• Horse Person of the Year Hall of Fame in the works

    VOLGA – The South Dakota Horse Council is working with the Brookings County Museum to establish a Horse Person of the Year Hall of Fame in the museum’s new Horse-Drawn Museum in Volga.

  • Daschle Dialogues tickets available online Tuesday

    BROOKINGS – Tickets will be available at 8 a.m. Tuesday for the April 15 Daschle Dialogues lecture at the Larson Memorial Concert Hall in the Performing Arts Center at South Dakota State University.

  • Newspaper association praises Noem's transparency efforts

    PIERRE (AP) – Gov. Kristi Noem has said she'd work toward building the "most transparent administration South Dakota has ever seen," calling for a reporter shield law and bringing more sunlight to the Statehouse.

  • Collegians to put on free concert

    BROOKINGS – The Southwest Community College in Creston, Iowa, will put on a show for local music lovers at a price everyone will love: free.

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Too. Much. Snow.

BROOKINGS – The Brookings area has been hit with seemingly unending snowfall for the past couple of months. Superintendent Matt Bartley and the Brookings Street Department are running out of room to dump it, and there’s still more in the forecast.

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‘Tin Man’ coming down

BROOKINGS – It would take more than an oil can to save this “Tin Man.” That’s why Brookings Municipal Utilities has decided to take down the Fourth Street water tower and build a state-of-the-art water tower on the same location, according to Eric Witt, BMU’s water/wastewater and engineering manager.

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South Dakota passes bills to discourage Keystone XL rioting

PIERRE (AP) – South Dakota is poised to approve laws aimed at potential protests against the planned Keystone XL oil pipeline, seeking to prevent disruptive demonstrations like those against the Dakota Access pipeline that cost neighboring North Dakota nearly $40 million and led to hundreds of arrests beginning in late 2016.

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2 arrested on multiple charges

BROOKINGS – A woman and a man, both in their 30s, were arrested on multiple charges Tuesday night after reports of physical fights, burglary, threats, hit-and-run, DUI and endangering a child, according to the Brookings Police.

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Reports of flooding problems throughout Brookings

BROOKINGS – The daylong rain Wednesday forced the Brookings Liquor Store to close and Larson Manufacturing Company to send workers home and prompted people to enquire about sandbags, according to officials.

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USBWA names Daum Third Team All-American

ST. LOUIS – South Dakota State’s Mike Daum was named a Third Team All-American by the United States Basketball Writers Association, announced Monday.

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Spoilers! Baylor tops women’s NCAA field as bracket leaks

NEW YORK (AP) – One of the joys of March Madness is the surprising things that can happen during the NCAA Tournament. For the women, there was an unpleasant surprise before the tournament even began when the field was revealed early thanks to a production error.

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Jacks draw Texas in NIT

South Dakota State is a No. 7 seed and faces second-seeded Texas in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament on Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas.

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Young arms lead Jackrabbits past WIU

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – South Dakota State pitchers Nic McCay and Bret Barnett combined for 14 strikeouts and the Jackrabbit offense capitalized on three Western Illinois errors to win the decisive game of a three-game Summit League baseball series, 7-4, Sunday afternoon at UIS Baseball Field.

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SDSU softball closes weekend with Sunday split

KANSAS CITY – South Dakota State wrapped up its weekend stay at the Urban Youth Academy with another split Sunday, dropping a narrow 1-0 loss to Creighton before bouncing back in the finale, taking down UMKC in extra innings, 10-8.

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