The population more than quadrupled last decade, growing from 958 people in 2000 to 4,089 in 2010.This growth is due, in part, to the low cost of business in the area as well as the expansion of medical research at Sioux Falls hospitals, according to local journalist Kealey Bultena. Spearfish Spearfish is in Lawrence County, in western South Dakota. Aberdeen Aberdeen is the third-largest city in the state, in Brown County.The community is home to Black Hills State University, the third-largest university in the state and one of Spearfish’s largest employers. The local school district includes seven No Child Left Behind Distinguished Schools, and its teachers have an average 17 years of experience in their profession.For fun, residents can enjoy the city’s 17 parks, 14 tennis courts and eight ball fields; for sportsmen, there is the D. The community is also distinguished for its higher education with Northern State University, which offers 41 undergraduate bachelor’s degree programs, eight associate degree programs, eight certificates and nine master’s degree programs.Every year, the faculty looks to improve those scores, too, with what they call a Data Retreat. Harrisburg Harrisburg is about 10 miles from the quickly growing Sioux Falls.As thousands come to the metro area every year, Harrisburg, in particular, has seen tremendous growth.Furthermore, according to the Watertown Development Company, the city has invested .6 million in infrastructure in the last three years to accommodate future growth. Volga Volga is seven miles from the City of Brookings and is home to an excellent school district.
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