• Some Brookings roads remain closed

    BROOKINGS – The following roads within Brookings will remain closed due to water over the road or washout of the roadway:

  • BMU: Limit water use through weekend

    BROOKINGS – Brookings Municipal Utilities is asking for residents’ continued cooperation and patience as the city deals with the impact of Thursday’s unprecedented rain event.

  • Landfill extends hours

    BROOKINGS – The Brookings Regional Landfill will be open from 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday for residents to dispose of debris due to the recent inundation of rain.

  • Free debris disposal at landfill

    BROOKINGS – The City of Brookings Solid Waste Department is trying to make it a little easier for area residents who are cleaning up wet basements and rain-ruined property.

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Bullets capture nightcap in extra innings to split with Renner

BROOKINGS – Renner put six runs on the scoreboard during the third inning of the opener to power to a 14-5 win, but the Bullets forced extra innings in Game 2 before pulling out a 12-11 9-inning triumph to earn a split on Wednesday at Bob Shelden Field.

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Bandits drop doubleheader to Post 17

WATERTOWN – The Bandits’ rally in Game 1 fell just short as Post 17 won 10-9, and then, the home squad scored five runs in the fifth for a 6-4 win in Game 2 to complete an American Legion sweep on Wednesday at Watertown Stadium.

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Brookings Outlaws are state champs

SIOUX FALLS – The Brookings Outlaws won the 18U USA Softball Fastpitch State A Tournament on Sunday, beating SD Gold 10-6 in the title game.

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Bestes are Fans of the Year

BROOKINGS – Dave and Kathleen Beste were named the Brookings Friends of Baseball Fans of the Year.

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Meyer, Bandits drop Huron 7-1

BROOKINGS – Jameson Meyer took a shutout into the seventh inning and the Bandit offense came alive late as Post 74 beat Huron 7-1 in a Legion baseball matchup Tuesday evening at Bob Shelden Field.

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