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Capa and O'Connor to be part of BBC program

by Nancy Haigh

A town may be down to one resident and his dog, but there's always someone interested in its history, in this case the British Broadcasting Corporation.

Philip O'Connor found his "town" and himself as part of a BBC show regarding the town and the Dirty Thirtys. O'Connor noted that on January 8, 2009, he received a phone call from Emily Curry of the South Dakota Department of Tourism in Pierre.


Capa and O'Connor to be part of BBC program

Philip O'Connor (photo by Chad Coppess, S.D. Dept. of Tourism)

by Nancy Haigh

A town may be down to one resident and his dog, but there's always someone interested in its history, in this case the British Broadcasting Corporation.

Philip O'Connor found his "town" and himself as part of a BBC show regarding the town and the Dirty Thirtys. O'Connor noted that on January 8, 2009, he received a phone call from Emily Curry of the South Dakota Department of Tourism in Pierre.