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From the Garden

Boost the summer-long beauty and heat tolerance in your gardens and containers with new varieties of annual vinca (Catharanthus). The unique Soireeâ vinca varieties provide added appeal with …

Read all about what Brookings-area governing agencies have on their agendas.

Read all about what's on the menu in Brookings, Bruce and Elkton in the days ahead.

BROOKINGS — A February incident involving a registered sex offender who was invited to speak at Elkton School — and the subsequent Brookings Register report on it — led to both the …

BROOKINGS — The former Brookings city employee arrested for stealing from the concession stand at Larson Ice Center has entered a guilty plea. Paul Laleman, 40, entered a guilty plea …

BROOKINGS — If you’re using Swiftel TV services, expect changes in the near future — in the early morning hours of May 1, to be exact. “From what I understand, …

BROOKINGS — On Thursday the Agricultural Heritage Museum opened On The Farm Front: Agriculture During WWII, an exhibit about how the war affected agriculture and rural life in this region. …

BROOKINGS — The city’s Public Works Department is undertaking a pilot program to assist some property owners with sidewalk repairs this year, Brookings City Council members learned at …

Reflections

The Lord will mediate between nations and will settle international disputes. They will hammer their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation will no longer fight against …

Brookings County 4-H News

The Medary Creek Beavers held their monthly meeting in Elkton at the Community Center on April 14. Maddisyn called the meeting to order, Jaden led the flag pledge, and Emma led the 4-H pledge. …

Read all about what Brookings-area groups have planned in the days ahead.

BROOKINGS — South Dakota State University is partnering with the Dacotah Bank Center to host the university’s 138th commencement May 4, and community members should be aware of increased …

BROOKINGS — The Brookings Public Library and Downtown Brookings, through a grant from the Beyond Our Walls project, have partnered to create a historical texting tour of Downtown Brookings. …

BROOKINGS — Recently, Brookings Area United Way, the city of Brookings, Brookings School District, Brookings Economic Development Corp. and G3 Counseling signed an MOU to officially become an …

There are 46,000 Rotary clubs around the world, and members of three of them recently enjoyed a chance meeting in Chicago. In the first photo, Brookings Rotarian and District 5610 Assistant Gov. …

Academic News

Anya Woodall of Brookings is the recipient of the $1,000 South Dakota Services for the Deaf Foundation Scholarship. Woodall’s plans are unclear as to where she will attend, but she is …

BROOKINGS — Brookings American Legion Post No. 74 will serve a pancake, scrambled eggs, and sausage breakfast on April 27. Pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, orange juice, coffee, and milk …

Wellman, speaking with Moody County Commissioners, told them it was time — time to try and find someone to fill the position Deputy Sheriff Ken Prorok had held with the county.

BROOKINGS — A new facility sending renewable natural gas made from dairy cattle manure to local energy customers could be the first of several such plants, a utility company said Monday while …

BROOKINGS — John Martinez, a policy/data analyst for South Dakota State University’s Division of Budget and Finance, has been named SDSU Civil Service Employee of the Month for April. …

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