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Selfies on stolen phone lead to arrest

• Stakeout in Flandreau nabs convicted murderer who walked away from halfway house

FLANDREAU, A convicted murderer who walked away from a Sioux Falls halfway house is back in custody this week. And a Flandreau man whose stolen cell phone helped capture the suspect,

   Bill Cosby coming back to Brookings

   Daugaard in Brookings to celebrate literacy

   Council OKs 6th Street project, approves Timberline West plat

   Developer withdraws 26th St. S. right of way

   A family affair

   County bridges to be replaced

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SDSU shuts down Trojans

BROOKINGS, The Jackrabbits banged out 16 hits on the way to an 11-1 rout of Dakota State on Wednesday at Erv Huether Field.
SDSU built a 5-0 lead through five innings before the Trojans scored their lone run in the sixth. The Jackrabbits responded with

   Jacks sweep Dakota Wesleyan

   Jackrabbit men take third; women place fourth at Summit Golf Championship

   Cardinals dominate relays at Hamlin Invite

   Big sixth inning leads Sioux Valley past DEHC

   Boys & Girls Club members set for the 26th mile

   Four Bobcats qualify for state

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Semi slams into, totals sheriff’s office pickup

• No injuries; took place during April 16 snowstorm

BROOKINGS, Most people know that law enforcement is a difficult and often dangerous job.
That notion was reinforced last week when a parked Brookings County Sheriff's pickup was totaled by a semi-truck.

   Stolen Chevy wrecked near Aurora

   Ice shack taken from Lake Sinai

   Vandals egg 3 residences in Brookings

   Sharp turn puts driver in hospital

   Toppled lamp pole has $5K repair cost

   Thief makes off with electronics

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Nielsen to deliver 18th annual Burris Lecture at SD State

BROOKINGS, The 18th annual Robert H. and Katherine Burris Distinguished Lecture Series in Plant Biochemistry at SDSU features Erik Nielsen, an associate professor in the University of Michigan's Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology.
Nielsen will deliver a public lecture "The Changing Roles of

   SDSU to plant hybrid oak tree to celebrate Arbor Day

   Yale professor to discuss urbanization in China, India

   Wehbe appointed head of civil engineering at State

   Heirlooms coming to the library

   City marks Arbor Day with 5K, tree planting

   New chiropractic office opens in Brookings

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