• Parenting classes planned in Brookings in January

    BROOKINGS – The South Dakota State University Department of Teaching, Learning and Leadership’s Family Resource Network will hold parenting classes throughout January in Brookings.

  • Car windows broken, purses stolen

    BROOKINGS – Thieves have been breaking into vehicles and stealing purses, so the public should be careful with their valuables, according to the Brookings Police.

  • Contractors must be licensed in Brookings

    BROOKINGS – The Brookings City Council decided Tuesday that residential contractors will need to be licensed if they are doing any construction work in the city.

  • Hedges ordinance amended

    BROOKINGS – The Brookings City Council got an earful about hedge height at its meeting Tuesday and passed an amendment to let homeowners have taller hedges, just not in the sight triangle at intersections.

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Rangers fall to Flyers, 4-3

BROOKINGS – The Rangers spotted Sioux Falls three first-period goals, which proved to be too many to overcome as the Flyers held on for a 4-3 South Dakota Amateur Hockey Association win on Friday night at Larson Ice Center.

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Tigers hold off Bobcats, 46-45

BROOKINGS – Harrisburg used an efficient offense – and a big third quarter – to squeak past the Bobcats, 46-45, in Eastern South Dakota girls’ basketball action on Friday night at Bob Jostad Gymnasium.

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Blizzard beat Bismarck, 2-1

BROOKINGS – The Blizzard scored single goals in the first and second period and made them stand up in a 2-1 North American Hockey League win over Bismarck on Friday night at Larson Ice Center.

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Rangers drop Marlins

BROOKINGS – The Rangers ran their league record to 5-0 with a 5-1 South Dakota Amateur Hockey Association win over Mitchell on Thursday night at Larson Ice Center.

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Huron topples Brookings 55-24

HURON – The host Tigers won six consecutive matches in the middle weights to top Brookings 55-24 in an Eastern South Dakota Conference wrestling dual Tuesday 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.