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twins

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.

southdakotastate

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.

nebraska

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.

mountmarty

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.

track

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) .

cows2

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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Rustling Laws Considered

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Getting caught stealing a horse was a serious crime in the old west.

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Dyed Fuel Tax Discussed

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The Iowa D-O-T estimates the state could collect about 40-million dollars a year from farmers and construction companies if the tax exemption for so-called "red dye" fuel was lifted -- and a few lawmakers are questioning why that tax advantage is being maintained.

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Cold Weather Delays Cranes

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Every year the Sandhill Cranes make a stop in central Nebraska on their migration north.

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Homeland funding appears on track minus immigration add-ons

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Legislation to fund the Department of Homeland Security is headed back to the House.

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Iran calls Obama’s 10-year nuclear demand ‘unacceptable’

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The aim of the negotiations is to persuade Iran to restrain its nuclear program in exchange for relief from sanctions that have crippled its economy.