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Coyote Cross Country Sets Schedule

Two home meets and an early look at the Midwest Regional course in Ames, Iowa, highlight the 2013 South Dakota cross country schedule.

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Weaver Tough On Twins

Jered Weaver continues to dominate the Twins.

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Twins For Twins Star

If there is something Joe Mauer knows well, it’s twins.

Vikings Open Camp

The Vikings report for their 48th training camp at Minnesota State University in Mankato today.

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Hawkeyes Add Administrator

The University of Iowa has hired a Northern Illinois University administrator to oversee academic services for athletes.

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The Twins were missing their best player, but his replacement was Tuesday’s hero.

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Mauer Returns Home

Joe Mauer left the Twins to see his twins.

Vikings Happy In Mankato

The Minnesota Vikings have agreed on a three-year contract with Minnesota State University to continue their training camp on the Mankato campus through 2015.

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Former Creighton Coach Dies

Former Creighton basketball coach John “Red” McManus is dead at the age of 88.

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Cundiff Finds New Job

Former Drake kicker Billy Cundiff has a new NFL job.

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Land Assessment Task Force Meets

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The Agricultural Land Assessment Oversight Advisory Task Force, set up by the South Dakota Legislature met yesterday (Tuesday) in Pierre.

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Iowa Rates High In Kids’ Survey

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Iowa moved up four spots in the annual "Kids Count" survey, to third in the country this year.

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TV In Background Bad For Children

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Researchers at the University of Iowa are encouraging parents to turn off the television if their children are in the room and not watching the TV as well.

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Johanns Co-Sponsor Of Immigration Bill

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Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns co-sponsored a bill that would tweak the 2008 law on illegal immigrant children, create a swifter immigration process for children, and add 40 immigration judges.

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University Partnership With Software Company Working

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University of South Dakota computer science students continue to benefit from a partnership with Eagle Creek Software in Vermillion.