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Sioux Falls, SD

CITY

Official Website:
http://www.siouxfalls.org/

Population:
123975 (2000 census)

Founding Date:
1857

County:
Lincoln County, Minnehaha County

NEWSPAPERS

Newspaper
Sioux Falls Argus Leader

SCHOOLS

SchoolFounded
Augustana College Sioux Falls
1918

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

CompanyFounded
Raven Industries
1956

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert M. Berdahl
Educator
15-Mar-1937   Chancellor of UC Berkeley, 1997-2004
Karl Dean
Politician
20-Sep-1955   Mayor of Nashville
Joe Foss
Military
17-Apr-1915 1-Jan-2003 WWII ace, Governor of South Dakota
January Jones
Actor
5-Jan-1978   Mad Men
Arthur Larson
Politician
4-Jul-1910 27-Mar-1993 Moderate conservative thinker
Charles R. Larson
Military
20-Nov-1936   C-in-C, US Pacific Command, 1991-94
Dayton S. Mak
Government
10-Jul-1917   US Ambassador to Kuwait, 1962-63
Pat O'Brien
Journalist
14-Feb-1948   The Insider
Larry Pressler
Politician
29-Mar-1942   US Senator from South Dakota, 1979-97

DEATHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Abdnor
Politician
13-Feb-1923 16-May-2012 US Senator from South Dakota, 1981-87
Nils A. Boe
Politician
10-Sep-1913 30-Jul-1992 Governor of South Dakota, 1965-69
Archie M. Gubbrud
Politician
31-Dec-1910 26-Apr-1987 Governor of South Dakota, 1961-65
Bill Janklow
Politician
13-Sep-1939 12-Jan-2012 Congressman and Governor of South Dakota
Richard F. Kneip
Politician
7-Jan-1933 9-Mar-1987 Governor of South Dakota, 1971-78
George McGovern
Politician
19-Jul-1922 21-Oct-2012 US Senator from South Dakota, 1963-81
George T. Mickelson
Politician
23-Jul-1903 28-Feb-1965 Governor of South Dakota, 1947-51



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