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... George I. Seney.
The seven-story, Sioux Quartzite from the site opened in 1881. At the time of its construction, the mill was one of the most advanced in America. The mill could process 1,500 bushels a day. It closed in 1883 due to inadequate water power and a short supply of wheat.
Several companies tried in vain to make the mill a success. In 1929 it was converted into a warehouse. In January 1956, fire destroyed the wooden roof and interior ...
... but maybe it's better that I didn't get my wish.
The monster driving day ended in Sioux Falls, shortly after we entered into South Dakota. With a population of 150,000 people it is not only the largest city in the state, but apparently it is the brightest beacon of civilization between Minneapolis and Denver. Not knowing any of this upon arrival, finding a fun town was a pleasant surprise.
Sioux Falls has had ...
... city in the United States and the fastest growing metro area in South Dakota, with a total increase of 22% since 2000 As of the 2010 census, Sioux Falls had a population of 153,888. The metropolitan population of 228,261 accounts for 28% of South Dakota's population. Chartered in 1856 on the banks of the Big Sioux River, the city is situated on the prairie of the Great Plains at the junction of Interstate 90 and Interstate ...
... I have hugged a million kiddos in my mentoring program...I have figured out a million ways to serve within marginalized communities...I have hauled sandbags by the Missouri River...I can do ANYTHING because my heart is in the right place." And then I started learning more about the project.
I am going to the Dominican Republic as part of a team of business people in my community through the Dispatch Project. ...
... biggest city in South Dakota, one sign said. And pulling in, I was pleasantly surprised. I got in around 6:30 p.m., checked into my hotel, grabbed a visitor guide and went up to my room, fully expecting to find a bar and have a few cocktails. But alas, I just happened to look in the visitor guide and found a map and a park, Falls Park. So, Greg and I were off again, back in the car to find this park and some ...