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Viking Receiver Sidelined

The Vikings have placed wide receiver Greg Childs on the physically unable to perform list.

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Royals Add Depth

The Royals have added a potential power bat for their bench.

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Stanzi Picked Up By Jags

Former Iowa quarterback Ricky Stanzi has a new NFL home.

Jacks, Coyotes Rated High

South Dakota State and South Dakota are both top 15 ranked men’s cross country teams in the Midwest Region.

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Twins Host Royals

The Twins return home to open a three-game series with the Kansas City Royals tonight at Target Field.

Update On Williams

The Vikings are receiving some good news regarding defensive tackle Kevin Williams.

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Vikings Roster Shakeup

Vikings fullback Jerome Felton is being suspended three games without pay for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

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Chiefs Tight End Hurt

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is confirming that tight end Tony Moeaki has a fractured shoulder.

Vikings Lose At Frisco

Christian Ponder threw for 116 yards, two touchdowns and an interception as the Vikings fell to the 49ers 34-14 in San Francisco.

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Twins Stumble In Cleveland

Drew Stubbs lifted a solo homer and walked three times as the Indians dropped the Twins 3-1 at Progressive Field.

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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.