Jessica Brovold joined thousands of runners from around the world in the 2015 Boston Marathon. But while most were focused on their pace, her motivation came from something more personal.
16-month-old German Shepard joins Mitchell PD
There’s a new nose for crime at the Mitchell Police Department, as a new officer is added to the ranks.
Sophomore Shortstop Stepping Up For Viking Softball
Augustana’s Sarah Kennedy is our latest Karl’s TV & Appliance Athlete of the Week.
Herd Face Decisive 5th Game In Sioux City Tomorrow
Though they failed to close out Sioux City on home ice in game four, the Stampede aren’t lacking for confidence heading into game five.
Star Coyote Forward Will Play In 2015-16
The NCAA has granted USD’s waiver request and reinstated Nicole Seekamp’s fourth year of eligibility.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the bird flu virus has been found at a farm holding nearly 10 percent of Iowa’s egg-laying chickens.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada has helped a former U.S. Senate colleague become a Mormon. Reid, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, gave a blessing to Larry Pressler of South Dakota on Sunday morning to confirm him as a member of the faith.
The nation’s largest trucking industry group wants the government to get moving on a rule requiring speed-limiters on big rigs.
Moose researchers in Minnesota are set to try again to put tracking collars on newborn calves as they look to find out why the animals are in decline in the state.
Augustana women’s golf freshman Kali Trautman was named Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Women’s Golfer of the Week in a release by the league on Monday.
Maher to make $220,000 in 2015-16
The Sioux Falls School District has released the contract details for incoming superintendent Brian Maher. He will make $220,000 for the 2015-16 school year.
Rocky Burkett was formally introduced as the sixth wrestling head coach in Northern State University history at a press conference Monday, April 20th, in the Royal Order of the Gyps Team Room in the Barnett Center.
The South Dakota congressional delegation says Ellsworth Air Force Base is joining a new command, which U.S. Sen. John Thune says solidifies its status as a “premiere” Air Force site.
The Sioux Falls Canaries are pleased to announce that outfielder Steve Tinoco will return to Sioux Falls for the 2015 season.
University of Sioux Falls head football coach Jed Stugart has announced that highly successful coach Brian Hermanson will join the Cougars’ defensive staff. With the USF football program, Hermanson will coach defensive backs alongside coach Eric Inama.
Cincinnati Reds Draftee Layne Somsen And USF Asst. Coach Derek Fischer To Lead Cougars Pitching Staff In 2015-16
Cincinnati Reds draftee Layne Somsen will serve as co-pitching coordinator with current assistant coach Derek Fischer for the University of Sioux Falls Baseball Team in 2015-16, according to an announcement today by USF head baseball coach Matt Guiliano.
South Dakota State catcher Reid Clary was named The Summit League Baseball Player of the Week while teammate Adam Bray was selected as the league’s Pitcher of the Week for their performances April 13-19.
Christy Warnock earns her first career Summit League Player of the Week award after guiding South Dakota to a 2-1 week.
Rick Weber, CAA, Athletic Director at Flandreau Public Schools, was presented the 2015 State Award of Merit by the South Dakota Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (SDIAAA).
Attorney General Marty Jackley, Perkins County States Attorney Shane Penfield and Perkins County Sheriff Kelly Serr announced today that Brady James Hooker, 22, Lemmon, was arrested on April 18, 2015 on one count of 1st degree manslaughter, class C felony, penalty up to life imprisonment in the state penitentiary and/or $50,000 fine.