News Year: 2019

Augustana Starts NCAA DII Softball World Series with a Big Win

DENVER, CO (NCAA.com) – NCAA DII World Series in Denver 6-UC San Diego 3-Augustana  8-0 (5inn) Augustana toppled the Tritons in dominant run-rule fashion yesterday, putting the rest of the squads on notice w/ a big 8-0 win in 5inn.  Ashley Mickschl threw a one-hitter and allowed 1BB w/ 3K.  Both Shannon Petersen & Mary… Read more »

Augustana Starts NCAA DII Softball World Series with a Big Win

DENVER, CO (NCAA.com) – NCAA DII World Series in Denver 6-UC San Diego 3-Augustana  8-0 (5inn) Augustana toppled the Tritons in dominant run-rule fashion yesterday, putting the rest of the squads on notice w/ a big 8-0 win in 5inn.  Ashley Mickschl threw a one-hitter and allowed 1BB w/ 3K.  Both Shannon Petersen & Mary… Read more »

Regional Highlights from Day One of the NAIA Outdoor T&F Championships

GULF SHORES, AL (NAIA.org) – NAIA Outdoor Championships in Gulf Shores, AL (day 1/3) WOMEN’S HIGHLIGHTS DWU – Kamberlyn Lamer finished in the top four of each discipline held as part of the heptathlon yesterday (4th in shot put, T-2nd in HJ, 2nd in 100m hurdles, and 3rd in 200m) to sit in 1st place after day one of the… Read more »

Regional Highlights from Day One of the NAIA Outdoor T&F Championships

GULF SHORES, AL (NAIA.org) – NAIA Outdoor Championships in Gulf Shores, AL (day 1/3) WOMEN’S HIGHLIGHTS DWU – Kamberlyn Lamer finished in the top four of each discipline held as part of the heptathlon yesterday (4th in shot put, T-2nd in HJ, 2nd in 100m hurdles, and 3rd in 200m) to sit in 1st place after day one of the… Read more »

Northern Competes at NCAA DII National Track & Field Championships

KINGSVILLE, TX (NSUWolves.com, NCAA.com) – NCAA DII Outdoor Championships in Kingsville, TX (day 1/3) NSU’s Tanner Berg finished in 19th place in the hammer throw.  Berg finished w/ a mark of 55.88m on his 1st throw before faulting on his 2nd & 3rd attempts.  The sophomore came into the day ranked 13th w/ a high mark & school-record of 61.60… Read more »

Northern Competes at NCAA DII National Track & Field Championships

KINGSVILLE, TX (NSUWolves.com, NCAA.com) – NCAA DII Outdoor Championships in Kingsville, TX (day 1/3) NSU’s Tanner Berg finished in 19th place in the hammer throw.  Berg finished w/ a mark of 55.88m on his 1st throw before faulting on his 2nd & 3rd attempts.  The sophomore came into the day ranked 13th w/ a high mark & school-record of 61.60… Read more »

Thursday High School Sports Scoreboard for 05/23/19

Golf ESD Championships in Huron w/ AC 1st – Yankton, 336 2nd – Ab Central, 343 3rd – H’burg, 352 Individual Highlights… 1st – Peyton Tramp, YT (77) 2nd – Reese Jansa, H (80) T-3rd – Brooklyn Hofer, AC (82) 6th – Cassidy Gough, AC (84) T-7th – Danielle Podoll, AC (85) T-20th – Jaida Sanderson, AC (92)   Region 1A in Sisseton (top… Read more »

Thursday High School Sports Scoreboard for 05/23/19

Golf ESD Championships in Huron w/ AC 1st – Yankton, 336 2nd – Ab Central, 343 3rd – H’burg, 352 Individual Highlights… 1st – Peyton Tramp, YT (77) 2nd – Reese Jansa, H (80) T-3rd – Brooklyn Hofer, AC (82) 6th – Cassidy Gough, AC (84) T-7th – Danielle Podoll, AC (85) T-20th – Jaida Sanderson, AC (92)   Region 1A in Sisseton (top… Read more »

Dempsey’s now open for business

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Danger von Dempsey’s Pizza and Brewhaus has opened for business in Aberdeen. It took a while for the business (located right next to The Zoo on S. Main St.) to open, but patrons flocked in when the doors opened on Wednesday and things have gone well, according to Owner Sean Dempsey.… Read more »

Dempsey’s now open for business

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Danger von Dempsey’s Pizza and Brewhaus has opened for business in Aberdeen. It took a while for the business (located right next to The Zoo on S. Main St.) to open, but patrons flocked in when the doors opened on Wednesday and things have gone well, according to Owner Sean Dempsey.… Read more »

Committee looking at special education issues

AVON, S.D. (WNAX) – More members have been added to the Special Education Summer study committee, including Avon Superintendent Tom Culver. He says schools need help providing the best education to those students. Culver says school districts have little control over the costs of special education. Culver says they are now relying on the state… Read more »

Committee looking at special education issues

AVON, S.D. (WNAX) – More members have been added to the Special Education Summer study committee, including Avon Superintendent Tom Culver. He says schools need help providing the best education to those students. Culver says school districts have little control over the costs of special education. Culver says they are now relying on the state… Read more »

Ethanol and renewable fuels benefit climate change

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (WNAX) – The Senate Ag Committee held a hearing this week focused on climate change. American Coalition for Ethanol CEO Brian Jennings (of Sioux Falls) shared a white paper with the panel on ethanol and renewable fuels benefiting climate change. He says Congress has an opportunity to give farmers an incentive to… Read more »

Ethanol and renewable fuels benefit climate change

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (WNAX) – The Senate Ag Committee held a hearing this week focused on climate change. American Coalition for Ethanol CEO Brian Jennings (of Sioux Falls) shared a white paper with the panel on ethanol and renewable fuels benefiting climate change. He says Congress has an opportunity to give farmers an incentive to… Read more »

Joint Appropriations Committee critical of process to change University Center

VERMILLION, S.D. (WNAX) – Legislators questioned officials from the University of South Dakota about a plan to change the University Center in Sioux Falls into a community college. Most members of the Joint Appropriations Committee were critical about the process used to make the change and the lack of information. USD President Sheila Gestring says… Read more »

Joint Appropriations Committee critical of process to change University Center

VERMILLION, S.D. (WNAX) – Legislators questioned officials from the University of South Dakota about a plan to change the University Center in Sioux Falls into a community college. Most members of the Joint Appropriations Committee were critical about the process used to make the change and the lack of information. USD President Sheila Gestring says… Read more »

Senate approves legislation to curtail robo-calls

WASHINGTON, S.D. (KCCR) – The U.S. Senate approved legislation Thursday aimed to clamp down on so-called robo-calls. The calls are initiated by scammers an d criminals who are looking to defraud those who receive the calls. South Dakota Senator John Thune co-sponsored the bi-partisan measure with Democratic colleague Senator Ed Markley of Massachusetts. Thune says… Read more »

Senate approves legislation to curtail robo-calls

WASHINGTON, S.D. (KCCR) – The U.S. Senate approved legislation Thursday aimed to clamp down on so-called robo-calls. The calls are initiated by scammers an d criminals who are looking to defraud those who receive the calls. South Dakota Senator John Thune co-sponsored the bi-partisan measure with Democratic colleague Senator Ed Markley of Massachusetts. Thune says… Read more »

Pennington County Commissioners approve Keystone XL pipeline haul road agreement

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA News) – Pennington County Commissioners this week approved a Keystone XL pipeline haul road agreement between TC Energy, formerly known as TransCanada, and Pennington County. This item has been before the commission previously, as specifics to the agreement were being worked out. Highway Superintendent Joe Miller explained the negotiations were between… Read more »

Pennington County Commissioners approve Keystone XL pipeline haul road agreement

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA News) – Pennington County Commissioners this week approved a Keystone XL pipeline haul road agreement between TC Energy, formerly known as TransCanada, and Pennington County. This item has been before the commission previously, as specifics to the agreement were being worked out. Highway Superintendent Joe Miller explained the negotiations were between… Read more »