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Coyote Coach Gets Opportunity

University of South Dakota assistant football coach Marquice Williams has been selected to participate in the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship.

Twins Drop Rubber Game

Torii Hunter hit his 300th career home run to help power the Tigers to a 5-2 win over the Twins at Target Field.

Mauer Leads Voting

Twins catcher Joe Mauer still leads his position in the latest update for American League All-Star voting.

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Underdogs Advance At CWS

A pair of lower seeds scored opening round wins at the College World Series Sunday in Omaha.

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Huskers Land Quarterback

The Nebraska Cornhuskers is the home of a top-flight quarterback from Florida.

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Nagy Adds SDSU Assistant

South Dakota State University men’s basketball head coach Scott Nagy announced the hiring Thursday of Joe Krabbenhoft as an assistant coach.

A Failure To Sweep

The Twins missed a chance to take three in a row from Philadelphia.

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Twins Ink Picks

The Twins signed two of their draft picks on Thursday.

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Omaha Welcomes CWS

The College World Series begins tomorrow afternoon at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.

Vikings Wrap Up OTA

The Vikings held the 10th and final organized team activity practice yesterday at Winter Park.

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Northwestern Energy Requesting Rate Hike

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A request has been made with the Public Utilities Commission for a rate hike for Northwestern Energy customers.

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Nebraska Students Experience Taiwanese Agriculture

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Three Nebraska high school seniors spent last week in Taiwan, touring farms, research facilities, and learning the local culture.

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Cold January Expected

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NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center has released the January weather outlook.

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Johnson Closes South Dakota Offices

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It is another good bye, as the state offices of South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson will officially close today.

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Rounds To Wait And See On Cuba Deal

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South Dakota Senator-elect Mike Rounds says he will wait and see how relations change between the United States and Cuba.