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Candidates offer leadership styles to voters

• Chamber hosts pre-election mayor, council forums Saturday

Editor's note: This is the first of two reports on the Saturday mayor and city council candidate forums at the Brookings City & County Government Center. In Tuesday's edition, look for coverage on the council forum. ...more

   A gift of life – times two

   Lawmakers to consider gov's vetoes

   Brookings management students No. 1 in state

   Daktronics displays going into new Vikings stadium

   County gets $200K in state funds

   First cookies and cream, now ... Barry Berry

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Area youth wrestlers wrap up their season at the Swiftel Center

BROOKINGS, Area youth wrestlers capped off their season with a solid showing at the AAU State Wrestling Tournament held at the Swiftel Center over the weekend.
Thirteen of the 19 Brookings wrestlers that qualified for the state tournament finished in the top eight over the
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   Roosevelt, Watertown win Marske Invite

   SDSU rallies to complete sweep of Mastodons

   Blizzard drop last two games of season

   Seniors shine in season-ending loss

   Jacks edge ORU, 4-3, for first league win

   Smith tied for third

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Detention center’s numbers increasing

• Administrator says shifting inmates from prison to jail center may be cause for rise

BROOKINGS, In an end-of-year report, Brookings County Detention Center Administrator Bart Sweebe updated the county commission this week on numbers and trends at the jail in 2014.
The average
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   Volga garage fire under investigation

   Four years in prison for construction site thefts

   Former Volga workers charged with theft

   Drug bust suspects identified

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Author to discuss women, negotiation

BROOKINGS, By neglecting to negotiate starting salary for her first job, a woman may sacrifice more than $500,000 in earnings by the end of her career. Research has revealed, men are four times more likely to ask for higher pay than women with the same ...more

   SDSU/Optimist jazz festival set for Tuesday

   Benz to present senior recital

   Earth Hour Brookings set for Saturday at Jack’s Place

   ‘More Blank Space’ exhibit to open March 30 at State

   They’re natural helpers

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