• 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.

  • SDSU names Eminent Farmers/Ranchers, Homemakers

    BROOKINGS – The South Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences and College of Education and Human Sciences will recognize four individuals with the Eminent Farmer/Rancher and Eminent Homemaker honor during a banquet Sept. 21 at the McCrory Gardens Education and Visitor Center in Brookings.

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Watertown shuts out Brookings

WATERTOWN – The Arrows defeated the Bobcats 7-0 in an Eastern South Dakota Conference girls’ soccer match Tuesday evening.

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Thompson signs contract to play in Europe

Former South Dakota State women’s basketball player Ellie Thompson will continue her basketball career this fall in Luxembourg after signing with Backet Esch out of the Total League.

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SDSU softball announces fall schedule

BROOKINGS – The South Dakota State softball program announced its 2018 fall schedule, with eight games to be played at Jackrabbit Softball Stadium against area Division II schools.

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Junior Blizzard win Combat Cup

The Junior Blizzard won the Sioux Falls Division of the NHG Combat Cup on Aug. 3-5 at Scheels IcePlex. Five Brookings players – Egan Jensen, Cooper Deatherage, Jacob Law, Jacob Peterson and Jordan Raatz – were on the team.

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Roncalli captures SV Invite title

VOLGA – Both Aberdeen Roncalli and Sisseton posted a 340 team score as the Cavaliers claimed the team title at the Sioux Valley Invitational as their top four golfers finished higher than the Redmen.

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