Brookings, South Dakota

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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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. '''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. *Antenna Mode: Non-Directional


summer arts

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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Three Eagles Communications Brookings Clear Lake (Clear Lake, South Dakota) - Transportation Roads Brookings is served by Interstate 29 (north-south) and U.S. Route 14 (east-west). Airport Brookings Regional Airport serves the City of Brookings. A major reconstruction project of the airport is scheduled to begin in summer 2012. Unique aspects The City of Brookings owns nearly all city services and utilities including: * Liquor store * Garbage service

* 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.


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Brookings The South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), South Dakota, houses approximately 110 of Dunn's best works. Most of the works are on loan by people from DeSmet (De Smet, South Dakota) and Manchester, South Dakota, or were gifts of the artist and his family. His "often seen" painting ''Dakota Woman'' from his series of strong pioneer woman is housed at Dakota Discovery Museum in Mitchell, South Dakota


largest video

; It replaced both the old matrix board in the shape of the Royals logo that had been in the park since its opening, along with the video board that had been installed in 1989. The new scoreboard was ready for Opening Day 2008 (2008 Major League Baseball season). It is 84 ft. wide and 105 ft. tall, and was, at the time it entered service, the largest high-definition LED display (List of largest video screens) in the world.

of Lake Preston, South Dakota. They were married in 1978 and have four children. In 2009, Brookings, South Dakota-based Daktronics installed light emitting diode (LED) displays at the stadium. The largest video display measures 41 feet high by 67 feet wide. Two smaller displays flank the large display, and a field-level display sits in the centerfield fence.


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Twin City Fan 305 - 10 City of Brookings 222 The unemployment rate in Brookings is 3.2 percent, with a projected eight-year job growth of 23.31 percent. Bel Brands USA, Inc. a subsidiary of Paris-based multinational Fromageries BEL or BEL Group, began commercial construction of a 170,000-square-foot cheese production plant in July, 2014 in the city’s Foster Addition north of the Swiftel Center. The project added 250 new jobs in Brookings by the end of 2014

. Bel Brands USA, Inc. manufactures and markets branded cheeses, including The Laughing Cow® (The Laughing Cow) cheese wedges and Mini Babybel® (Mini Babybel) – America’s #1 branded snacking cheese; as well as Boursin®, Kaukauna®, Port Salut (Port Salut (cheese))®, Leerdammer®, WisPride®, Merkts®, Owls Nest®, Connoisseur®, and Price*s® natural and gourmet cheese spreads. Geography Brookings is located at

for Frank E. Bushnell, owner of the land on which the train depot was erected (the community was already built before but didn't have a name). Beginning as a farm town, Bushnell grew to encompass a railroad depot, cheese factory, and grain elevator at one point. In 1881 South Dakota College (South Dakota State University) was founded in nearby Brookings (Brookings, South Dakota), and Bushnell's economy began to decline as the population shifted to the new college town. By the 20th century however


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google index.jsp?ndmViewId news_view&newsId 20071003005103&newsLang en www.businesswire.com 10 03 2007 Royals Fans to Watch Highlights and Replays on World’s Largest HD Display The display was assembled in 55 separate segments, including an active bottom taper to resemble the shield in the Royals logo. The video scoreboard alone cost $8.3 million, and the control room that operates it is staffed with 17 people on game days. sports story 567629


classic rock

(CHR) Linder Radio Group Marshall Brookings Marshall, MN (Marshall, Minnesota) - 105.5 FM K288EV (WJRF) The Refuge Contemporary Christian WJRF-FM (WJRF) translator (broadcast translator) Refuge Media Group Brookings Brookings - 102.3 FM KKQQ K-Country 102.3 Country (Country music) Three Eagles Communications Brookings Volga (Volga, South Dakota) - 107.1 FM KDBX 107.1 The Hawk Classic Rock (Classic rock) Three


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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.

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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