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Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Receives Grant Money

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STURGIS, S.D. - The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame has received a grant from the Sturgis Rally Charities Foundation to assist with design and implementation of a new exhibit at the museum.

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Survivor Nicaragua: Hoffman to 2011 Sturgis

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Eureka, South Dakota's own Survivor, Holly Hoffman, has made it to the final five and will be featured in the CBS competitive reality show Survivor Nicaragua's season finale Sunday, Dec. 19 at 8 pm ET/PT (check local listings for air times in other time zones).

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MAYOR’S RIDE DONATIONS

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MAYOR’S RIDE DONATES $10,500 TO STURGIS FIRE DEPARTMENT, $2,000 TO STURGIS SPECIAL OLYMPICS/STURGIS POLICE DEPARTMENT RESERVES AND $1,000 TO NATIONAL FALLEN FIREFIGHTERS FOUNDATION

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Now Casting: 2 Culinary Road Warriors!

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The producers of Dancing With The Stars, Skating With The Stars, Top Gear and What Not To Wear are currently casting an on-the-road adventure series, highlighting American culture and history through its’ food.

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Sturgis: The Wild Ride

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If you were a first-timer to the 2010 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, are an annual visitor or have always wanted to go, you won’t want to miss out on STURGIS: THE WILD RIDE.

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SOUTH DAKOTA JOINS THE FLOAT LINEUP OF THE MACY'S PARADE

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Tourism, the second largest industry in South Dakota, is launching a campaign this Thanksgiving Day to reach millions of potential new visitors. On Thursday, November 25, at 9:00 a.m., the Mount Rushmore’s American Pride float will debut in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. With more than 3.5 million spectators on the streets of New York City and nearly 60 million television viewers nationwide, the Mount Rushmore state is ensured attention from coast to coast.  

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Sculpted Sturgis

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October 2010 - To create his sculptures, Dale Lamphere typically first finds a large stone and lays it on a sheet of stainless steel. He then begins to draw around it in response to the shape of the stone. Once he has determined a basic outline, he uses a plasma cutter to cut out the metal shape.

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Sturgis: Nordbye Stays Director of Buffalo Chip

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The folks at the Legendary Buffalo Chip, Sturgis' premier entertainment venue and motorcycle travel destination, know a good thing when they see it. A new five year contract has recently been drawn and approved for sponsorship director, Lon Nordbye.

The contract will begin as Nordbye prepares for the Buffalo Chip's 30th anniversary in 2011 and will end in time for the Sturgis Rally's 75th anniversary in 2015.

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2011 Hall of Fame

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Oct. 2010 - - The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame is accepting nominations for the 2011 Hall of Fame.  Individuals, organizations and businesses considered for induction will have made a positive and significant impact on motorcycling.

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Cycle Matters becomes a sponsor of the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame

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LOUISVILLE, CO – October 4, 2010 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Christine Diers, Executive Director of the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame, Inc., and Fred Kreider, CEO and Co-Founder of Cycle Matters are pleased to announce that Cycle Matters has become a sponsor of the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame, Inc.

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Sturgis gets addition to bike path

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The City of Sturgis has been building a new addition to its bike path and Thursday, ribbon cutting ceremonies were held for a new section of that pathway.

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One-Eyed Jack's Saloon up for bid

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One-Eyed Jack’s Saloon in downtown Sturgis likely will be sold Oct. 6, according to the Rapid City auctioneer who is handling the sale.

Auctioneer Martin Jurisch said Sunday that Ray Gold recently decided to sell the 45,000-square-foot saloon and property, which have an assessed value of $3.8 million. The sale is scheduled to start at 11 a.m. at 1304 Main Street, which is where the business is located.

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