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South Dakota Playoffs Continue

The top three classes of South Dakota high school football teams began their post season play on Thursday, two days after the other four classes had begun playoff games.


Nebraska Playoffs Begin

Two classes of Nebraska high school football teams began playoff action Thursday with the other four classes slated to begin play Friday.


SDSU Wins Exhibitions

South Dakota State scored a pair of exhibition basketball wins Thursday with both the men's and women's teams competing in a Frost Arena doubleheader.


Vikings Rookie Honored

Minnesota Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks has been named the NFL's defensive rookie of the month for October.


Cueto Gem Boosts Royals

Johnny Cueto (KWAY'-toh) gave the type of postseason performance the Kansas City Royals had hoped to receive when they acquired him from Cincinnati at the trade deadline.


Sioux Falls Retains Tourney

Sioux Falls will continue to host the Summit League men's and women's basketball championships through 2022.


Timberwolves Win Opener

Ricky Rubio had a career-high 28 points and 14 assists and the Minnesota Timberwolves rallied from a 16-point deficit in the second half to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 112-111 in the season opener.

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Iowa Playoffs Underway

Round one of the Iowa high school football playoffs got underway Wednesday night.


Gopher Coach Steps Down

Minnesota coach Jerry Kill says he is retiring because of health reasons.


Royals Grab Series Opener

In the longest World Series Game 1 ever, the Kansas City Royals outlasted the New York Mets 5-4 in 14 innings to gain the early edge in the 111th Fall Classic.


Molitor Tabbed Top Manager

First year Twins manager Paul Molitor has been named the Sporting News American League Manager of the Year.

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South Dakota Playoffs Begin

Round one of South Dakota's prep football playoffs began Tuesday with action in four of the seven classes.


Huskers Prep Without Armstrong

Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. has missed his second straight practice, watching from the sideline with a protective boot on his right foot.


Vikings Make Moves

The Minnesota Vikings have placed cornerback Jabari Price on injured reserve and signed linebacker Brandon Watts to the active roster from the practice squad.


Augustana Tops National Poll

Augustana University men's basketball is ranked No. 1 in the National Association of Basketball Coaches' Preseason Poll the national organization announced Tuesday.


Jackrabbit Earns Honor

South Dakota State University senior Olivia Olesiak has been named Summit League Women’s Diver of the Week for her performance in an Oct. 23 dual against Northern Iowa.


Torii To Hang It Up

Minnesota Twins right fielder Torii Hunter has decided to retire.


Target Field Gets Facelift

The Minnesota Twins have planned the most extensive renovation yet for Target Field next year, with an all-inclusive club section behind center field and a pub one level above it.


Vikings Battle Injuries

Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan has undergone a second surgery on his back, putting his return to the field this season in doubt.


GPAC Names Weekly Best

A pair of Dakota Wesleyan players are among the honorees this week in football for the Great Plains Athletic Conference.

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Yankton City Commission Approves Addition to Water Plant Contract

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The Yankton City Commission approved an additional four hundred twenty thousand dollar contract for design updates on the new water treatment plant.

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Insurance Co-op Failures Predictable Under ACA

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Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith says something must be done in wake of the collapse of health care CO-OPs under the Affordable Care Act.