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    (1885- )
    County seat of Codington County, South Dakota
    Nickname: South Dakota's Rising Star
    2010 Population: 21,482
    Located by the Big Sioux River, Lake Pelican and Lake Kampeska
    Home of the Redlin Art Center
    It was originally going to be named Kampeska, but it was settled to be named after Watertown, New York.
    It was beaten by Pierre for the status of South Dakota's capital city.
    It gets extremely cold in the winter time.
    22 people were injured and 3 people died as it was hit by a tornado (June 1914).
    It has the state's most expensive real estate.
    It succeeded as a railroad transportation hub in the late 19th century.
    Many of Terry Redlin's paintings are housed in the Redlin Art Center.
    Bramble Park Zoo is South Dakota's oldest zoo.
    Congresswoman Kristi Noem was born here.
    Recreational activities are abundant at Lake Kampeska.
    Barack Obama visited here in his political career on two occasions, his 2008 presidential campaign stop and addressing the Lake Area Technical Institute's graduating class (May 8th, 2015).

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