Aberdeen, South Dakota

What is Aberdeen, South Dakota known for?


special school

) . Special programs The South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a state special school under the direction of the South Dakota Board of Regents. South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Higher education Northern State University Northern State University is a public university that was founded in 1901 and today occupies a


field track

College in Illinois from 1918 to 1922, where he also served as coach of football, basketball, baseball and track (Track and field). Jones was born in Aberdeen, South Dakota and raised in Minot, North Dakota, where he graduated from Minot High School. -


experimental film

, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints churches in the area, as well as one synagogue. Notable people thumb 130px Tom Daschle (File:Tom Daschle, official Senate photo.jpg) thumb 130px Gary Johnson (File:Garyjohnsonphoto - modified.jpg) *Bruce Baillie, experimental filmmaker and founding member of Canyon Cinema * Hamlin Garland, author of the ''Middle Border'' series. *L. Frank Baum, famous for his book ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' *John Cacavas, Hollywood film score composer *Tom Daschle, former U.S. Senator and Senate majority leader *Justin Duchscherer, MLB (Major League Baseball) pitcher for the Oakland Athletics *Thomas Dunn (Thomas Dunn (musician)), conductor who contributed to early music revival *Terry Francona, Cleveland Indians manager (Manager (baseball)) *Matilda Joslyn Gage, suffragist (women's suffrage), Native American activist, abolitionist (Abolitionism in the United States), freethinker (Freethought), and author *Mary GrandPré, illustrator *Joseph Hansen (Joseph Hansen (writer)), American mystery writer *Charles N. Herreid, Governor of South Dakota *Josh Heupel, quarterback for the 2000 National Champion Oklahoma Sooners *Buel Hutchinson, lawyer and politician *David C. Jones (David Charles Jones), USAF (United States Air Force) General (General of the Air Force) and former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff *Roland Loomis, key figure in the Modern Primitive Movement (Social movement) *Kenneth J. Meier, political scientist, Texas A&M University *Julie Sommars, actress *Eddie Spears, actor *Rollie Fingers, Baseball HOF pitcher *Jerry Burke, Lawrence Welk Organist *Gary Johnson, 2012 Libertarian Party Presidential candidate Popular attractions *Wylie Park *Storybook Land theme park *Brown County Fair Held annually in August *Kuhnert Arboretum *Dacotah Prairie Museum *Thunder Road References


special programs

) . Special programs The South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a state special school under the direction of the South Dakota Board of Regents. South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Higher education Northern State University Northern State University is a public university that was founded in 1901 ref


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2007-11-06 Daschle grew up in a working-class Roman Catholic family as the eldest of four brothers. He became the first person in his family to graduate from college when he earned a B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) in political science from


coaching career

on board die. Early career Barry was born in Aberdeen, South Dakota. After starring in basketball, baseball and football (American football) while a high school student in Madison, Wisconsin, he continued his success at Lawrence College (Lawrence University), later completing his degree at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He returned to Madison High School to begin his coaching career, and then proceeded to become athletic director at Knox College (Knox College (Illinois)) in Illinois from 1918 to 1922, where he also served as coach of football, basketball, baseball and track (Track and field). Jones was born in Aberdeen, South Dakota and raised in Minot, North Dakota, where he graduated from Minot High School. -


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-to-artist communication, and public interest. There are four galleries in Aberdeen: Presentation College’s Wein Gallery, Northern State University's Lincoln Gallery, the Aberdeen Recreation & Cultural Center (ARCC) Gallery and the ArtWorks Cooperative Gallery located in the Lakewood Mall. Sports Minor League Baseball Aberdeen has been home to three minor league baseball teams since 1920. The Aberdeen Boosters, a class D league team, played in 1920, the Aberdeen Grays, also


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Aberdeen Roscoe - 106.7 FM KBFO Point FM Top 40 (Contemporary hit radio) Hub City Radio Aberdeen Aberdeen - 107.1 FM K296FW (KGIM (AM)) ESPN Radio 1420 107.1 Sports (Sports radio) Hub City Radio Aberdeen Aberdeen - 107.7 FM KABD KABD-FM Adult Hits Dakota Broadcasting Aberdeen Ipswich - Infrastructure Transportation Air The Aberdeen Regional Airport is currently served by Delta Connection. It offers flights to Minneapolis-St


love field

SB10001424052702304066504576343420557189888.html accessdate 31 May 2011 newspaper Wall Street Journal date 31 May 2011 *July 17, 1992: A Piper PA-28R-201T Arrow III (Piper Cherokee), registration number ''N6959C'', bound for Love Field from New Iberia, Louisiana, broke up in the thunderstorm near Tool, Texas, killing its pilot and sole occupant.

Transportation Safety Board accessdate 2010-04-23 *October 25, 1999: In the '''1999 South Dakota Learjet crash''', a Learjet 35 (Learjet 35 36) private jet suffered an apparent loss of cabin pressure after departing Orlando, Florida bound for Love Field; the jet then drifted off course, running out of fuel

flight from Love Field; the pilot executed a hard landing on nearby Midway Road under autorotation (Autorotation (helicopter)), substantially damaging the aircraft and injuring 1 passenger. The power loss was attributed to improper installation of critical engine parts.

Aberdeen, South Dakota

'''Aberdeen''' (Lakota (Lakota language): ''Ablíla'' northeast of Pierre (Pierre, South Dakota). The city population was 26,091 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), making it the third largest city (List of cities in South Dakota) in the state. Aberdeen is the principal city of the Aberdeen Micropolitan Statistical Area (Aberdeen, South Dakota micropolitan area), which includes all of Brown and Edmunds (Edmunds County, South Dakota) counties and has a population of 40,602 in 2010. Aberdeen is the home of Northern State University.

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