• ‘Slow down’

    BROOKINGS – Snow and ice wreaked havoc with drivers this weekend, according to the Brookings County Sheriff’s Office and Brookings Police.

  • Transitioning new employees in state jobs

    PIERRE – A South Dakota governor leaves office, and potentially 967 state employees could be looking for different jobs. Realistically, that number will be far smaller. Many top state positions, though, will see different faces.

  • Man arrested for assault

    BROOKINGS – A man was arrested for assault after allegedly throwing another man to the ground, according to Brookings Police.

  • Mickelson 6th-graders to bring history to life tonight

    BROOKINGS – What has become a rite of passage for Mickelson Middle School sixth-graders will be held Monday night, but note that the venue has changed.

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Krieger wins HR scholarship

BROOKINGS – Ali Krieger, a human resources student at Daktronics, was selected as the first South Dakota Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Scholarship winner.

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Partnership to improve SD early childhood mental health care

BROOKINGS – Mental health clinicians, Head Start teachers and parents in South Dakota will be better prepared to help young children cope with traumatic events and mental health/emotional challenges, thanks to a five-year, $2.2 million Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Grant.

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Brookings School District responds to threat

BROOKINGS – A potential threat by a student was quickly contained after Brookings High School administration were made aware of it and alerted law enforcement Wednesday, according to a statement released by Principal Paul von Fischer early Wednesday afternoon.

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2 South Dakota nursing homes may close

PIERRE (AP) – Two South Dakota nursing homes may be closing soon.

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Arrests in drug-related assault, robbery

BROOKINGS – Two suspects have been arrested for allegedly taking part in a robbery and assault in Brookings last week, and two other suspects have been identified, according to Lt. Marci Gebers of the Brookings Police.

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‘Cats fall to Kernels in five sets

SIOUX FALLS – The Bobcats had chances to end their first postseason run in 13 seasons with a win, but Mitchell rallied to force a fifth set and then held on for the win at Saturday’s Class AA State Volleyball Tournament at the PREMIER Center.

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Cowboys roll over SDSU, 45-9

BROOKINGS – Fourth-ranked Oklahoma State won 9-of-10 matches, including four by fall and two by technical fall, to power past No. 22 South Dakota State, 45-9, on Saturday night at Frost Arena.

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Pierre, S.D. STATE

BROOKINGS – Pierre Strong Jr. ran for 253 yards and three touchdowns and Taryn Christion hit the century mark for career TD tosses as fifth-ranked South Dakota State continued its dominance of South Dakota, building a 28-7 lead after a quarter en route to a 49-27 victory on a cold Saturday at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium.

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Jacks fall to Florida Gulf Coast, 84-78

FORT MYERS, Fla. – South Dakota State men’s basketball saw its three-game winning streak come to an end Friday night against Florida Gulf Coast, falling 84-78 at Alico Arena in front of 3,725 fans.

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Five season-bests highlight Day 2 for the Jackrabbit men

IOWA CITY, Iowa – The South Dakota State swimming and diving team set five season-bests as the team finished day two at the Hawkeye Invitational Friday night.

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    Addison DeHaven earns All-American honors for second time

    MADISON, Wis. – Addison DeHaven may not have been thrilled with his finish, but the Brookings High School legend continued to make history on Saturday by earning All-American honors for a second time.

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    Bears beat Vikings 25-20, tighten grip on NFC North

    No doubt about it now, the Bears really are serious about winning the NFC North.

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    Monarchs reign with 3-1 win

    SIOUX FALLS – Warner avenged one of its two regular-season losses with a 15-25, 25-21, 25-18 and 25-12 win over Northwestern to claim the Class B state title on Saturday at the PREMIER Center.

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    Third-seeded Chargers repeat

    SIOUX FALLS – Third-seeded Sioux Falls Christian crushed top-seeded Miller, 25-17, 25-14 and 25-12, to defend its Class A title.

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    Events 11-19-18

    The Brookings Area Chamber of Commerce Public Affairs Committee presents David Owen, president and CEO of the South Dakota Chamber and Industry, at its annual Pre-Legislative Luncheon.

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    Case of measles confirmed in Mass.

    Massachusetts health officials have confirmed a second case of measles in Lowell and are warning area residents the person went to several public locations, possibly exposing others to the disease.

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    Agendas 11-19-18

    The Brookings Planning Commission will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. Items on the agenda include:

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    Van Der Vliet - 90

    Friends and family are invited to celebrate the 90th birthday of Betty Van Der Vliet.

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