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STINNETT, Texas — A dusting of snow covered a desolate landscape of scorched prairie, dead cattle and burned out homes in the Texas Panhandle on Thursday, giving firefighters brief relief in …

MIAMI — A former career U.S. diplomat told a federal judge Thursday he will plead guilty to charges of working for decades as a secret agent for communist Cuba, an unexpectedly swift resolution …

BOSTON — Jack Teixeira, the Massachusetts Air National Guard member  accused of leaking highly classified military documents on a social media platform, is expected to plead guilty in his …

WASHINGTON  — Texas Sen. John Cornyn has informed his colleagues that he intends to run for Senate Republican leader, becoming the first senator to announce a campaign after Sen. Mitch …

PIERRE — South Dakota’s Republican-controlled Legislature on Thursday approved the creation of a video to outline the state’s abortion laws and to clarify when health care providers …

BATH — Educators devote limitless time, and often their own resources, to helping students pursue their passions. To recognize the contributions of South Dakota’s leading agricultural …

BROOKINGS — Child and Family Resource Network at South Dakota State University will hold four parenting classes throughout March to focus on helping parents discover what their children’s …

PIERRE — South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley congratulates the 42 students who will graduate Friday from the state Basic Law Enforcement Certification Course in Pierre. The …

Reflections

A few days ago my family and I were up very early in the morning to go to a meeting. As we pulled out of our driveway, we looked to the west and as usual saw the moon. However, the moon that morning …

BROOKINGS — The Mission of the Month for March at the Mission Coffehouse at First Lutheran Church is Sleep In Heavenly Peace. Sleep in Heavenly Peace is a registered 501c3 non-profit …

BROOKINGS — Mid-day Lenten lunches will be Wednesdays through March 27 in the First Lutheran Church activity center. Soup, sandwiches, cookies and a beverage will be served fro 11:30 a.m. …

Read all about Brookings-area organizations and their plans in the week ahead.

BROOKINGS — A nearly $397,000 bid for pickleball courts at Hillcrest Park was approved on a 7-0 vote by the City Council on Tuesday night. Now all that’s left is to, well, build them. …

BROOKINGS — In 2009, Angie Schmitz-Thompson’s 12-year-old son TJ died in the crash of a small, private airplane. About six years ago, the fitness instructor at Synergy Strength Studio in …

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky will step down as the Senate Republican leader in November, he said on the Senate floor Wednesday, announcing the end of a run as party leader …

NEW YORK — Richard Lewis, an acclaimed comedian known for exploring his neuroses in frantic, stream-of-consciousness diatribes while dressed in all-black, leading to his nickname “The …

PIERRE — The state Senate advanced spending bills Tuesday that include millions to build a new men’s prison, fund water and wastewater projects, and keep nursing homes afloat, among other …

South Dakotans will vote on Medicaid work requirements in the Nov. 5 general election. The measure would not immediately impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients who qualify under …

The Senate unanimously approved a bill Wednesday that would create a statewide public defender’s office after adding a $3 million one-time appropriation to reimburse counties for current …

In response to a  potential ballot measure  that would reinstate abortion rights, the Senate State Affairs Committee amended and advanced a bill Wednesday in Pierre that would allow people …

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