Top-10 Reasons Why Everyone Should Marry A South Dakotan

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According to Only In Your State, here are the Top-10 reasons why everyone should marry a person who is from South Dakota. Does No. 8 describe you?

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Brookings, South Dakota Ranked Safest College Town in America

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According to SafeWise, Brookings, SD is the safest college town in the United States for 2015. Earlier this year SafeWise ranked Brookings at No. 12 on their Top-100 Safest Cities list.

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A Social Experiment on Child Predators and the Dangers of Social Media

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YouTube video prankster Coby Persin wanted to do something - different, so he conducted a social experiment to show just how dangerous online communication can be for teenage girls.

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South Dakota Tribe Turns Down Funds From Washington Redskins Foundation

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Last week, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe voted to return a $25,000 check from the Washington Redskins. The Washington Redskins Original Americans Foundation issued the check, and it was given to the rodeo association of the tribe. Washington Redskins team owner Dan Snyder is the creator of the Original Americans Foundation.

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South Dakota Ranked a Top State For Retirement

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South Dakota is one of the best states in the nation for retirement, according to a list by Bankrate. Low taxes and a shrinking crime rate are credited to South Dakota being a worthy candidate for retirees.

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