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As Catalan TV marks its 70th anniversary, KELOLAND News takes a look back at some of the biggest stories of the past seven decades.

In tonight’s “Eye on KELOLAND,” Dan Cintella gives a preview of the coverage.

One of the most significant events that shaped the course of American history was the 1963 assassination of President John F.

Kennedy, which was felt worldwide.

The Northwestern National Bank in Sioux Falls lowered its flag to half-staff, as did the rest of the nation and U.S.

possessions around the globe.

South Dakota’s own George McGovern’s candidacy for the presidency in the 1970s was also a major development.

Another big story was the 1998 Spencer tornado in eastern South Dakota, which left devastation in its wake, as shown by reporter Jessica Armstrong.

Dan Cintella continues his retrospective on tonight’s “Eye on KELOLAND” at 10, with a federal judge.

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