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Prayer service held for Esperanza Maria Fayant

Pastor Herb Wounded Head has shared his sermon from the Monday night prayer service at First Lutheran Church, held in honor of Esperanza Fayant, the girl who died in Brookings July 31.

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Fayant, Price plead not guilty in death of 3-year-old

BROOKINGS – Two Brookings residents pleaded not guilty Monday to felony charges of second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter and abuse or cruelty to a minor under age 7.

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Monday prayer service being planned

BROOKINGS – A community prayer service will be held Monday night for the 2-year-old girl who tragically died last Wednesday in Brookings.

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Semi, I-29 damaged in fire

BROOKINGS – A semi caught fire and backed up traffic on Interstate 29 on Tuesday, causing nearly $100,000 in damage, according to the Brookings County Sheriff’s Office and Brookings Fire Department.

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James C. Steen - Brookings

James C. Steen, 70, of Brookings, passed away Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at Sanford USD Medical Center, in Sioux Falls.

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Bobcats drop a pair to open season

BROOKINGS – The Bobcats fell 8-1 to Milbank and 9-0 to Yankton in a season-opening girls’ tennis triangular Thursday at Hillcrest.

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SDSU soccer readies for tune-up at UMKC

The South Dakota State women's soccer squad kicks off its 2019 campaign with a road exhibition Saturday, traveling to Kansas City to face the UMKC Kangaroos. The match is set for 5 p.m. at Durwood Stadium.

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SDSU golf adds assistant coach

BROOKINGS – Jackrabbit head golf coach Casey VanDamme announced the addition of South Dakota native Alex Shattuck as assistant.

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Twins start fast, beat Rangers 13-6

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) – Luis Arraez hit the first of three more homers by the slugging Minnesota Twins, putting them ahead to stay in a 13-6 win over the Texas Rangers on Thursday night.

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Class B Amateur: Canova and Dell Rapids advance

MITCHELL – Canova and Dell Rapids advanced to the quarterfinals of the Class B State Amateur Baseball Tournament Wednesday night in Mitchell. Canova topped the Flandreau Cardinals 3-1 and Mudcats beat Four Corners 16-6 in eight innings.

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