• Drought affects duck hunting wetlands

    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – When duck hunters in the Northern Plains take to the field this fall, they will find fewer wetlands where they can set up their blinds and float their decoys following a summer of devastating drought.

  • SD Sens. support overhaul of health care law

    South Dakota's two Republican U.S. senators both say they support the latest GOP effort to replace former President Barack Obama's health care law.

  • State University Theatre season opens Oct. 4

    BROOKINGS – “RENT,” “Unnecessary Farce,” “True West” and “Seussical!” highlight the 2017-18 State University Theatre season.

  • Enrollment up slightly at public universities

    PIERRE (AP) – The South Dakota Board of Regents says fall enrollment at the state's six public universities increased slightly compared to last year, up a third of one percent.

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Cossacks win Pentagon Invitational; Lady Elks second in home tourney

The Sioux Valley volleyball team won the Sanford Pentagon Invitational Tournament Orange Division on Saturday.

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SDSU men take eighth, women 14th at Roy Griak Invitational

he South Dakota State men’s cross country squad finished eighth and the women were 14th in the Roy Griak Invitational on a steamy Saturday. Men

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Jack 15 to recognize five with longevity pin

Today marks the 55th running of the Jack 15, the oldest road race in the Midwest, and the initiation of the Jack 15 15ers Club.

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Governors take down Bobcats 28-13

PIERRE – Peyton Zabel had a hand in all four Governor touchdowns as Pierre pulled away from a 7-7 halftime tie to beat Brookings, 28-13, in Eastern South Dakota Conference football action on Friday at Hollister Field.

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Wieneke named to Allstate AFCA Good Works Team

BOLINGBROOK, Ill. – South Dakota State wide receiver Jake Wieneke is one of 22 college football players named to the 2017 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. The award, which was announced Thursday, shines a spotlight on the selflessness and community service displayed by these student-athletes and honors their dedication to volunteerism and enriching the lives of others.

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    Prairie Rep alumni to host event

    Prairie Repertory Theatre alumni are hosting a reunion event for members of Prairie Repertory Theatre Companies and friends Oct. 7-8 at the Performing Arts Center at South Dakota State University. They are also inviting contributions to complete expansion of the PAC, a project now under construction.

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    Deubrook, Elkton-Lake Benton win team titles at Deuel Invite

    CASTLEWOOD – The Deubrook Area girls and Elkton-Lake Benton boys won team titles at the Castlewood Cross Country Invite on Saturday morning. Girls

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    Jacks fall 3-0 in Summit opener

    North Dakota State swept South Dakota State in the Jackrabbits’ Summit League home opener Sunday evening, winning by the set scores of 25-13, 25-21 and 25-22 at Frost Arena.

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    Hawks blank Bulldogs

    DE SMET – Bodee Groos ran four times for 52 yards and a pair of touchdowns while also going 2-of-3 for 69 yards and a score through the air as Colman-Egan blanked De Smet 28-0 in a Dakota Valley Conference football matchup that was called early due to weather Friday night.

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    Lucas, Cossacks (5-0) drill Orioles

    LENNOX – Daymein Lucas had a career night as top-ranked Sioux Valley handled Lennox 41-10 on Friday night.

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    Mavericks sweep Jackrabbits in Summit League opener

    OMAHA, Neb. – Omaha swept South Dakota State 25-15, 25-17, 25-15 to open Summit League volleyball play Friday night at Baxter Arena.

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    Ice Dogs hand Blizzard first loss, 5-1

    BLAINE, Minn. – Caleb Hite scored twice and added an assist as the Fairbanks Ice Dogs (3-0) handed the Brookings Blizzard their first loss of the season, 5-1, during the NAHL Showcase on Friday evening at Schwan Super Rink.

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    Pierre sweeps Brookings

    PIERRE – Pierre dropped Brookings 25-19, 28-26, 25-22 in an Eastern South Dakota Conference volleyball match Thursday night.

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Capital for a Day

Gov. Dennis Daugaard and first lady Linda Daugaard stopped at local businesses, the Brookings County Veterans Memorial, the Brookings Public Library and the Children's Museum of South Dakota while Brookings served as Capital for a Day on Tuesday.