• Rural Brookings acreage burglarized

    BROOKINGS – An abandoned acreage was burglarized, with several items stolen in the past month, according to the Brookings County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Warmer weather ahead

    BROOKINGS – After a near-record cold April, May 2018 is off to a warmer than average start across much of South Dakota. “It appears as if this trend will continue into June, as the dive into summer continues,” said Laura Edwards, SDSU Extension state climatologist.

  • Shelton appointed circuit judge

    PIERRE – Kent Shelton of Huron is being appointed as a circuit court judge in South Dakota’s Third Circuit Court, Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced Thursday.

  • Thrivent heading diaper donation drive

    BROOKINGS – Members of Thrivent Financial Brookings Area Associates are partnering with multiple recipient organizations in Brookings and the surrounding area. The groups are collecting diapers, wipes, blankets and other baby related items for this donation drive. Volunteers are needed, and all are welcome.

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Eagles cruise to Watertown title

WATERTOWN – Aberdeen Central’s top four golfers, led by medalist Sydney Wirebaugh’s round of 76, all finished in the top 12 as the Golden Eagles added another team title to their 2018 campaign on Monday at Prairie Winds Golf Course.

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SDSU releases 2018 soccer schedule

South Dakota State women’s soccer has released its full schedule for the upcoming 2018 season along with limited season ticket packages.

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Dobbs, Rittershaus take ninth in Flight 1 doubles

RAPID CITY – Brookings junior Jonah Dobbs and senior Dalton Rittershaus defeated Aberdeen Central’s Jesse Margolies and Andrew Hartze 11-10 (4) in the Flight 1 singles ninth-place match as the State Boys’ Tennis Tournament concluded Saturday.

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Loyola Marymount beats SDSU 7-1 in NISC regional final

GREELEY, Colo. – The Jackrabbit softball program saw its historic season come to an end Friday in the National Invitational Softball Championship regional final, dropping a 7-1 winner-take-all contest to Loyola Marymount after forcing an if-necessary game with a 6-5 victory in the first game of the day against the Lions.

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NDSU wins 6-5 to complete three-game sweep of SDSU

FARGO, N.D. – For the second day in a row, North Dakota State rallied in the late innings, downing South Dakota State 6-5 on a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the ninth Saturday afternoon at Newman Outdoor Field.

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