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Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

Twins Sweep Brewers

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The Twins used four home runs Thursday to down the Brewers, 8-6, at Target Field.

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Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

Jacks Face Tourney Test

In Sports

The South Dakota State University baseball team will make its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament at the Division I level.

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Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

Tough Start for the Huskers

In Sports

The Nebraska softball team is off to a heartbreaking start in the Women’s College World Series.

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Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

Hegge Joins Mount Marty Program

In Sports

Mount Marty College has announced the commitment of Crofton High School’s Ben Hegge to attend Mount Marty College.

Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

Brett Teaching Royals Hitters

In Sports

George Brett is now the Royals interim hitting coach.

iowastate

Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

Cyclones Get Transfer

In Sports

Former Marshall guard DeAndre Kane is heading to Iowa State.

Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

Legends List Has Change

In Sports

Two-time NFL pro-bowler and Super Bowl champion Joe Theismann and Olympic triathlete Hunter Kemper have been added to the Hy-Vee/Sanford Legends list of celebrity athletes for 2013.

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Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

Augie Tracksters Earn Honors

In Sports

Augustana’s Travis Beniak, Henrik Holmberg, Aaron Jung, and Runa Falch earned All-America honors from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) .

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Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

South Dakota Cattle President Pleased With BSE Upgrade

In Agriculture

The World Organization for Animal Health has voted to upgrade the U.S. risk classification for BSE to negligible risk status.

soybeans

Friday, May 31, 201305/31/2013

ISU Pathologist Says SDS Threat With Saturated Soils

In Agriculture

The cool and rainy spring has put many soybean growers on the alert for Sudden Death Syndrome.

Recent Headlines

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State Prison Inmate Back In Custody

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A minimum-security state prison inmate who failed to return to the minimum-security unit on the grounds of the South Dakota State Penitentiary on July 17th is back in custody.

in Agriculture

Trans Pacific Partnership Talks Continue

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Further Trans Pacific Partnership discussions got underway in Hawaii this week.

in Agriculture

Waters of the U.S. Rule Meets More Opposition

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Senate Environment and Public Works Chairman Jim Inhofe says internal memos submitted by the Army Corps of Engineers to his panel undermines the Clean Water rule.

in Agriculture

Agriculture Exports to Cuba Could Benefit from New Credit Legislation

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Senate Appropriators have approved legislative provisions that could ease credit restrictions on U.S. exports to Cuba.

in Agriculture

States Combine to Discuss Pipeline Project Concerns

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A group of 14 organizations from South and North Dakota, Iowa and Illinois met recently to outline concerns about the Dakota Access Pipeline planned to cross their states.