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BROOKINGS, "My goal is to be a store director in Brookings, S.D., until I retire," said Tom Daschel, new man at the helm at Hy-Vee. "I really like being at the store level. I have no desire for a corporate position at Hy-Vee. This is ...more

   New Hy-Vee store director responds to reader comments

   Dunn offers details on ag lab upgrade

   Teen titans

   Reps to talk drones, drugs, retirees

   City plans community workshop on biking

   Puerto Ricans could ease SD’s dairy labor shortage

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Bobcats hold off Golden Eagles for 49-48 ESD Conference win

BROOKINGS, The Bobcats moved to the top of the Class AA rankings on Monday and found themselves in a battle the following night.
Brookings built a 14-point halftime advantage before holding off Aberdeen Central 49-48 in Eastern South Dakota Conference boys' basketball action at Bob

   Brookings picks up 57-50 win at Aberdeen Central

   Hawks, Raiders, Cardinals, Divers post DVC Tournament wins

   Cossacks sweep BEC doubleheader at Chester

   Gannon, Law lead ‘Cats at S.F. Lincoln Triangular

   Flandreau tallies two victories at Deuel

   Dolphins, Cardinals, Hawks and Lady Elks pick up wins

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Lost luggage found, stolen

BROOKINGS, Lost luggage was returned to a Brookings man, but thieves apparently stole items after it was delivered, according to the Brookings Police.
The theft was reported shortly before 8 p.m. Thursday, said Lt. Derrick Powers.
"The victim reported that he had recently returned from

   RR crossing damaged in hit and run

   Man arrested for trespassing

   Man charged with kidnapping, rape

   Teen assaulted by women

   Mobile home damaged by fire

   Shed, contents lost in Wed. fire

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Jake the letter carrier

Old Jake was a master innovator in our rural neighborhood.
He had that inventive, precise German flair.
He was our mailman.
Every day, Jake and his horse Jenny made the 22-mile circuit starting at the town post office, circling through the farmland, and ending at

   A record run at SD State

   Dudley/Sawnee Hotel lives on as Teen Challenge

   SDSU’s Dianovsky opening speakers series

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