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Brookings’ big wheels have a new home

BROOKINGS, City officials helped dedicate the new Brookings Street Department Maintenance Facility at 125 Seventh Ave. on Wednesday. The $4.1 million facility has the capacity to house the entire Street Department, including asphalt maintenance, traffic safety and mosquito control.
A group of people looked around

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   ‘Shoved into the shadows’

   Schuelke has ‘something to give back’

   Road work starts on Western

   Bountiful soybean harvest

   Brookings School District gets its 2015-16 report card

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Former SDSU hurler Bray is moving up the MLB ladder

BROOKINGS, SDSU's most decorated pitcher in school history is fresh off his second year in professional baseball, climbing up the ladder in the minor league system of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Adam Bray, a four-year starter for the Jackrabbits and three-time All-Summit League selection, finished 2016

   Cossacks run past Fliers, 35-14, in 11B first round

   ORR edges DRSM in 9B matchup

   Hawks fly by Eagles, 48-14, in 9A game

   Bobcats drop finale to Golden Eagles

   Jackrabbits close fall with 10th-place finish

   ORR sweeps to earn share of DVC title

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Vandals write names in wet sidewalk

BROOKINGS, Someone vandalized wet concrete, by writing their names in it, according to the Brookings Police.
The damage occurred in a freshly-poured concrete sidewalk in the 200 block of Seventh Street during Wednesday evening or the early Thursday morning, said Lt. Derrick Powers.
"The concrete

   New IRS scam has BPD twists

   Driver hits fence near Bruce

   Back window broken out of SUV

   Blaze destroys mobile home

   Items stolen out of truck

   Two vehicles stolen

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Jobs galore

BROOKINGS, You can tell a lot about a community by perusing the newspaper's classified advertisements.
They're a sign of steady growth and vitality.
Take a good look at the proliferation of classified ads in the Register.
Those several pages of mostly help wanted ads haven't

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   Lessons learned in drugs

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