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Husker QB OK

Taylor Martinez won’t miss any action.

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Iowa Teams Seek Rebound

Iowa is looking to bounce back from a season-opening loss to Northern Illinois

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Newcomers Help Twins

Two new additions to the roster helped the Twins to a Sunday win.

Vikings Add Tackle

The Vikings claimed offensive tackle J’Marcus Webb off waivers from the Chicago Bears on Sunday.

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Coyote Kicker Honored

A USD newcomer has earned a MVFC honor in his first game.

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Jacks Romp In Opener

South Dakota State scored on its second play of the game en route to a win in its season opener.

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Huskers Win, Cyclones, Hawkeyes Lose

Nebraska won despite a scare while Iowa State and Iowa fell in their opening games.

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Jacks Open Football Season

The South Dakota State University football team kicks off the 2013 season Saturday night by hosting Butler (Ind.) in non-conference action.

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USD Women Set Schedule

A challenging schedule has been released for the USD women’s baketball team this season.

Vikings Earn Victory

Score one for the Vikings. Blair Walsh nailed a go-ahead 25-yard field goal with 1:38 to go as the Vikings…

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State Autism Report Shows Holes in Coverage Options

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A report of South Dakota's treatments, coverage, and providers for children with autism shows that there could be more options.

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South Dakota Highway Patrol Stepping Up for Holiday

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More troopers will be on the roads this holiday weekend.

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Farm Credit Helping Producers Make Sense of Farm Bill

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A meeting will be held for ag producers to learn about the changes that are required within the new Farm Bill.

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South Dakota Students Donate 30,000 Pounds of Food

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Through their fall service project, schools across the state donated over 30,000 pounds of food just in time for the holidays.

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Holiday Fire Hazards To Watch Out For

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Christmas trees, candles, and more cooking means there will be a lot of heat, electricity, and fire potential in homes this season.