• Daugaard debating ‘a few’ potential bill vetoes

    SIOUX FALLS (AP) – South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard says there are “a few” bills that he’s thinking about vetoing before the 2018 legislative session officially ends.

  • Man accused of knocking another man unconscious

    BROOKINGS – A 25-year-old man was arrested after a fight in which he allegedly knocked another man unconscious, according to Brookings Police.

  • Fuerstenau to hold recital March 25

    BROOKINGS – South Dakota State University senior Megan Fuerstenau, a music education major from Watertown, will perform three songs in German during her 7 p.m. recital March 25 in the Peterson Recital Hall in the Lincoln Music Center on the SDSU campus.

  • Items stolen from vehicles, pub crawl generates arrests

    BROOKINGS – Items were stolen from two vehicles Sunday and the annual pub crawl generated the expected alcohol-related arrests this weekend, according to the Brookings Police.

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Divers take second in medley relay

VERMILLION – Lake Preston’s Rylie Brown, Lindsay Hillestad, Ashley Neely and Ashlyn DeKnikker led the local contingent at the Class B portion of the Dan Lennon Invitational on Tuesday at Hillenbrand Track inside the DakotaDome.

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SDSU’s Gross named Hodge finalist

South Dakota State University’s Seth Gross was named Monday as one of four finalists for the Dan Hodge Trophy, which is awarded annually to the nation’s top wrestler.

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South Dakota State’s Seth Gross wins NCAA wrestling title

CLEVELAND – Seth Gross became South Dakota State’s first national champion in any sport in the Division I era, winning the 133-pound title on Saturday night at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at Quicken Loans Arena.

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Cossacks finish fourth after 77-60 loss to Sioux Falls Christian

RAPID CITY – With the ultimate goal of a state tournament to secure three wins in three days, Saturday’s game for Sioux Valley wasn’t the one it wanted to be playing in.

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ORU completes Tulsa Two-Step

TULSA, Okla. – South Dakota State battled to the bitter end in both games of a Summit League baseball doubleheader Saturday at Oral Roberts, but came up on the short end by scores of 16-12 and 4-3. The second game of the twinbill was decided in 11 innings.

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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.