• Many South Dakota kids unsupervised after school

    SIOUX FALLS (AP) – Thousands of South Dakota children are left unsupervised after school due to a lack of state funding for after-school and out-of-school activities, according to a newspaper investigation.

  • Semi damages railroad crossing arm

    BROOKINGS – Brookings Police are looking for the driver of a semi that ran into a railroad crossing arm Monday, according to Assistant Chief Derrick Powers.

  • School board OKs budget

    BROOKINGS – The Brookings School Board approved a nearly $81.8 million budget for the 2018-2019 school year on Monday night and the opening of construction bids for Mickelson Middle School.

  • Four fatal crashes during 2018 rally

    STURGIS (AP) – South Dakota authorities say the number of people killed in crashes during this year’s Sturgis Motorcycle Rally was down from last year.

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Lundin leads Rough Riders past Bobcats

BROOKINGS – Jack Lundin earned medalist honors as Sioux Falls Roosevelt defeated the Bobcats 293-331 in a boys’ golf dual Friday afternoon at Brookings Country Club.

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Cyclones blank Jackrabbits

AMES, Iowa – Iowa State defeated South Dakota State 2-0 in a season-opening women’s soccer match Friday night at the Cyclone Sports Complex.

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Rotert takes on wrestling recruiting role at SDSU

BROOKINGS – Former South Dakota State standout Nate Rotert will continue his long association with the Jackrabbit wrestling team by joining the staff as recruiting coordinator.

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Cossacks finish third in Milbank

MILBANK – The Sioux Valley boys’ golf team placed third in the POET Invitational on Thursday at Pine Hills.

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Richardson, Smith on Summit League Players to Watch List; Jackrabbits picked to finish 8th

SIOUX FALLS – South Dakota State senior Payton Richardson and junior Ashlynn Smith were named to the Summit League Volleyball Players to Watch List.

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    4-H Dog Show results released

    BROOKINGS – The Brookings County 4-H Dog Show was held July 16, at the Brookings County Outdoor Adventure Center.

  • Sports

    Kayden Verley leads C-Hawks past Cossacks

    CANTON – Kayden Verley scored four touchdowns – two of which came on punt returns – as Canton beat Sioux Valley 35-6 to open the high school football season Friday night.

  • Sports

    Bobcats go 0-2

    BRANDON – The Bobcats fell 9-0 to Rapid City Stevens and 8-1 to Eastern South Dakota Conference opponent Brandon Valley during girls’ tennis action Friday afternoon.

  • Sports

    Hawks, Raiders open season with DVC victories

    COLMAN – Two-time reigning state champion Colman-Egan opened the season with a 36-0 victory over Elkton-Lake Benton during Dakota Valley Conference football action Friday night.

  • Sports

    Two reports of holes-in-one

    BROOKINGS – Randy Franklin and VJ Smith reported recent holes-in-one in Brookings.

  • Sports

    Kelly Evans-Hullinger defends BCC club title

    BROOKINGS – Kelly Evans-Hullinger carded a 3-over-par 75 to successfully defend her title at the Brookings Country Club Ladies Club Championship on Tuesday.

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    Annual BFSC registration is open

    BROOKINGS – Annual registration for the Brookings Figure Skating Club is now open. Skaters from 3 years old to seniors in high school are invited to join as regular members.

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    SDSU’s College of Nursing ranked among nation’s best

    BROOKINGS – South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing has been ranked 31st in TheBestSchools.org’s list of the 50 Best Online Bachelor’s in Nursing Programs.

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