Big Sioux River

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a river that rises in northeastern South Dakota and flows southward to join the Missouri River at Sioux City, Iowa

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This time, the Big Sioux should begin receding Saturday and stop flooding even nearby agricultural land by Monday morning.
National headquarters has seen a 25 percent spike in calls, and Newhouse cited a 10 to 15 percent increase at the Big Sioux Chapter
Justification: These properties are identified as land side storm water detention as part of the Big Sioux Levee Protection Plan and Operations manual.
Runner-Up: T34m B1g S10ux of Big Sioux Composite Squadron, Brookings, S.
Normal operation of these sites in a high water event on the Big Sioux would be less than a week.
Xcel Energy today held a groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the construction of a new electrical power substation on the site of the former stockyards near the Falls of the Big Sioux River in downtown Sioux Falls, SD.
Big Sioux Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, Brookings, SD
The new cell site, located near the intersection of Interstate 29 and 330th Street, improves coverage within the town of Jefferson as well as north and south on I-29 for three miles, east to the Big Sioux River and west on 330th Street to 476th Avenue.
High-speed Internet subscribers living and working on the banks of the Big Sioux River can now take advantage of Vonage's broadband phone service offering free unlimited local and long distance calling.
Thought to be one of only two or three original copies in the world, the "Treaty of Washington," signed in 1858, called for the Yankton Sioux to cede more than 11 million acres of land known as the Yankton Delta -- between the Big Sioux and Missouri Rivers -- in exchange for a 430,000-acre reservation.