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Cities Western SD

Belle Fourche, SD

Belle Fourche (French for “beautiful fork”) was named by French explorers when this area was owned by France, for the confluence of what is now know as the Belle Fourche

Cities Eastern SD

Armour, SD

With a population of 782, Armour has an active community and memories preserved through many historic sights. Located in Douglas County, Armour is south of Interstate 90 on Highway 281.

Cities Eastern SD

Artesian, SD

Artesian is a small town located on Highway 34 in east central South Dakota. It is 5 miles east of the Highway 34-Highway 37 junction, 20 miles north of Interstate

Cities Eastern SD

Castlewood, SD

Castlewood is a town that’s built on honor, trust and stability. The town is situated in the center of one of the richest agricultural sections of northeastern Hamlin County. The

Cities Eastern SD

Lake Preston, SD

Welcome to Lake Preston, South Dakota, strategically located on US Hwy 14 with unit train access to the DM&E Railroad. Nestled between Lake Thompson, Lake Henry, Lake Whitewood and Lake

Cities Eastern SD

Mount Vernon, SD

We are a growing progressive community located twelve miles west of Mitchell, South Dakota. Mount Vernon is one mile north of Interstate 90. History Mount Vernon was originally called Arlandton

Cities Eastern SD

Gary, SD

Gary, South Dakota lies on the very eastern edge of the state, butted up against Minnesota in Deuel County. It is in the glacial lakes region, high on the Coteau

Cities Eastern SD

Scotland, SD

Scotland is located on Highway 25, four miles North of Hwy 46.  It’s 30 miles from Yankton, South Dakota and 50 miles from Mitchell. Scotland’s population is 891 and growing.

Cities Western SD

Box Elder, SD

Originally a stop on the Milwaukee Railroad, Box Elder later became home to Ellsworth Air Force Base, a multi-wing, multi-mission defense base, now it is the home of the B1B

Cities Eastern SD

De Smet, SD

Famous for being home to the Laura Ingalls Wilder homestead, De Smet, South Dakota is a small town with a big history, and is truly the “little town on the