Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Species seeks independence, discovers new particle, unifies...maybe

We hold these truths to be self-evident: so are they?













The South Dakota Board on Geographic Names is asking the public for input to come up with a new [name] for Negro Creek near Howes in Meade County. The name is considered offensive, and guidelines established by the U.S. Board of Geographic Names require that a new name be solicited. Name suggestions may be descriptions of topography, local history or associated with natural life. A name can't duplicate another name in the state or a name nearby in an adjoining state. People have until Aug. 15 to submit suggestions. Name suggestions can be sent to the South Dakota Board of Geographic Names; Department of Tribal Relations; 711 Wells Ave.; Pierre, S.D. 57501. They also can be emailed to carol.postulka@state.sd.us. --Aberdeen (SD) News
Oscar Micheaux Creek already exists.

How about Wakpala Unpan Glešká? Spotted Elk Creek.

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