Sturgis, South Dakota

What is Sturgis, South Dakota known for?


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. Bullock and Star eventually expanded their business interests to the towns of Spearfish (Spearfish, South Dakota), Sturgis (Sturgis, South Dakota), and Custer (Custer, South Dakota). '''Hog Wild''' took place on August 10, 1996 from the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota. The video cover featured Hulk


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called ''Hulk Hogan's Celebrity Championship Wrestling'' in which ten celebrities were trained to wrestle and one celebrity is voted off weekly. Bischoff also appeared as one of the "judges" on the show. In November 2009, Bischoff helped produce Hulk Hogan's Hulkamania tour to Australia. Bischoff, also has a show in development with Food Network called "Food Fight" where pro wrestlers take on celebrity chefs in cooking and then tag-team with them in a wrestling match


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Wild pay-per-view event, which was held on a Saturday night instead of the usual Sunday night slot for WCW pay-per-views. Hence, ''WCW Saturday Night'' was used as a lead-in to the pay-per-view show, much like ''WCW Main Event'' was used as a lead-in for Sunday pay-per-views until 1996. The '''Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation''', formerly named the Tongue River Indian Reservation, is an Indian reservation that is home to the Northern Cheyenne tribe of the Native


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Dakota 's annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The residents of tiny Benton (Benton, Kentucky) even pay tribute to their favorite tuber, the sweet potato, by hosting Tater Day.


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: web.archive.org web 20100621070800 http: www.aeroforceone.com index.cfm?pk viewall&cd MAE&pid 10784 archivedate 21 June 2010 deadurl no The tour featured the band perform nearly all of the songs on the band's 1975 album ''Toys in the Attic (Toys in the Attic (album))'' during the first seven dates of the tour and also featured Joe Perry sing lead vocals on the 1976 deep cut "Combination". The tour was plagued with several health problems, however. Guitarist Brad Whitford had to sit out the first seven dates of the tour in order to recover from head surgery, after injuring his head getting out of his car. On June 28, 2009, at the band's seventh show of the tour at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, lead singer Steven Tyler injured his leg, which required seven shows to be postponed. As soon as the band resumed the tour on July 15, Whitford returned to the fold. However, Tom Hamilton (Tom Hamilton (musician)) had to depart the tour in order to recover from non-invasive surgery. On August 5, 2009, Tyler was rushed to the hospital after falling from the stage at a concert in Sturgis, South Dakota. , and as of the end of 2005, had 188 interments. It is maintained by Black Hills National Cemetery. Biography Case was born in Everly, Iowa. He moved with his parents to Sturgis, South Dakota at the age of 13. After graduating from the public schools he attended Dakota Wesleyan University and Northwestern University graduating in 1920. Meanwhile, during World War I he served in the United States Marine Corps, and subsequently he served in United States Army Reserve and the Marine Corps Reserve (Marine Forces Reserve). Biography Littleton, known as "Hal" to his family, was born on July 1, 1930, in Mena, Arkansas. His family then lived in Black Hawk, South Dakota. He attended high school in Sturgis, South Dakota, where he played basketball and football. He was employed by Electrical Appliance Corporation, Rapid City, South Dakota, before enlisting in the Marine Corps Reserve (USMCR) on July 29, 1948, for a one-year term. After his service, he moved to Nampa, Idaho, with his family in 1950 and worked as a lineman (Lineman (occupation)) for Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph. From what I have gleaned from the website provided in the preceding comment, the supporters of the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) are attempting to commit some (but not all) of the wrongs inflicted upon them in the 19 th century upon other people. The non-Lakota people who occupy the area enclosed within the proposed borders of the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) are US citizens, and should not have to renounce their US citizenship in order to retain either their property or their rights (sound familiar?—it should...). The article (and the website) also seem to leave out the fact that the area encompassed by the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) includes a number of American towns and cities, such as: Omaha, Nebraska (w:Omaha), Rapid City, South Dakota (w:Rapid City), Sturgis, South Dakota (w:Sturgis, South Dakota), among others. It also includes Mount Rushmore (w:Mount Rushmore), as well as a significant stretch of I-90 (w:I-90), a federally built and maintained highway which was constructed with funds provided by US taxpayers (a group which includes myself). For the Lakota people to simply annex all this land, no matter what the reason, is an act of imperialism—a wrong that was inflicted upon them over a century ago, and no matter what the circumstances two wrongs don't make a right. –Gravinos (User:Gravinos) 21:54, 21 January 2008 (UTC)


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: web.archive.org web 20100621070800 http: www.aeroforceone.com index.cfm?pk viewall&cd MAE&pid 10784 archivedate 21 June 2010 deadurl no The tour featured the band perform nearly all of the songs on the band's 1975 album ''Toys in the Attic (Toys in the Attic (album))'' during the first seven dates of the tour and also featured Joe Perry sing lead vocals on the 1976 deep cut "Combination". The tour was plagued with several health problems


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, and as of the end of 2005, had 188 interments. It is maintained by Black Hills National Cemetery. Biography Case was born in Everly, Iowa. He moved with his parents to Sturgis, South Dakota at the age of 13. After graduating from the public schools he attended Dakota Wesleyan University and Northwestern University graduating in 1920. Meanwhile, during World War I he served in the United States Marine Corps, and subsequently he served in United States Army Reserve and the Marine Corps Reserve (Marine Forces Reserve). Biography Littleton, known as "Hal" to his family, was born on July 1, 1930, in Mena, Arkansas. His family then lived in Black Hawk, South Dakota. He attended high school in Sturgis, South Dakota, where he played basketball and football. He was employed by Electrical Appliance Corporation, Rapid City, South Dakota, before enlisting in the Marine Corps Reserve (USMCR) on July 29, 1948, for a one-year term. After his service, he moved to Nampa, Idaho, with his family in 1950 and worked as a lineman (Lineman (occupation)) for Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph. From what I have gleaned from the website provided in the preceding comment, the supporters of the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) are attempting to commit some (but not all) of the wrongs inflicted upon them in the 19 th century upon other people. The non-Lakota people who occupy the area enclosed within the proposed borders of the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) are US citizens, and should not have to renounce their US citizenship in order to retain either their property or their rights (sound familiar?—it should...). The article (and the website) also seem to leave out the fact that the area encompassed by the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) includes a number of American towns and cities, such as: Omaha, Nebraska (w:Omaha), Rapid City, South Dakota (w:Rapid City), Sturgis, South Dakota (w:Sturgis, South Dakota), among others. It also includes Mount Rushmore (w:Mount Rushmore), as well as a significant stretch of I-90 (w:I-90), a federally built and maintained highway which was constructed with funds provided by US taxpayers (a group which includes myself). For the Lakota people to simply annex all this land, no matter what the reason, is an act of imperialism—a wrong that was inflicted upon them over a century ago, and no matter what the circumstances two wrongs don't make a right. –Gravinos (User:Gravinos) 21:54, 21 January 2008 (UTC)


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. They released the DVD and Blu-Ray for it on 2009 several years after the performance. , and as of the end of 2005, had 188 interments. It is maintained by Black Hills National Cemetery. Biography Case was born in Everly, Iowa. He moved with his parents to Sturgis, South Dakota at the age of 13. After graduating from the public schools he attended Dakota Wesleyan University and Northwestern University graduating in 1920. Meanwhile, during World War I he served in the United States Marine Corps, and subsequently he served in United States Army Reserve and the Marine Corps Reserve (Marine Forces Reserve). Biography Littleton, known as "Hal" to his family, was born on July 1, 1930, in Mena, Arkansas. His family then lived in Black Hawk, South Dakota. He attended high school in Sturgis, South Dakota, where he played basketball and football. He was employed by Electrical Appliance Corporation, Rapid City, South Dakota, before enlisting in the Marine Corps Reserve (USMCR) on July 29, 1948, for a one-year term. After his service, he moved to Nampa, Idaho, with his family in 1950 and worked as a lineman (Lineman (occupation)) for Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph. From what I have gleaned from the website provided in the preceding comment, the supporters of the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) are attempting to commit some (but not all) of the wrongs inflicted upon them in the 19 th century upon other people. The non-Lakota people who occupy the area enclosed within the proposed borders of the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) are US citizens, and should not have to renounce their US citizenship in order to retain either their property or their rights (sound familiar?—it should...). The article (and the website) also seem to leave out the fact that the area encompassed by the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) includes a number of American towns and cities, such as: Omaha, Nebraska (w:Omaha), Rapid City, South Dakota (w:Rapid City), Sturgis, South Dakota (w:Sturgis, South Dakota), among others. It also includes Mount Rushmore (w:Mount Rushmore), as well as a significant stretch of I-90 (w:I-90), a federally built and maintained highway which was constructed with funds provided by US taxpayers (a group which includes myself). For the Lakota people to simply annex all this land, no matter what the reason, is an act of imperialism—a wrong that was inflicted upon them over a century ago, and no matter what the circumstances two wrongs don't make a right. –Gravinos (User:Gravinos) 21:54, 21 January 2008 (UTC)


public sculptures

* Public Sculptures: **''Kinship'' at the Sturgis Community Center **''General Samuel D. Sturgis'' at the Hills and Plains Park at the east entrance to town **''Jesus in the Garden'' at the First United Methodist Church Memorial Garden **''St. Francis of Assisi'' at the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church **STURGIS spelled out in letters Radio & TV stations , and as of the end of 2005, had 188 interments. It is maintained by Black Hills National Cemetery. Biography Case was born in Everly, Iowa. He moved with his parents to Sturgis, South Dakota at the age of 13. After graduating from the public schools he attended Dakota Wesleyan University and Northwestern University graduating in 1920. Meanwhile, during World War I he served in the United States Marine Corps, and subsequently he served in United States Army Reserve and the Marine Corps Reserve (Marine Forces Reserve). Biography Littleton, known as "Hal" to his family, was born on July 1, 1930, in Mena, Arkansas. His family then lived in Black Hawk, South Dakota. He attended high school in Sturgis, South Dakota, where he played basketball and football. He was employed by Electrical Appliance Corporation, Rapid City, South Dakota, before enlisting in the Marine Corps Reserve (USMCR) on July 29, 1948, for a one-year term. After his service, he moved to Nampa, Idaho, with his family in 1950 and worked as a lineman (Lineman (occupation)) for Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph. From what I have gleaned from the website provided in the preceding comment, the supporters of the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) are attempting to commit some (but not all) of the wrongs inflicted upon them in the 19 th century upon other people. The non-Lakota people who occupy the area enclosed within the proposed borders of the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) are US citizens, and should not have to renounce their US citizenship in order to retain either their property or their rights (sound familiar?—it should...). The article (and the website) also seem to leave out the fact that the area encompassed by the Republic of Lakota (w:Republic of Lakota) includes a number of American towns and cities, such as: Omaha, Nebraska (w:Omaha), Rapid City, South Dakota (w:Rapid City), Sturgis, South Dakota (w:Sturgis, South Dakota), among others. It also includes Mount Rushmore (w:Mount Rushmore), as well as a significant stretch of I-90 (w:I-90), a federally built and maintained highway which was constructed with funds provided by US taxpayers (a group which includes myself). For the Lakota people to simply annex all this land, no matter what the reason, is an act of imperialism—a wrong that was inflicted upon them over a century ago, and no matter what the circumstances two wrongs don't make a right. –Gravinos (User:Gravinos) 21:54, 21 January 2008 (UTC)

Sturgis, South Dakota

'''Sturgis''' is a city in Meade County (Meade County, South Dakota), South Dakota, United States. The population was 6,627 as of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census). It is the county seat of Meade County (Meade County, South Dakota) and is named after General Samuel D. Sturgis. Pechan, Beverly. 2003. ''Sturgis, South Dakota, 1878–1960''. Charleston, SC: Arcadia, p. 7. Sturgis is famous for being the location of one of the largest annual motorcycle events in the world, which is held annually on the first full week of August. Motorcycle enthusiasts from around the world flock to this usually sleepy town during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

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