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Cooking up history Modified: Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 2016
BROOKINGS, A trio of Brookings women believe that food has played a big role in the culture and history of South Dakota.
So they're pursuing that belief down three separate paths that all converge in preserving the cookbooks and recipes, both digitally and in print, that will document that culture and history.
The cookbooks in most instances were produced

Blood drive to be held in honor of teacher Posted: Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 2016
BROOKINGS, A Nov. 30 American Red Cross blood drive provides an opportunity for the community to show their support for Jennifer Moser, an art teacher at Medary and Hillcrest Elementary schools, and help save the lives of others in need of blood transfusions.
The drive is planned from noon to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, at Brookings United Church of

Officials look into slur on dorm door Posted: Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 2016
BROOKINGS, A homophobic slur written on a student's dorm room door at South Dakota State University is being investigated by university officials, according to Doug Wermedal, associate vice president of student affairs.
Tanner Johnson, 20, came back from class to find the explicit message written on the whiteboard hanging on his Hansen Hall dorm room door the day after the

Daugaard favors repeal of new ethics law Modified: Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 2016
PIERRE (AP), Gov. Dennis Daugaard says he supports repeal or major changes to a government ethics overhaul just approved by voters this month, criticizing the campaign for the ballot measure as deceptive.
Daugaard told The Associated Press that he doesn't plan to include millions of dollars of funding in his December budget proposal for a public campaign finance system established

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Growing GracePoint Posted: Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 2016
BROOKINGS, There's a lot to be thankful for at GracePoint Wesleyan Church, including its numbers.
With years of steady growth, church members are looking to expand their building in a new addition to be added onto its south side, to the side of its foyer.
Estimated costs put the project at $3 million, and through donations and pledges, GracePoint has

Bathroom plan may be headed to voters Posted: Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 2016
PIERRE (AP), A ballot measure that would require transgender students to use bathrooms corresponding with their sex at birth may go before voters in 2018, Attorney General Marty Jackley said Tuesday.
Jackley announced that he has filed an explanation of the measure with the secretary of state's office. If supporters gather 13,871 signatures from registered voters by November 2017, it

Council OKs beer, wine licenses for theater Posted: Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 2016
BROOKINGS, The Brookings City Council approved two alcohol licenses for Cinema 8, one malt and one wine, on Tuesday, and owner Dick Peterson explained the transformation that his theater complex has undergone.
Peterson referred to an artist's drawing of a special new room.
"(It's) what we're naming The Screening Room lounge," Peterson said.

Tyson donates $150K for livestock judging Posted: Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 2016
BROOKINGS, Tyson Fresh Meats is donating $150,000 to the South Dakota State University Kohler-Gee Livestock Judging Team Endowment, Tyson Foods Inc. and the university's Animal Science Department recently announced.
"We're proud to support South Dakota State University and the young men and women who are the future leaders of agriculture," said Steve Stouffer, president of Tyson Fresh Meats. "Communication

Watching the water Posted: Tuesday, Nov 22nd, 2016
BROOKINGS, Examining how land-use changes may affect water quality and fisheries resources in lakes and streams will help natural resource agencies manage wildlife populations, according to Steven Chipps, leader of the U.S. Geological Survey, South Dakota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at South Dakota State University.
The fisheries biologist and Muthiah Muruganandam, a Fulbright scholar from the Indian

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