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    BROOKINGS – Do you know a motivated, creative and business-savvy kid? Crazy Days is their chance to show off their talent and ingenuity and maybe even earn a little money. Brookings Economic Development Corporation is hosting a Kid-Preneur Pop-up Mark

  • Lack of moisture impacts farmers

    SIOUX FALLS (AP) – Dry conditions across South Dakota are continuing to impact farmers and ranchers.

  • All pass alcohol check

    BROOKINGS – The Brookings County Sheriff’s Office completed compliance checks on 10 businesses in Brookings County Thursday, and all passed the test, said Assistant Sheriff Scott Sebring.

  • Kansas jury awards $218M to farmers in Syngenta GMO suit

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – A Kansas federal jury awarded nearly $218 million on Friday to farmers who sued Swiss agribusiness giant Syngenta over its introduction of a genetically engineered corn seed variety.

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Bombers Maroon takes two from S.F. West

The Bombers Maroon swept Sioux Falls West 13U Navy, 15-1 and 11-7, in a youth baseball doubleheader Tuesday at Mickelson Field.

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Ringhofer signs with Orioles, makes pro debut

ABERDEEN, Md. – Former South Dakota State catcher Luke Ringhofer recently signed with the Baltimore Orioles organization and made his professional debut Monday night.

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Cubs’ rally comes up short in 5-4 loss to Brewers

SIOUX FALLS – Despite out-hitting the Brewers, the Brookings Cubs came up short in a 5-4 loss on Monday night.

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SDSU Soccer announces season ticket package

For the first time in program history, the three-time defending Summit League Champion Jackrabbit women's soccer team will offer season tickets for the 2017 campaign, with a limited number of packages on sale Monday.

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Masseuse makes it to the Big Leagues

BROOKINGS – Kelli Quist is living the Major League dream with the Minnesota Twins. The 1989 Brookings High School grad is employed full-time as a member of the Minnesota Twins organization, arguably one of the most groundbreaking hires in the recent his

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    Dukes shut out Bullets twice

    The Renner 16U Dukes swept the Bullets in a youth baseball doubleheader Tuesday evening, winning 8-0 and 11-0 (five innings).

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    Strong pitching leads Renner 14U to sweep of Bombers

    RENNER – Renner 14U Black swept the Bombers Black by the scores of 2-0 and 1-0 in a youth baseball doubleheader Tuesday afternoon.

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    Volga rallies to beat Humboldt/Hartford

    HUMBOLDT – Post 114 put up three runs in the sixth inning to rally to a 7-5 win over Humboldt/Hartford in American Legion baseball action on Monday night.

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    SDHSAA announces 2017-18 Distinguished Service Award recipients

    Fourteen distinguished individuals from across the state of South Dakota have been selected to receive the South Dakota High School Activities Association (SDHSAA) Distinguished Service Award for the 2017-18 school year.

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    Cubs crush Vermillion

    VERMILLION – JaColby Anderson went the distance on the mound as Sam McMacken and Kyle Krogman combined for seven hits and five RBIs to lead the Brookings Cubs past Vermillion in amateur baseball action on Sunday.

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    Bandits split two at St. Cloud Tournament

    ST. CLOUD, Minn. – The Brookings Bandits split a pair of games on Saturday at the St. Cloud (Minn.) Tournament – shutting out Tri City, 9-0, before losing 13-6 to St. Michaels to finish tournament play with a 1-3 mark.

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    Bullets go 1-3 at Sioux Falls Tournament

    SIOUX FALLS – The Brookings Bullets posted a 1-2 mark over the weekend in the Sioux Falls Tournament – beating up on Pierre in a 19-9 win on Saturday before falling 6-4 to Brandon Valley and then dropping a 2-1 decision to Renner on Sunday.

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    ’Chutes finish 1-2 at Renner Tournament

    RENNER – After winning their opening game on Friday night in the Renner Tournament, the Brookings 'Chutes dropped both games on Saturday, coming up short in a 6-1 loss to the Sioux Falls Cyclones White before falling, 16-7, to the Cyclones Red.

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