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Pizza with pizzazz

BROOKINGS, Next weekend, hungry Brookings residents will welcome a new pizza restaurant, which prides itself in its speed, quality and special take on the dish.
Toppers Pizza is located at 1304 Sixth St., right next to Jimmy John's.
Once it opens on Aug. 3, it

   $90,585 Dakota Cash jackpot won in Brookings

   City signs PAC letter of intent with SDSU

   Seal coating starts Monday

   Dollars for dairy cattle nutrition study

   Heroin, meth worth more than $500K seized in Brookings area

   Re-opening their arms

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Bombers Black fall 15-4 to Pierre in Region 2 opener

BROOKINGS, Pierre topped the Bombers Black 15-4 in five innings and Rapid City also picked up a run-rule shortened victory against Aberdeen to open the Class A Region 2 14U Baseball Tournament on Wednesday at Bob Shelden Field.
Action continues today as Pierre takes on

   R.C. Post 22 handles Brandon Valley to open state tournament

   League Champions!

   Brookings Blast Red 12U team finishes third at state

   Bombers Gray go 2-2, take third at state tourney

   Diana Potterveld nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year

   Jackrabbit men’s golf named to GCAA All-Academic Team

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Crash due to distracted driver

BROOKINGS, Distracted driving is being blamed after a woman drove over a median sign Monday afternoon at Main Avenue South just north of the railroad tracks, according to Lt. Derrick Powers of the Brookings Police.
Breanna Scanlan, 23, of Volga, was driving a 2010 Ford Focus

   Tool belt stolen from vehicle

   Man arrested after hitting woman

   Tools stolen from truck, windows broken

   Items stolen from vehicles in Bushnell

   Vehicle reported stolen

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Welcoming Landsat Science team members to Brookings

BROOKINGS, Kevin Kephart, South Dakota State University's vice president for research and economic development, delivers a welcome to Landsat Science Team members Tuesday morning at the McCrory Gardens Education and Visitor Center.
This is the first time the group of nationally and internationally recognized scientists and

   ‘The Art of the Colloquialism’ reception set for Thursday

   Lorraine Klaasen coming to city with Arts Midwest

   Foundation awards grants to Brookings nonprofits

   Ground-fogging for mosquitoes Monday night

   Library getting ready to forgive your fines

   Teachers find new role in the classroom

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