Aberdeen, South Dakota

What is Aberdeen, South Dakota known for?


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.


water giving

a gate valve to the well to control the flow of water, giving Aberdeen its first working water supply. Aberdeen had four different railroad companies with depots built in the newly developing town. With these four railroads intersecting here, Aberdeen soon became known as the "Hub City of the Dakotas". When looking down on Aberdeen from above, the railroad tracks converging in Aberdeen resembled the spokes of a wheel converging at a hub, hence


rock classic

- 90.9 FM KDSD (KDSD-FM) South Dakota Public Broadcasting Public radio South Dakota Public Broadcasting Aberdeen Pierpont - 91.7 FM K219CM (KDSD-FM) South Dakota Public Broadcasting Public radio South Dakota Public Broadcasting Aberdeen Aberdeen - 94.1 FM KSDN (KSDN-FM) 94.1 The Rock Classic Rock (Classic rock) Hub City Radio Aberdeen Aberdeen - 94.5 FM K233BN (VCY America) VCY America Christian (Christian radio) VCY America Aberdeen Aberdeen


year term

Manager Lynn Lander and council members Todd Campbell, Jennifer Slaight-Hansen, James Kraft, Jeff Mitchell, Tom Agnitsch, David Bunsness, Clint Rux and Laure Swanson. Each council member serves a five-year term. County government is overseen

by five commissioners. Each county commissioner serves a five-year term. The county commissioners include Duane Sutton, Tom Fischbach, Nancy Hansen, Burt Elliot, and Mike Wiese. Aberdeen is home to Brown County offices including clerk-magistrate, county auditor, landfill office, register of deeds, county treasurer, coroner, emergency management, highway superintendent, public welfare, state's attorney, and a few others. The state senators from Brown County include Al Novstrup and Jim Hundstad


family radio

class "wikitable" !align "center" colspan "6" '''AM radio stations''' - !Frequency!!Call sign!!Name!!Format!!Owner!!City - 930 AM KSDN (KSDN (AM)) 930 KSDN News Talk Hub City Radio Aberdeen - 1420 AM KGIM (KGIM (AM)) ESPN Radio 1420 107.1 Sports Hub City Radio Aberdeen - 1560 AM KKAA Family Radio Christian (Christian radio) Family Stations, Inc. Aberdeen FM Radio class "wikitable" !align "center"

; colspan "7" '''FM radio stations''' - !Frequency!!Call sign!!Name!!Format!!Owner!!Target city market (media market)!!City of license - 88.1 FM K201HB (KAWZ) Christian (Christian music) CSN International Aberdeen Aberdeen - 89.7 FM K209FR (Effect Radio) Effect Radio Christian Rock The River Christian Fellowship Aberdeen Aberdeen - 90.1 FM KEEA (American Family Radio) Christian (Christian music) American Family Radio Aberdeen Aberdeen


working water

a gate valve to the well to control the flow of water, giving Aberdeen its first working water supply. Aberdeen had four different railroad companies with depots built in the newly developing town. With these four railroads intersecting here, Aberdeen soon became known as the "Hub City of the Dakotas". When looking down on Aberdeen from above, the railroad tracks converging in Aberdeen resembled the spokes of a wheel converging at a hub, hence


disc

Aberdeen has multiple outdoor skating rinks and hockey rinks open to the public during winter months. Aberdeen is also home to the NAHL team, Aberdeen Wings. Skateboarding rollerblading Aberdeen has a skate park located between East Melgaard Road and 17th Ave SE at Melgaard Park. The equipment installed includes a quarter pipe, penalty box with half pyramid, bank ramp, spine, kinked rail and a ground rail. Disc golf Aberdeen has two disc golf courses, Kuhnert Arboretum

and the Richmond Lake Disc Golf Course. Parks and recreation Family Aquatic Center Completed in the summer of 2007, this complex includes a zero entry pool, competition lap pool, lazy river, numerous water slides, play sand area, and a concession area. Wylie Park Recreation Area Wylie Park Recreation Area features go kart racing, sand volleyball courts, access to Wylie Lake, camping area, picnic areas, and is connected to Storybook Land. Wylie Lake is a small man-made lake, open


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. -


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


work making

suspension , and has documented, shared and taught others as part of his life's work making him an underground icon in BDSM, kink (Kink (sexual)) and fetish (sexual fetishism) communities. '''Justin Craig Duchscherer''' DUKE-shur (born November 19, 1977, in Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota), South Dakota) is an American (United States) professional baseball pitcher who is a free agent. Personal history Hustvedt was born in Aberdeen, South Dakota and grew up in Radcliff, Kentucky, home of Fort Knox. He attended the University of California, Berkeley studying computer science and was later employed by the Army Security Agency. Following the ASA, Dick worked for the Xerox Corporation on the development of operating systems for their Data Systems division (Xerox DSD Development Programming in El Segundo, California). '''Northern State University''' (NSU) is a four-year public university located in Aberdeen, South Dakota, United States. NSU is governed by the South Dakota Board of Regents and offers 38 majors and 42 minors, as well as six associate (associate degree), eight pre-professional (pre-professional degree) and nine graduate degrees. History Founded on the intersection of the southern and eastern branches of the Milwaukee Railroad, Aberdeen, South Dakota saw a rapid growth in its population during the late 19th century; this rapid growth led the citizens of northern South Dakota to push for a government-funded institute of higher learning. During the 1855 legislative session a Bill was passed creating the University of Central Dakota to be located in the small town of Ordway, however, funds were not approved for the school until the 1857 legislative session. Bartusis, Mark C. ''Northern State University: The First Century 1901-2000.'' Aberdeen, SD: Northern State University Press, 2001. Even though the funds had been approved the bill had been vetoed by Governor Louis K. Church (Louis K. Church) for financial considerations and the statewide lack of support; it would take a few more decades before the school became a reality. - Aberdeen Christian High School Private Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota) Brown (Brown County, South Dakota) Knights - - Central High School (Central High School (South Dakota)) Public Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota) Brown (Brown County, South Dakota) Golden Eagles - - Roncalli High School Private Aberdeen (Aberdeen, South Dakota) Brown (Brown County, South Dakota) Cavaliers - '''Aberdeen Regional Airport'''

Aberdeen, South Dakota

'''Aberdeen''' (Lakota (Lakota language): ''AblĂ­la'' 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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