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BROOKINGS, The national small business movement Independent We Stand announces the quarterfinalists, including Downtown Brookings, of the 2016 Independent We Stand "America's Main Streets" contest.
As the lifeblood of cities and towns, Main Streets play an important role in the longterm success of communities
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   Bond set at $1M for Madison murder

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Bobcats hand Patriots first loss

BROOKINGS, The Bobcats improved to 16-1 while handing Sioux Falls Lincoln its first loss of the season, 3-1, during high school baseball action Monday evening at Bob Shelden Field.
Jameson Meyer earned the pitching win after giving up one run, unearned, on six hits with
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   Lauren Fitts wins another GPAC title

   SDSU pushes lead to 18 at Summit League Men’s Golf Championship

   Arrows drop Bobcats 6-3

   Hamlin sweeps LCC golf titles

   Chirnside earns Summit League weekly honor

   Four-time state champion signs with SDSU

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Jacks signs stolen

BROOKINGS, Jackrab-bit memorabilia was stolen from a front yard and Brookings Police are looking for the culprit, said Lt. Derrick Powers.
The report was received Friday, April 22, and the theft occurred at a residence in the 300 block of 21st Avenue South, he said.
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   Car windows broken

   Mailboxes stolen, not for first time

   Woman at home when window shot out

   Car vandalized in rural Brookings

   Fire dept. called to businesses

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Ceramics students support Brookings Food Pantry

BROOKINGS, Brookings Food Pantry was the beneficiary of an $847 gift from advanced ceramics students at South Dakota State University. Each fall students make ceramic bowls and Aramark donates soup and rolls for an Empty Bowls fundraiser at the Student Union. Diners gave $847, which was ...more

   Beck awarded national engineering scholarship

   Tree Campus USA adds one more

   Mayor proclaims May 1-7 as National Small Business Week

   Chicoine honors Nesses

   ‘Brookings Boardwalk’ coming to high school

   Award-winning art

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