Thursday, August 15, 201308/15/2013

Timberwolves Keep Big Man

In Sports

The Minnesota Timberwolves have agreed to terms on a five-year deal with restricted free agent center Nikola Pekovic.

Thursday, August 15, 201308/15/2013

Hawkeyes, Cyclones Draw Crowds

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The NCAA released official figures for attendance of men’s basketball games last season

Wednesday, August 14, 201308/14/2013

Jacks Get Top Six Rating

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The Jackrabbits continue to get national attention.


Wednesday, August 14, 201308/14/2013

Students Return To USD

In News

Students will be coming back to the University of South Dakota campus in Vermillion next week to start the fall term.


Wednesday, August 14, 201308/14/2013

Eagle Creek Software Breaks Ground

In News

The official groundbreaking for Eagle Creek Software Services was held Tuesday in Vermillion.


Wednesday, August 14, 201308/14/2013

Democrats Seek Candidates

In News

While South Dakota democrats have a Senate candidate in Rick Weiland, they have yet to find anyone to run for Governor or the US House.

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Wednesday, August 14, 201308/14/2013

Back To School For Some Area Districts

In News

School is starting today for many districts in north east Nebraska.

Wednesday, August 14, 201308/14/2013

NPPC Wants Trucking Exemption Rule Fixed

In Agriculture

Livestock producers want an exemption for truck drivers carrying pigs and other animals from federal rules requiring rest breaks every…


Wednesday, August 14, 201308/14/2013

Farm Bureau President Pleased TPP Talks Moving Along

In Agriculture

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman says the Trans Pacific Partnership talks are in their final stages and they’re approaching the…


Wednesday, August 14, 201308/14/2013

Former SD Lawmaker Meets With HSUS On Horse Slaughter

In Agriculture

Former South Dakota legislator Frank Kloucek of Scotland and Watertown livestock producer Bob Mack met recently with HSUS President Wayne…

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