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    • Communities and their Schools
      Midwest Rural Assembly
      Mr. Dan Guericke
      Dr. Rick Melmer
      Dr. Jim Beddow
    • Percent Change in Total Population, 1990-2000
      U.S. Counties
      Percent Change
      Declined/No Change
      0-10
      10 or more
      Source: USDC, Bureau of the Census, Census of Population and Housing (2000 SF1; 1990 STF1)
      Prepared by: University Outreach and Extension, Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis – (OSEDA)
      Map Generated on 9.11.02
    • Local
      Gov’t
      business
      development
      housing
      health
      care
      infrastructure
      (telecom)
      schools
    • Infrastructure
      (telecom)
    • Enhancing the capacity of another
      Sharing resources to achieve a common purpose
      Sharing resources to achieve a common purpose
      Altering activities to achieve a common purpose
      Altering activities to achieve a common purpose
      Altering activities to achieve a common purpose
      Information exchange for mutual benefit
      Information exchange for mutual benefit
      Information exchange for mutual benefit
      Information exchange for mutual benefit
      Networking
      Coordination
      Cooperation
      Collaboration
    • Sampling of School Age Children (5-19) in Some Blue Counties
      County20002025Change%
      Pennington 20,079 18,228 - 1,851 - 9%
      Lawrence 5,041 4,554 - 487 - 9%
      Meade 5,723 8,143 + 2,470 + 42%
      Hughes 3,859 3,218 - 639 - 16%
      Brown 7,422 6,968 - 454 - 6%
      Codington 6,019 5,087 - 932 - 15%
      Minnehaha 32,612 34,600 + 1,988 + 6%
      Lincoln 5,761 8,395 + 2,634 +48%
      Yankton 4,768 4,614 - 54 - 1%
      Total Blue – Red = - 7,247 students (- 3.3%)
    • South Dakota Population: 2000
      South Dakota Population: 2025
      85+
      80-84
      75-79
      70-74
      65-69
      85+
      80-84
      75-79
      70-74
      65-69
      More Elderly
      60-64
      55-59
      50-54
      45-49
      40-44
      35-39
      30-34
      25-29
      20-24
      60-64
      55-59
      50-54
      45-49
      40-44
      35-39
      30-34
      25-29
      20-24
      Fewer Taxpayers
      15-19
      10-14
      5-9
      0-4
      15-19
      10-14
      5-9
      0-4
      35,000 25,000 15,000 5,000 5,000 15,000 25,000 35,000
      35,000 25,000 15,000 5,000 5,000 15,000 25,000 35,000
      female
      male
      And 65+ = 34% of Voters
    • 2000 to 2007: 754,944 to 796,214 = + 41,370
      = losing people (44)
      = gaining people (22)
      HARDING
      PERKINS
      ROBERTS
      MARSHALL
      CAMPBELL
      CORSON
      McPHERSON
      BROWN
      - 385- 21.6%
      DAY
      EDMUNDS
      WALWORTH
      ZEIBACH
      DEWEY
      BUTTE
      SPINK
      POTTER
      FAULK
      - 509- 18.9%
      CODINGTON
      CLARK
      GRANT
      - 671- 16.2%
      DEUEL
      SULLY
      HYDE
      HAND
      HAMLIN
      MEADE
      BEADLE
      BROOKINGS
      HUGHES
      KINGSBURY
      LAWRENCE
      STANLEY
      MOODY
      LAKE
      + 7,715+ 8.7%
      MINER
      JERAULD
      SANBORN
      BUFFALO
      LYMAN
      JONES
      HAAKON
      PENNINGTON
      JACKSON
      AURORA
      BRULE
      CUSTER
      Minnehaha
      HANSON
      + 26,991+ 18.2%
      DAVISON
      McCOOK
      SHANNON
      TRIPP
      TURNER
      CHARLES
      HUTCHINSON
      DOUGLAS
      MELLETTE
      MIX
      + 13,634+ 56.5%
      BENNETT
      TODD
      YANKTON
      LINCOLN
      FALL RIVER
      BON
      GREGORY
      UNION
      CLAY
      HOMME
      Black Hills + 9,560 Southeast + 13,351 Minnehaha + 26,991
      Total +49,902
      Rest of the State: – 8,532
      The Density ShiftProblem, Short Term
    • 2000 to 2025: 754,944 to 852,788 = + 97,844
      = losing people (39)
      = gaining people (27)
      HARDING
      PERKINS
      ROBERTS
      MARSHALL
      CAMPBELL
      CORSON
      McPHERSON
      BROWN
      - 957- 33.0%
      - 1,012- 30.1%
      DAY
      EDMUNDS
      WALWORTH
      ZEIBACH
      DEWEY
      BUTTE
      SPINK
      POTTER
      FAULK
      - 964- 35.8%
      CODINGTON
      CLARK
      GRANT
      DEUEL
      SULLY
      HYDE
      HAND
      HAMLIN
      MEADE
      + 12,841+ 52.9%
      BEADLE
      BROOKINGS
      HUGHES
      KINGSBURY
      LAWRENCE
      STANLEY
      MOODY
      LAKE
      MINER
      JERAULD
      SANBORN
      BUFFALO
      LYMAN
      JONES
      HAAKON
      PENNINGTON
      JACKSON
      AURORA
      BRULE
      CUSTER
      Minnehaha
      HANSON
      + 48,896+ 33.0%
      DAVISON
      McCOOK
      SHANNON
      TRIPP
      TURNER
      CHARLES
      HUTCHINSON
      DOUGLAS
      MELLETTE
      MIX
      + 14,878+ 61.7%
      BENNETT
      TODD
      YANKTON
      LINCOLN
      FALL RIVER
      BON
      GREGORY
      UNION
      CLAY
      HOMME
      Black Hills + 21,161 Southeast + 20,823 Minnehaha + 48,896
      Total +90,180
      Rest of the State: Only + 7,664
      The Density ShiftProblem, LONG Term
    • Actual County Population Changes, 1990 to 2000:
      Along the Interstate Highways
      ROBERTS
      GRANT
      CODINGTON
      DEUEL
      HAMLIN
      MEADE
      BROOKINGS
      LAWRENCE
      MOODY
      LYMAN
      JONES
      PENNINGTON
      JACKSON
      AURORA
      BRULE
      MINNEHAHA
      McCOOK
      HANSON
      DAVISON
      LINCOLN
      1990Change #Change % 2000
      22 Interstate Counties 411,259 +54,659 +13.3% 465,918
      44 Non-Interstate Counties 284,745+4,181+1.5%288,926
      All Counties 696,004 +58,840 +8.5% 754,844
      UNION
      CLAY
      Same trend is continuing 2000 to 2010
    • Actual County Pop Changes, 1990 to 2000: by Region
      West River
      Extreme East & SE
      Upper Jim & East Central
      HARDING
      ROBERTS
      CAMPBELL
      McPHERSON
      BROWN
      PERKINS
      CORSON
      MARSHALL
      +7.4%
      -1.4%
      +15.8%
      EDMUNDS
      WALWORTH
      DAY
      DEWEY
      ZEIBACH
      SPINK
      POTTER
      FAULK
      BUTTE
      CODINGTON
      GRANT
      CLARK
      DEUEL
      SULLY
      HYDE
      HAND
      HAMLIN
      BEADLE
      LAWRENCE
      MEADE
      HUGHES
      BROOKINGS
      KINGSBURY
      STANLEY
      MOODY
      LAKE
      MINER
      JERAULD
      SANBORN
      BUFFALO
      PENNINGTON
      LYMAN
      JONES
      HAAKON
      JACKSON
      AURORA
      BRULE
      HANSON
      CUSTER
      DAVISON
      MINNEHAHA
      McCOOK
      SHANNON
      TRIPP
      TURNER
      CHARLES
      DOUGLAS
      FALL RIVER
      MELLETTE
      MIX
      HUTCHINSON
      LINCOLN
      BENNETT
      TODD
      BON
      YANKTON
      HOMME
      GREGORY
      CLAY
      UNION
      1990Change #Change %2000
      West River 211,591 +15,620 +7.4% 227,211
      Upper Jim & East Central 194,141 -2,691 -1.4% 191,450
      Extreme East &n SE 290,272+45,911+15.8%336,183
      State Total 696,004 +58,840 +8.5% 754,844
      Same trend is continuing 2000 to 2010
    • 2000 to 2007: 754,944 to 796,214 = + 41,370
      = losing people (44)
      = gaining people (22)
      HARDING
      PERKINS
      ROBERTS
      MARSHALL
      CAMPBELL
      CORSON
      McPHERSON
      BROWN
      DAY
      EDMUNDS
      WALWORTH
      ZEIBACH
      DEWEY
      BUTTE
      SPINK
      POTTER
      FAULK
      CODINGTON
      CLARK
      GRANT
      DEUEL
      SULLY
      HYDE
      HAND
      HAMLIN
      MEADE
      BEADLE
      BROOKINGS
      HUGHES
      KINGSBURY
      LAWRENCE
      STANLEY
      MOODY
      LAKE
      MINER
      JERAULD
      SANBORN
      BUFFALO
      LYMAN
      JONES
      HAAKON
      PENNINGTON
      JACKSON
      AURORA
      BRULE
      CUSTER
      Minnehaha
      HANSON
      DAVISON
      McCOOK
      SHANNON
      TRIPP
      TURNER
      CHARLES
      HUTCHINSON
      DOUGLAS
      MELLETTE
      MIX
      BENNETT
      TODD
      YANKTON
      LINCOLN
      FALL RIVER
      BON
      GREGORY
      UNION
      CLAY
      HOMME
      Black Hills + 9,560 Southeast + 13,351 Minnehaha + 26,991
      Total +49,902
      Rest of the State: – 8,532
      The Density ShiftProblem, Short Term
    • Sampling of School Age Children (5-19) in Some RedCounties
      County20002025Change%
      Harding 406 261 - 145 - 36%
      Haakon 519 237 - 282 - 54%
      Stanley 669 220 - 449 - 67%
      Hyde 333 181 - 152 - 46%
      Potter 554 169 - 385 - 70%
      Jerauld 461 226 - 235 - 51%
      Hutchinson 1,702 960 - 742 - 44%
      Day 1375 676 - 699 - 51%
      Deuel 1,002 526 - 476 - 48%
      Beadle 3,718 2,588 - 1,130 - 30%
    • infrastucture
      (telecom)
    • place
      amenities
      business
      development
      housing
      health
      care
      infrastructure
      (telecom)
      schools