise visited Deadwood.
If you remember the 'golden age' of Foot Network, back when Rachel Ray was the queen of the channel, she took her show $40 a Day to Rapid City in 2005.