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2014/04/24 05:12
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NEW ULM - Franklin "Frank" Stuckey, 79, of New Ulm, died Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at the New Ulm Medical Center in New Ulm. Funeral service will be 11 a.m., Friday, April 25, at Our Savior's Lutheran...
2014/04/24 05:12
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2014/04/24 05:08
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MINNEOTA - More than 150 high school students had the opportunity to participate in the unique process of aluminum pouring and other various art forms while attending the 3rd Annual Yellow Medicine...
2014/04/23 20:24
2014/04/23 20:24
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One of Fort Frances’ most accomplished swimmers is changing zip codes for the upcoming collegiate season. Aquanauts’ head coach Dawnn Taylor confirmed Monday that her son, Donovan, will attend South...
2014/04/23 19:43
2014/04/23 19:43
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BROOKINGS � South Dakota State University will plant a hybrid spire-type oak tree at 10 a.m. April 30 in Arbor Day Park to celebrate Arbor Day. The park is located between the SDSU Rodeo Grounds and...
2014/04/23 19:43
2014/04/23 19:43
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Nielsen will deliver a public lecture �The Changing Roles of Modern Agriculture � A need for a new �Green Revolution,�� April 29 in the South Dakota Art Museum, Room 102, on the South Dakota State...
2014/04/23 01:40
2014/04/23 01:40
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The future of Montana ranching is being discussed at a conference in Bozeman this week. A major topic of discussion will be the blizzard that swept through South Dakota in the beginning of October...
2014/04/22 19:42
2014/04/22 19:42
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The long-time faculty member in the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering at South Dakota State University will soon be the head of its Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Wehbe was...
2014/04/22 19:42
2014/04/22 19:42
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BROOKINGS � A family history of military service, a desire to serve his country and refusing to give up when he was told �no� the first time he applied. Those are just a few of the reasons why a...
2014/04/22 19:17
2014/04/22 19:17
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Building Stronger Bridges Structures lab fulfills private, public needs Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — It all comes down to bridging a gap. The J. Lohr Structures Laboratory...
2014/04/21 17:43
2014/04/21 17:43
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Dr. Grant Anderson, a graduate of Sioux Valley High School and South Dakota State University, said, �I�ve always kind of considered Brookings my home.� Anderson recently opened Anderson Chiropractic...
2014/04/18 17:43
2014/04/18 17:43
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BROOKINGS � The South Dakota State University Department of Communication Studies and Theatre will hold its first-ever career day April 23 at the Performing Arts Center on the SDSU campus. The...
2014/04/18 17:42
2014/04/18 17:42
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BROOKINGS � South Dakota State University has named Don Challis the university�s assistant vice president for safety and security. Challis will oversee and coordinate the efforts of University Police...
2014/04/18 17:42
2014/04/18 17:42
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BROOKINGS � Site work for Brookings� newest hotel could begin as early as next week, co-owner Dennis Bielfeldt announced today. The construction of the upscale, 100-unit Comfort Suites hotel also...
2014/04/17 12:24
2014/04/17 12:24
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BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) - South Dakota State University will host its fourth annual purebred Hampshire sheep sale on Saturday, May 3. The SDSU Hampshire sheep flock was established in 1898. Twenty-five...
2014/04/17 02:43
2014/04/17 02:43
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The snow was piled waist-deep outside the Southern Manitoba Convention Centre as more than 400 farmers gathered to consider the once-unthinkable: growing corn on the Canadian prairie. At one end of...
2014/04/16 13:39
2014/04/16 13:39
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Scientists studying changes in the Earth's surface rely on 40 years of Landsat satellite imaging, but South Dakota ranchers making decisions about grazing their livestock can benefit from 70 years of...
2014/04/16 11:08
2014/04/16 11:08
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Dealing with malaria is a fact of life for more than 91 million Ethiopians. Each year four to five million contract malaria, one of the biggest health problems in this poor country. "I was sick twice...
2014/04/16 03:38
2014/04/16 03:38
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Farm Service Agency offices began accepting applications Tuesday to compensate livestock producers hit by the early October blizzard and previous drought. FSA officials also joined with South Dakota...
2014/04/15 21:43
2014/04/15 21:43
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BROOOKINGS � Two Midwest historians with academic roots at South Dakota State University will be back on campus April 16 to discuss and sign their most recent books. Retired SDSU history professor...
2014/04/15 13:41
2014/04/15 13:41
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BROOKINGS -- A South Dakota State University adjunct economics professor says cattle feeding margins moved back into the black in the first quarter of 2014 after nearly three years of deep...
2014/04/24 05:12
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