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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One of the striking things Kirby noted in his study was that the upper reaches of the Big Sioux River had proportionately more large channel catfish than the lower reaches.
Crews are searching for the bodies of a man and a woman who were presumed drowned when they tried to rescue 6-year-old Garrett Wallace when he fell into the icy Big Sioux River in South Dakota.
perhaps the sound 01 the falls of the Big Sioux River creates a feeling of tranquility among the citizens of Sioux Falls.
Grange Avenue from 26th Street to 22nd Street Still underway is the Eighth Street project, which is closing the street between Main Avenue and the Big Sioux River.
Some of the similarities are obvious, such as both cities have Sioux in their names and are located on rivers, the Big Sioux River for Sioux Falls and the Missouri and Big Sioux rivers for Sioux City.
Stormwater detention ponds overflowed with excess water that headed toward a low area by the Big Sioux River called the Oxbow.
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.
The Skunky at the time was (and so remains) a creek off the modestly larger Big Sioux River, which empties 70 miles distant into the middle Missouri River at Sioux City.