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  1. Dec 02, 2022 · In Rapid City, you’ll discover that small moments make the biggest impact. It's here, you'll meet American heroes, take in local arts and culture, explore the outdoors and indulge in a unique dining scene. Enhance your Black Hills experience in Rapid City and download our Visitors Guide to start planning your next big adventure.

  2. The city is in extreme eastern South Dakota, about 15 miles (24 km) west of the Minnesota border. Sioux Falls has been assigned the ZIP Codes 57101, 57103–57110, 57117–57118, 57188–57189, and 57192–57198, and the FIPS place code 59020. Metropolitan area. The Sioux Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area consists of four South Dakota counties:

  3. The Fighting Stallions Memorial is a sculpture built to honor the eight South Dakota residents, including Governor George S. Mickelson, who died in an airplane crash on April 19, 1993. The Flaming Fountain Memorial is a fountain with a perpetually burning natural gas flame. It was installed to honor South Dakotan veterans.

  4. Belle Fourche (/ b ɛ l ˈ f uː ʃ /; bel-FOOSH) is a city in and the county seat of Butte County, South Dakota, United States. Its population was 5,617 at the 2020 census. It is near the geographic center of the United States, which moved some 550 miles northwest from the geographic center of the contiguous United States in Lebanon, Kansas with the admission of Alaska and Hawaii in the mid ...

  5. Dakota City, Nebraska, is just south of South Sioux City with a population of 1,919 as of 2010. It is the county seat of Dakota County. Dakota Dunes, South Dakota, is an unincorporated "master-planned community" just west of Sioux City in the extreme southeast corner of South Dakota with a population of about 2,700. Construction began c. 1989.

  6. The Diocese of Rapid City (Latin: Dioecesis Rapidopolitana) is a Latin Church ecclesiastical territory or diocese of the Catholic Church in western South Dakota, United States. It is a suffragan in the ecclesiastical province of the metropolitan Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis .

  7. 'fort') is the capital city of South Dakota and the seat of Hughes County. The population was 14,091 at the 2020 census, making it the second-least populous state capital in the United States, after Montpelier, Vermont. It is South Dakota's ninth-most populous city. Founded in 1880, it was selected as the state capital when the territory was ...

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