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GPAC Rewards Best

Weekly awards for volleyball and soccer were announced by the Great Plains Athletic Conference Tuesday.

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Twins Prospect Hurt

The Minnesota Twins' top pick in the 2011 draft has dislocated a finger while diving for a ball in the Arizona Fall League.

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MVFC Continues Reign

Six Missouri Valley Football Conference teams remain in the FCS football coaches poll top 25 which is headed by North Dakota State.

Coyotes Add FBS Foe

.University of South Dakota’s football team will travel to The Golden State to take on the Golden Bears of University of California, Berkeley on Sept. 3, 2016 in what will be the season opener for both teams.

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GPAC Tabs Weekly Best

The Great Plains Athletic Conference has named its football Players of the Week, including a pair of Morningside gridders.

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Husker Star Honored

Nebraska's Heisman Trophy candidate Ameer Abdullah is this week's Player of the Week on offense in the Big Ten Conference.

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Timberwolves Drop Barea

The Minnesota Timberwolves have reached a buyout agreement with veteran guard J.J. Barea to get down to the roster limit of 15 players.

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State Autism Report Shows Holes in Coverage Options

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A report of South Dakota's treatments, coverage, and providers for children with autism shows that there could be more options.

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South Dakota Highway Patrol Stepping Up for Holiday

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More troopers will be on the roads this holiday weekend.

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Farm Credit Helping Producers Make Sense of Farm Bill

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A meeting will be held for ag producers to learn about the changes that are required within the new Farm Bill.

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South Dakota Students Donate 30,000 Pounds of Food

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Through their fall service project, schools across the state donated over 30,000 pounds of food just in time for the holidays.

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Holiday Fire Hazards To Watch Out For

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Christmas trees, candles, and more cooking means there will be a lot of heat, electricity, and fire potential in homes this season.