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    Gary Owens. Laugh-In Announcer and Voice of Space Ghost!

    1880's Ghost Town Murdo South Dakota

    World's Largest Prairie Dog (Jackson County, South Dakota) Located on the Buffalo Gap National Grassland between Interstate 90 exit 131 and the northeastern entrance of Badlands National Park

    Needles Custer State Park, South Dakota

    Custer State Park, South Dakota

    bridge fog , Pierre, SD by deborah_eich, via Flickr

    Tripp County World War Monument (Winner, South Dakota) This statue is located in front of the Tripp County Courthouse.

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    Best known for her role in the '70s hit Charlie's Angels, South Dakota native Cheryl Ladd got her first break in Hollywood as the singing voice of Melody in the animated series Josie and the Pussycats. The avid golfer—and mother of actress Jordan Ladd—told us, "I feel beautiful and loved when I walk into a room and my husband of 30 years stops what he's doing and says, 'Wow.'"

    Shawn Colvin (1956 - ) Is an American singer-songwriter and musician. Born in Vermillion, SD

    Ernest Lawrence (1901 - 1958) Nobel prize winning scientist that built the first cyclotron, a machine that smashes atoms. Born in Canton, SD

    Tom Daschle (1947 - ) Former U.S Senator. Today, he is a Special Policy Advisor at a law firm, a visiting professor at Georgetown University, and a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress. Born in Aberdeen, SD

    Oscar Howe (1915 - 1983) Was an American artist, who became well known for his casein paintings. Born in Joe Creek, SD

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    Hubert Humphrey (1911 - 1978) Served as vice-president of the United States from 1965-1969. Born in Wallace, Codington, SD

    Mamie Van Doren from Rowena South Dakota. Although she snagged roles in a few memorable "A" films such as Teacher's Pet (1958; with Doris Day and Clark Gable), "B" films allowed Van Doren to shine in highly dimensional roles that showcased her acting and singing talents. Of the three blonde bombshells of the 1950s (Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, and Mamie Van Doren), Van Doren had perhaps the widest acting range, excelling at playing bad girls.