Brookings, South Dakota

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States . As of 2007, it is no longer served by a commercial airline. The Airport Manager is Philip Tiedeman. '''KBRK''' was the first radio station in Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), South Dakota, United States, founded July 15, 1955. The studios were originally located in downtown Brookings, but later moved to the transmitter site, near the edge of town. KBRK continues to broadcast music, news, sports, and a number of public events throughout the Brookings region and surrounding communities. *Antenna Mode: Non-Directional - 1 Pattern *Location: Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), South Dakota *Tower Location (location (geography)): '''South Dakota's 2nd congressional district''' is an obsolete district. It was created upon South Dakota's admission into the Union in 1889 and abolished after the 1980 census (United States Census, 1980). Members were elected at-large until the formation of individual districts after the 1910 Census (United States Census, 1910). From 1913 until 1933, the 2nd District covered much of northeastern South Dakota, including the cities of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota), Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), Huron (Huron, South Dakota), and Watertown (Watertown, South Dakota). Official Congressional Directory, 63rd Congress (63rd United States Congress) (1913) through 72nd Congress (72nd United States Congress) (1931) When South Dakota's 3rd congressional district was eliminated after the 1930 Census (United States Census, 1930), the 2nd District was relocated to cover all of the counties in South Dakota west of the Missouri River. Official Congressional Directory, 73rd Congress (73rd United States Congress) (1933) Population changes eventually moved the district's boundaries further east. During the 97th Congress (97th United States Congress), it covered all but the 21 easternmost counties in the state. Official Congressional Directory, 9th Congress (97th United States Congress) (1981) He was born near Elizabeth, Illinois on November 29, 1870 and moved to the Dakota Territory in 1882 with his parents settling near what is now Plankinton, South Dakota. He graduated from Plankinton High School in 1889 and attended the Agricultural College in Brookings, South Dakota from 1890 to 1893. He graduated from the Iowa State College of Agriculture (now Iowa State University) at Ames, Iowa in 1893 and the law department of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1899.


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, Bushnell had found a new niche as an artist's community. With more than 30 percent of its citizens employed as artists, the tiny town of Bushnell has a greater percentage of artists in their workforce than does Paris. Before the 2008 season began, a brand new High Definition (High-definition video) scoreboard from Daktronics in Brookings, South Dakota was installed beyond center field, replacing the original. The new scoreboard is . high and


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567629.html www.kansascity.com 04 08 2008 Royals scoreboard is a vision of the future It was adorned with a crown during the 2008 offseason. Strobe lights atop the scoreboard flash after every Royals home run. Personal life Rounds attended South Dakota State University in Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), where he earned his B.S. (Bachelor of Science) in political science. While at SDSU, Rounds met his wife, Jean, formerly


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. The George S. Mickelson Great Service Award in extended annually by the South Dakota Office of Tourism. Along with Memorial Middle School in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. In 1997, U.S. Highway 14 from Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota) to Elkton (Elkton, South Dakota), was officially designated as the Richard Kneip Memorial Highway. '''South Dakota's 2nd congressional district''' is an obsolete district. It was created upon South Dakota's admission into the Union in 1889 and abolished after the 1980 census (United States Census, 1980). Members were elected at-large until the formation of individual districts after the 1910 Census (United States Census, 1910). From 1913 until 1933, the 2nd District covered much of northeastern South Dakota, including the cities of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota), Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), Huron (Huron, South Dakota), and Watertown (Watertown, South Dakota). Official Congressional Directory, 63rd Congress (63rd United States Congress) (1913) through 72nd Congress (72nd United States Congress) (1931) When South Dakota's 3rd congressional district was eliminated after the 1930 Census (United States Census, 1930), the 2nd District was relocated to cover all of the counties in South Dakota west of the Missouri River. Official Congressional Directory, 73rd Congress (73rd United States Congress) (1933) Population changes eventually moved the district's boundaries further east. During the 97th Congress (97th United States Congress), it covered all but the 21 easternmost counties in the state. Official Congressional Directory, 9th Congress (97th United States Congress) (1981) He was born near Elizabeth, Illinois on November 29, 1870 and moved to the Dakota Territory in 1882 with his parents settling near what is now Plankinton, South Dakota. He graduated from Plankinton High School in 1889 and attended the Agricultural College in Brookings, South Dakota from 1890 to 1893. He graduated from the Iowa State College of Agriculture (now Iowa State University) at Ames, Iowa in 1893 and the law department of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1899.


high position

Brookings set out for the Dakota Territory in June 1857. He arrived at Sioux Falls on August 27, 1857, and became one of the first settlers there. He and his group represented the Western Town Company. After a time in Sioux Falls, Brookings (Wilmot Brookings) and a companion set out for the Yankton area to locate a town in an area that was soon to be ceded by the Native Americans (Indigenous peoples of the Americas). This trip was begun in January 1858, and the two soon encountered a blizzard that froze Brookings (Wilmot Brookings)' feet which both had to be amputated. thumb left 300px Brookings County, South Dakota Brookings County (File:Brookings court house.jpg) Courthouse He rose to a high position in the Territory, once being a member of the Squatter Territorial Legislature and later being elected Squatter Governor. Brookings (Wilmot Brookings) then became appointed superintendent of a road that was to be built from the Minnesota state line west


contemporary music

. '''KBRK-FM''' (93.7 FM (FM broadcasting), "B93.7") is a radio station broadcasting a hot adult contemporary music format. The station is licensed (city of license) to serve Brookings, South Dakota. The station is currently owned by Three Eagles Communications. '''South Dakota's 2nd congressional district''' is an obsolete district. It was created upon South Dakota's admission into the Union in 1889 and abolished after the 1980 census (United States Census, 1980). Members were elected at-large until the formation of individual districts after the 1910 Census (United States Census, 1910). From 1913 until 1933, the 2nd District covered much of northeastern South Dakota, including the cities of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota), Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), Huron (Huron, South Dakota), and Watertown (Watertown, South Dakota). Official Congressional Directory, 63rd Congress (63rd United States Congress) (1913) through 72nd Congress (72nd United States Congress) (1931) When South Dakota's 3rd congressional district was eliminated after the 1930 Census (United States Census, 1930), the 2nd District was relocated to cover all of the counties in South Dakota west of the Missouri River. Official Congressional Directory, 73rd Congress (73rd United States Congress) (1933) Population changes eventually moved the district's boundaries further east. During the 97th Congress (97th United States Congress), it covered all but the 21 easternmost counties in the state. Official Congressional Directory, 9th Congress (97th United States Congress) (1981) He was born near Elizabeth, Illinois on November 29, 1870 and moved to the Dakota Territory in 1882 with his parents settling near what is now Plankinton, South Dakota. He graduated from Plankinton High School in 1889 and attended the Agricultural College in Brookings, South Dakota from 1890 to 1893. He graduated from the Iowa State College of Agriculture (now Iowa State University) at Ames, Iowa in 1893 and the law department of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1899.


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on display. * An elementary school in Sioux Falls, South Dakota is named after him. Further legal actions After a period of public comment that lasted until March 16, 2001, and further review by the STB, the final EIS was issued on November 19, 2001. In this final approval, the STB agreed with DM&E that no new bypasses around cities would be required even though the cities of Rochester, Minnesota, Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota) and Pierre, South Dakota, had requested them. In 2003, a ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ordered the STB to re-examine potential environmental issues around Rochester. The STB's preliminary report, released in early 2005, noted that no additional steps were needed by the railroad to alleviate noise and vibration caused by the projected increase in train traffic. (July 2005), "STB says no further conditions needed on DM&E expansion", ''Trains Magazine'', p. 20. Surface Transportation Board (2005), ''Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad Corporation construction into the Powder River Basin''. Retrieved June 10, 2005. foundation 1968 Company Information Site location Brookings, South Dakota, United States key_people Aelred J. Kurtenbach, Co-Founder and Chairman Jim Morgan, CEO Bill Retterath, CFO, Treasurer '''Daktronics''' ( '''South Dakota's 2nd congressional district''' is an obsolete district. It was created upon South Dakota's admission into the Union in 1889 and abolished after the 1980 census (United States Census, 1980). Members were elected at-large until the formation of individual districts after the 1910 Census (United States Census, 1910). From 1913 until 1933, the 2nd District covered much of northeastern South Dakota, including the cities of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota), Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), Huron (Huron, South Dakota), and Watertown (Watertown, South Dakota). Official Congressional Directory, 63rd Congress (63rd United States Congress) (1913) through 72nd Congress (72nd United States Congress) (1931) When South Dakota's 3rd congressional district was eliminated after the 1930 Census (United States Census, 1930), the 2nd District was relocated to cover all of the counties in South Dakota west of the Missouri River. Official Congressional Directory, 73rd Congress (73rd United States Congress) (1933) Population changes eventually moved the district's boundaries further east. During the 97th Congress (97th United States Congress), it covered all but the 21 easternmost counties in the state. Official Congressional Directory, 9th Congress (97th United States Congress) (1981) He was born near Elizabeth, Illinois on November 29, 1870 and moved to the Dakota Territory in 1882 with his parents settling near what is now Plankinton, South Dakota. He graduated from Plankinton High School in 1889 and attended the Agricultural College in Brookings, South Dakota from 1890 to 1893. He graduated from the Iowa State College of Agriculture (now Iowa State University) at Ames, Iowa in 1893 and the law department of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1899.


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institution of higher education in the state. '''South Dakota's 2nd congressional district''' is an obsolete district. It was created upon South Dakota's admission into the Union in 1889 and abolished after the 1980 census (United States Census, 1980). Members were elected at-large until the formation of individual districts after the 1910 Census (United States Census, 1910). From 1913 until 1933, the 2nd District covered much of northeastern South Dakota, including the cities of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota), Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), Huron (Huron, South Dakota), and Watertown (Watertown, South Dakota). Official Congressional Directory, 63rd Congress (63rd United States Congress) (1913) through 72nd Congress (72nd United States Congress) (1931) When South Dakota's 3rd congressional district was eliminated after the 1930 Census (United States Census, 1930), the 2nd District was relocated to cover all of the counties in South Dakota west of the Missouri River. Official Congressional Directory, 73rd Congress (73rd United States Congress) (1933) Population changes eventually moved the district's boundaries further east. During the 97th Congress (97th United States Congress), it covered all but the 21 easternmost counties in the state. Official Congressional Directory, 9th Congress (97th United States Congress) (1981) He was born near Elizabeth, Illinois on November 29, 1870 and moved to the Dakota Territory in 1882 with his parents settling near what is now Plankinton, South Dakota. He graduated from Plankinton High School in 1889 and attended the Agricultural College in Brookings, South Dakota from 1890 to 1893. He graduated from the Iowa State College of Agriculture (now Iowa State University) at Ames, Iowa in 1893 and the law department of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1899.


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* Water wastewater * Hospital * Local telephone service * Electricity * Landfill * Golf course * Brookings Area Multiplex civic and convention center (renamed Swiftel Center) The city has 34 places of worship, 19 ball fields, two public swimming pools, five movie screens, one daily newspaper (The Brookings Register), five commercial radio stations and one public station. In 2000, the assessed city value was $467,255,920. '''South Dakota's 2nd congressional district''' is an obsolete district. It was created upon South Dakota's admission into the Union in 1889 and abolished after the 1980 census (United States Census, 1980). Members were elected at-large until the formation of individual districts after the 1910 Census (United States Census, 1910). From 1913 until 1933, the 2nd District covered much of northeastern South Dakota, including the cities of Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota), Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), Huron (Huron, South Dakota), and Watertown (Watertown, South Dakota). Official Congressional Directory, 63rd Congress (63rd United States Congress) (1913) through 72nd Congress (72nd United States Congress) (1931) When South Dakota's 3rd congressional district was eliminated after the 1930 Census (United States Census, 1930), the 2nd District was relocated to cover all of the counties in South Dakota west of the Missouri River. Official Congressional Directory, 73rd Congress (73rd United States Congress) (1933) Population changes eventually moved the district's boundaries further east. During the 97th Congress (97th United States Congress), it covered all but the 21 easternmost counties in the state. Official Congressional Directory, 9th Congress (97th United States Congress) (1981) He was born near Elizabeth, Illinois on November 29, 1870 and moved to the Dakota Territory in 1882 with his parents settling near what is now Plankinton, South Dakota. He graduated from Plankinton High School in 1889 and attended the Agricultural College in Brookings, South Dakota from 1890 to 1893. He graduated from the Iowa State College of Agriculture (now Iowa State University) at Ames, Iowa in 1893 and the law department of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1899.


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Dakota , United States key_people Aelred J. Kurtenbach, Co-Founder and Chairman Jim Morgan, CEO Bill Retterath, CFO, Treasurer '''Daktronics''' ( ) is an American (United States) company based in Brookings, South Dakota that designs, manufactures, sells, and services video board, scoreboards, digital billboard (billboard (advertising))s and related products. The company is best known for its electronic LED displays. Founded

Brookings, South Dakota

'''Brookings''' is a city in Brookings County (Brookings County, South Dakota), South Dakota, United States. Brookings is the fourth largest city (List of cities in South Dakota) in South Dakota, with a population of 22,056 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census). It is the county seat of Brookings County, Also found in Brookings are the South Dakota State Art Museum, the Children's Museum of South Dakota, the annual Brookings Summer Arts Festival, and the headquarters of a number of manufacturing companies and agricultural operations. The mayor is Tim Reed.

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