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On April 15, over 50 Scouts from three different Scout organizations in Brookings spent their Monday evening giving back to their community. In under an hour's time, Cub Scouts from Pack 24 and …

SIOUX FALLS — NorthWestern Energy’s natural gas system is now delivering renewable natural gas to homes, businesses and manufacturers in the Brookings area. NorthWestern Energy will …

BROOKINGS — The Brookings Chamber Music Society announces the rescheduling of its final concert of the season that was postponed due to weather. Violinist SooBeen Lee will perform at 7:30 …

BROOKINGS — Brookings School Board members will join the Brookings City Council for an evening edition of its Community Office Hours on Wednesday. The event will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. at …

The South Dakota Art Museum’s Art Guild series continues on April 23 with “Art Is…Your Passport to Creativity” featuring Watertown artist Jennifer Stone. The guild will host …

BROOKINGS — The city of Brookings and Sustainability Council are piloting a new program to encourage people to implement stormwater management practices on their property. The Stormwater …

  On April 5, Camelot fourth-grade science students learned more about the eclipse. Students reflected on how shadows are made when light is blocked. Teachers connected this to the …

The Optimist Club of Brookings recently awarded the Kelly McGeough Foundation $1,000. The Kelly McGeough Foundation was started in 1983 in honor of 10-year-old Kelly McGeough, who fought a …

The Prairie Doc

An exceedingly common question I get in clinic, especially in the heart of a South Dakota winter, is how to remedy dry skin. And the questions aren’t just in clinic; my own kids, family, …

BROOKINGS — There’s a new deputy soon to be prowling about Brookings County, and if you think you can outrun him, it isn’t happening. After all, he’s got four legs to your …

On Saturday, April 27 at 2 p.m. the Brookings Public Library will host its Small Bites Literary Club meeting at Kool Beans Coffee. Do you like talking about things you've read? Do you want to …

From the Garden

Overcrowded, poor flowering, and floppy perennials can be invigorated with a shovel and a bit of your time and energy. Dividing perennials is an excellent way to improve their appearance and create …

Read all about what's on the agendas for Brookings-area governing agencies in the week ahead.

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

Third Sunday Breakfast in April! The Third Sunday Breakfast project usually ends in March and starts again in August. However, this year Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary members will have their …

BROOKINGS — The groundbreaking ceremony for the Ivy Center’s expansion project kicks off at 4 p.m. on May 7, and the public is invited to take part. Commissioner Mike Bartley …

Curmudgeon's Corner

I’m a history buff. I’d guess that I’ve been avidly reading American history, and Western European history that has ties to American history, since about the third grade at St. …

BROOKINGS — Two faculty members and one graduate student in the School of Communication and Journalism at South Dakota State University received recognition at Central States Communication …

BROOKINGS — A Brookings-area master gardener is donating 50 apple trees to local youth for the fourth annual Fruitful Children Project. The project is sponsored by SDSU Extension Master …

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

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