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On This Day
Hubert Horatio Humphrey was born today in 1911 in Wallace. After dropping out of the University of Minnesota during the Great Depression, Humphrey became a pharmacist in Huron. He returned to Minneapolis to finish his degree and became a political science professor at Macalester College. Humphrey was mayor of Minneapolis, U.S. Senator and vice president under Lyndon B. Johnson. In 1968 Humphrey, the Democratic nominee, lost the presidential race to Richard Nixon. He returned to the Senate and sought the Democratic nomination again in 1972 but was defeated by George McGovern. Humphrey died in 1978.
May 25, 2016
PHOTOGRAPHY: Wildness abounds amidst the ancient Sioux quartzite. [read More]
May 19, 2016
CULTURE: Tangible testaments to our faith can be found across South Dakota. [read More]
May 17, 2016
TRAVEL: The three have clashed, but they’ve been instrumental in shaping Stanley County. [read More]
May 4, 2016
ARTS: Wayne Porter wraps up another winter's work on his horse on the hill. [read More]
May 3, 2016
TRAVEL: There have been ups and downs, but hope is never further than its namesake. [read More]