• Pistol stolen

    BRUCE – A hand gun was stolen from a rural Bruce residence, according to the Brookings County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Package stolen from porch

    VOLGA – A package that had been delivered to a residence in Volga was stolen, according to the Brookings County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Nom admin projects big cost to ending presumptive probation

    PIERRE (AP) – Gov. Kristi Noem’s administration is projecting that a measure to reverse South Dakota’s presumptive probation policy could spur an influx of prisoners, potentially costing the state millions of dollars each year and requiring at least $33.3 million for new prison facilities.

  • SDSU: Student survey shows high satisfaction among fall grads

    BROOKINGS – Ninety-six percent of South Dakota State University’s December 2018 candidates for graduation stated they achieved their educational goals in an exit survey conducted by the university’s Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

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Candle, dead chickens, message in wax left at residence

BROOKINGS – A candle, a message written in wax and a pair of dead chickens were left at a local residence this week, according to the Brookings Police.

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I-29 closing from Sioux Falls to North Dakota border

PIERRE – Officials with the South Dakota Departments of Transportation and Public Safety are closing Interstate 29 from Brookings to the North Dakota border at 5 p.m Thursday and from Sioux Falls to Brookings at 6 p.m.

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Diedra Kurtenbach Gatzke - Brookings

Diedra Kurtenbach Gatzke (22) passed away Feb 14, 2019 caused by a brain hemorrhage of an AVM on the evening of February 12, 2019.

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Tough decisions ahead for BATA

BROOKINGS – The Brookings Area Transit Authority, like many a federally subsidized ridership program, fights a constant battle of the budget as it pursues its mission using a variety of funds.

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Council approves $3.7M Larson Ice Center bid

BROOKINGS – The Brookings City Council approved a bid by McKinstry Firm from Roseville, Minnesota, for almost $3.7 million in repairs to Larson Ice Center during Tuesday’s meeting. The vote was split 5-2.

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Cossacks win wild finale

VOLGA – Sioux Valley closed out the regular season in style, beating Flandreau Indian School 56-48 in a wild girls’ basketball game Tuesday night.

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Sioux Valley closes with victory

VOLGA – The Sioux Valley boys’ basketball team capped a 15-5 regular season with a 76-39 defeat of Flandreau Indian School on Tuesday night.

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Jenkins buzzer-beater lifts Jackrabbits over Bison

FARGO, N.D. – David Jenkins kept South Dakota State’s conference championship hopes alive as the Jackrabbits flipped the script on Saturday.

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Miller, SDSU roll past NDSU on the road

FARGO, N.D. – Macy Miller scored 30 points as South Dakota State drilled North Dakota State 88-48 in a Summit League women’s basketball game Saturday afternoon at the Scheels Center.

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Jacks win opening series

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – South Dakota State split with UT Martin over the weekend to win the three-game college baseball series 2-1.

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