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PIERRE — Despite county auditors saying it could result in fewer South Dakotans voting, a legislative committee endorsed  a bill  Wednesday that would require voters to register 30 …

A Washington state man accused of helping kill more than 3,000 birds — including eagles on a Montana Indian reservation — then illegally selling their feathers intends to plead guilty to …

  SIOUX FALLS — Bob Zeidman has visited South Dakota just once in his lifetime. He could be $5 million richer because of it. The computer forensics expert attended a Cyber Symposium …

Five Brookings students competed last Saturday at the South Dakota Regional Science Bowl. After the morning Round Robin tournament of 14 teams, Brookings was seeded in first place. That took …

Brookings resident Paul Hanson will entertain the Brookings Wildlife Federation with his hunting stories. BWF will meet on March 1 at noon at the Brookings County Outdoor Adventure Center, 2810 …

BROOKINGS — Three South Dakota pork producers were recognized for outstanding contributions to the state’s swine industry. The 2023 South Dakota Master Pork Producer winners were …

Sow and Grow

In today’s agriculture, “data” is a word tossed around quite a lot. We often times use statistical terminology and big data sets to make conclusions at the academic level; however, …

BROOKINGS — March will soon be off to a busy start at the Brookings Public Library. On March 5 from 6 to 7:30 p.m., the library and the SDSU Chemistry Club will host a Chemistry Showcase. …

BROOKINGS — A Brookings resident is facing a pair of charges — simple assault against a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest — following a Friday morning incident near hotel …

VOLGA — A home in Volga was burgled recently without any property being stolen, according to a Tuesday news release from the Brookings County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s …

BROOKINGS — The annual South Dakota State University Celebration of Faculty Excellence recognized 30 faculty members, researchers and scientists on Feb. 20. The event honors faculty members in …

BROOKINGS — Robyn Jensen, a financial adviser with Ameriprise Financial, Inc. in Brookings, was named to the list of “Forbes Best-in-State Women Wealth Advisers” published by …

BROOKINGS — The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary of George Dokken No. 2118 youth program has several opportunities for students. The "Red, White and Blue" program is for students …

BROOKINGS — Brookings AARP Foundation TaxAide is offering free individual income tax preparation and e-filing for the 2023 tax year for low and moderate income taxpayers, with special attention …

BROOKINGS — Josh Howard , a senior majoring in music studies, will present his senior recital at 4 p.m. March 3 in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Founders Recital Hall on the …

BROOKINGS — With the death, at age 97, of Robert “Bob” Bartling, Brookings and South Dakota have lost a gentleman, mentor and citizen of legendary stature in the world of long …

BROOKINGS — Readers call and write with all sorts of comments and concerns, gripes and the occasional plaudit. And every once in a while, there's a really good question. So it came to …

BROOKINGS — Planned utility projects in Aurora and White in the upcoming months could make it harder for people living and/or doing business in those communities to get around, but it’s …

BOSTON (AP) — February's end is bringing wild weather to much of the United States, with record heat allowing for golf in Wisconsin and outdoor food trucks in Minnesota, along with an increased …

  BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension will host a virtual financial education workshop to empower women to develop their spending and long-term plans. “Women, on average, live …

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