"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.
How Bicycle Friendly Are Minnesota, Iowa, and South Dakota?
One is in the top five, one is in the bottom five nationally
South Dakota 1880 Train Marking 65 Years of Living History
On Saturday, August 20 the 65th-anniversary celebration will mark the first passenger train departure on the 1880 Train in 1957.
When Does Sioux Falls Usually Falls Get its First Snow?
When the calendar says autumn we start that South Dakota tradition of waiting for the snow.
Why Is Minnesota’s Voyageurs National Park Not Visited Like The Rest?
Voyageurs is one of the least visited of the 63 National Parks.
Best Thrifting Cities in Iowa, Minnesota, and South Dakota
We've come a long way from the days of 'hand me down' and 'second-hand' clothes and the negative stigma that sometimes came with them
Flashback: South Dakota Lemonade Stand Makes Huge Splash
Wyatt wants to raise $65,000 for the kids at St. Jude's Children's Hospital by the end of August! Let's help Wyatt reach his goal!
12 Uniquely South Dakotan Places To See Before Summer Ends
If you're looking for one more late summer adventure and you want to stay close to home or go far - -there are plenty of spectacular and uniquely South Dakotan places to visit!
Autumn Adventures Await! The Sioux Falls Activity Guide is Here!
The weather is cooling off day by day in the Sioux Empire, and the city has released it's Fall activity guide, providing residents and visitors with a ton of great options this season!