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Denver Tops Summit Seeds

Denver claims the top seed for the upcoming Summit League Women’s Soccer Championship after registering a perfect 7-0-0 league record.

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GPAC Soccer Pairings Set

Pairings are set for the GPAC men’s and women’s soccer tournaments.

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SDSU Outduels USD In Summit CC

South Dakota State earned a title and a second place finish at the Summit Cross Country Championships.

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Vikings Prepare For Cowboys

Vikings cornerback Chris Cook and safety Jamarca Sanford did not practice for the second straight day.

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Coyotes Return Home

It is back to the friendly confines for the University of South Dakota football team

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South Dakota Big Schools Compete

Playoff action for South Dakota high school football teams in Class 11AAA and 11AA took place Thursday.

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Nebraska Playoffs Begin

Nebraska opened its high school football playoffs Thursday with action in four classes.

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Love Leads T-Wolves To Opening Win

Kevin Love is back and it’s a win for the Timberwolves.

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Iowa Begins Playoffs

Round one of Iowa high school football playoffs began Wednesday night in all classes.

Frazier Still Deciding

The Minnesota Vikings might switch starting quarterbacks again this week

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Search On For Workers

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The main mission of Yankton Area Progressive Growth over the years was to recruit new businesses to move and bring jobs to the area.

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Yankton County Treasurer Resigns

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Long time Yankton County Treasurer Pam Marchand will be stepping down.

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Flooding Risk Low

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With dry conditions holding over from last fall, and very little snow pack, the flood outlook for eastern South Dakota is very low.

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February Cold and Snowy in Iowa

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Iowa State Climatologist Harry Hillaker says February will goes into the record books in the top ten in both cold and snow.

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Improvements Expected In Iowa Economy

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Most of the CEOs of Iowa's largest companies are expecting improved sales and steady or slightly higher employment levels over the next six months.