• Move-in weekend approaches at SDSU

    BROOKINGS – Warm welcomes are important at South Dakota State, which is why the university president may be seen helping students unload a car or pickup. Move-in weekend starts at 8 a.m. Friday.

  • Researchers studying fish density

    SPEARFISH (AP) – Researchers are studying if reducing the fish population in some areas of a western South Dakota creek will improve fish growth rates.

  • Fine art exhibition opens, reception Aug. 24

    BROOKINGS – The Fine Art Exhibit and Competition, the Brookings Arts Council’s annual juried multi-media art exhibition, has opened at the Brookings Arts Council, 524 Fourth St.

  • Program to match volunteers, older adults

    BROOKINGS – Volunteers are needed for a new program in Brookings County that will connect older adults to their community and build social relationships.

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Roncalli wins Sioux Valley Invitational

VOLGA – The Cavaliers captured the top two individual spots en route to a team win at Monday’s Sioux Valley Invitational at Meadow Creek Golf Course.

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Friends of Baseball Fans of the Year

BROOKINGS – The 2017 Friends of Baseball Fans of the Year Award has been presented to Jim and Angie Lerdal.

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Jacks dominant in final tune-up

BROOKINGS – South Dakota State shook off a weather delay and early deficit in its final exhibition Sunday, turning in a dominant performance against Manitoba to walk out of Fishback Soccer Park with a 5-1 win.

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Jackrabbits picked 2nd in Summit League preseason soccer poll

ELMHURST, Ill. – Three-time defending league champion South Dakota State was picked second in the Summit League's Women's Soccer Preseason Coaches Poll, announced Thursday by the organization.

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Jacks drops 1-0 exhibition to Wyoming

HASTINGS, Neb. – South Dakota State dropped a 1-0 exhibition to the University of Wyoming in a neutral site matchup Friday.

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    Senior athletes do well at nationals

    BROOKINGS – The National Senior Games were held in Birmingham, Ala., earlier this summer. Athletes from the area fared well at the competition.

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    Birth to 5 screenings slated at Dakota Prairie

    BROOKINGS – The Brookings School District announced that, through its Child Find Program, it will offer free screening opportunities for any parent or guardian residing in the district who suspects a child may have developmental concern or disability.

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    Bobcats finish 15th at Warrior Invite

    SIOUX FALLS – O’Gorman placed four golfers in the top 10 to card a 293 for team honors at Monday’s Warrior Invite at Willow Run Golf Course.

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    Twin aces at BCC

    BROOKINGS – The hole-in-one flurry at Brookings Country Club continued Wednesday as Sean Lesnar and Pat Carey aced the 141-yard, par-3 third hole in a one-hour span.

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    20! Monarchs continue Class A dominance

    MITCHELL – The Monarchs continue to rule. Renner defeated the Sioux Falls Brewers 2-0 in the Class A State Amateur Baseball Tournament championship game Sunday at Cadwell Park for its fifth consecutive title and 20th all-time.

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    Alexandria Angels defend Class B crown

    MITCHELL – The Alexandria Angels successfully defended their title with a 4-0 defeat of the Larchwood, Iowa, Diamonds to conclude the Class B State Amateur Baseball Tournament on Sunday at Cadwell Park.

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    Brewers beat Renner to advance to Class A title tilt; Ravens, Flying Squirrels eliminated

    MITCHELL – The Sioux Falls Brewers advanced to the Class A State Amateur Baseball Tournament championship game with an 8-7 win over the Renner Monarchs in Friday’s undefeated game at Cadwell Park.

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    Garretson, Larchwood advance to Class B Tournament semifinals

    MITCHELL – Garretson and Larchwood posted quarterfinal wins on Thursday night at the Class B Amateur State Baseball Tournament at Cadwell Park to set up Saturday’s first semifinal showdown.

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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.