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Cities Eastern SD

Tulare, SD

The town of Tulare is located on Highway 281 approximately 36 miles northwest of Huron and 9 miles south of Redfield. History The town of Tulare grew from a small

Central SD Cities

Wagner, SD

Wagner (pop 1675) is located in southeastern South Dakota. Wagner is a progressive agriculture community, well-known for it’s pheasant hunting and only ten minutes from The Fort Randall Dam (on

Central SD Cities

Plankinton, SD

Plankinton is surrounded by rich farmland that attracts pheasant hunting to a prime hunting area. There are multitudes of recreational activities, from sport fishing in the Missouri River to golfing

Cities Western SD

Whitewood, SD

Whitewood is a city in Lawrence County, South Dakota, slightly north on the eastern border. The population nears 900, and annual events such as the winter “Parade of Lights” and

Central SD Cities

Springfield, SD

Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy Springfield where visitors can experience a part of the Lewis and Clark Trail which resembles closely what it did when Lewis and Clark explored the area.

Central SD Cities

Highmore, SD

Highmore is a small, rural town, and the county seat of Hyde County. Centrally located just 48 miles East of Pierre, the state capital, Highmore is principally a ranching, farming, agricultural

Cities Eastern SD

Clear Lake, SD

Clear Lake is a rural South Dakota community with strong traditional values. Located in the heart of Deuel County, Clear Lake’s population is nearly 1,335 friendly residents and continues to

Cities Eastern SD

Tea, SD

Tea is known as the home of Pole Vault Olympian Derek Miles. It’s a booming community that is located fifteen miles southeast from Sioux Falls and rests between Interstate 29

Central SD Cities

Ethan, SD

Ethan is a small community just 10 miles south of Mitchell, South Dakota that is over 125 years old. Our town has many activities to offer for people of all

Cities Eastern SD

Humboldt, SD

Approximately twenty miles west of Sioux Falls, Humboldt serves its’ 500 residents with hospitality of the Midwest. History Humboldt’s history begins with a background about the land on which it