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Learning the language

BROOKINGS, "You can never understand one language until you understand at least two," English author and journalist Geoffrey Willans is quoted as saying.
According to Marisol Galvan, the same can be said about understanding people.
That's the mission of the new after-school Spanish learning program,

   Minimum wage on ballot in five states

   Dr. Bhat sets up new practice at BHS

   Ceremony set for new street facility

   Klaasen brings electricity

   Journalist’s talk centers on Syrian refugees

   Krogman wants to extend board term

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Jackrabbits, Penguins square off on Hobo Day

BROOKINGS, Coming off the dramatic win in the Fargodome, No. 7/11 South Dakota State squares off against No. 13/12 Youngstown State in the annual Hobo Day game today at 2 p.m. at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium.
The Jackrabbits (4-2) and Penguins (5-1) are the final two

   Omaha beats SDSU 1-0; Jackrabbits still lead Summit League

   Bobcats fall 15-7 to Arrows in season finale

   Hawks clinch DVC title outright; Warriors, Raiders also win

   Six Bobcats earn All-ESD honors

   Seahawks edge Cossacks 17-14

   Tiger freshmen top Bobcats 20-8

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Vandals write names in wet sidewalk

BROOKINGS, Someone vandalized wet concrete, by writing their names in it, according to the Brookings Police.
The damage occurred in a freshly-poured concrete sidewalk in the 200 block of Seventh Street during Wednesday evening or the early Thursday morning, said Lt. Derrick Powers.
"The concrete

   52 cited for alcohol at party

   Two injured in car crash

   Clock stolen in home burglary

   Medical condition may have caused rollover

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Lessons learned in drugs

BROOKINGS, Students from the College of Pharmacy will get a chance to hear from a professor who spent nearly five decades teaching and researching pharmaceutical chemistry.
University of Kansas Distinguished Professor Emeritus Ronald T. Borchardt will keynote the 26th annual Fall Pharmacy Convocation at South

   Willie survives

   BHS marching band named YIM finalist

   Celebrate Brookings’ new arts commission

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