STAFF BLOG REPUBLIC INSIDER Remembering Dick Kneip
Dick Kneip would have turned 80 Monday.
Kneip was a dominant figure in South Dakota in the 1970s, when he won three consecutive terms as governor. That isunusual for two reasons: One, the state const... Posted on 1/7/13 at 5:31 PM
Also being inducted into the Hall of Fame this year are Miles Beacom, Sioux Falls; Ruth Brennan, Rapid City; Bernard Christenson, Pierre; Shirley Kells Halleen, Sioux Falls; Dr. Dennis Knutson, Sioux Falls; Pat Lebrun, Rapid City; Thomas Lillibridge, Bonesteel; Jerry Shoener, Rapid City; and Charles Trimble, Omaha, Neb.
VERMILLION (AP) — The University of South Dakota is hosting an exhibition showcasing documents and materials belonging to former Gov. Bill Janklow. Janklow died in January 2012 at age 72 from brain cancer.
PIERRE — Up in Marshall County is a real stone and wood link to our pioneer past. Fort Sisseton, built in 1864, isn’t the most-visited in our state’s parks system, but it’s certainly important as a symbol from pre-statehood times.
PIERRE — Whether he was in public office or back in private life, Gov. Bill Janklow frequently observed that people didn’t get funerals right. He said they almost always waited too long, until after a person was gone, to give the praise and thanks.
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