News Year: 2020

Man killed in shootout with Rapid City Police was positive for COVID-19

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Authorities say a Rapid City man who died in a shootout with police last week was positive for COVID-19. South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg said Monday that the Division of Criminal Investigation and the Rapid City Police Department confirmed that 30-year-old Anthony Angel was positive for the disease caused… Read more »

Man killed in shootout with Rapid City Police was positive for COVID-19

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Authorities say a Rapid City man who died in a shootout with police last week was positive for COVID-19. South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg said Monday that the Division of Criminal Investigation and the Rapid City Police Department confirmed that 30-year-old Anthony Angel was positive for the disease caused… Read more »

Local leaders share thoughts on new Malchow’s Plaza

The Aberdeen Development Corp. has announced a $2.5 million plan to create a new plaza area where Malchow’s Home Furnishings previously was on South Main St. Construction is expected to begin later this summer. Courtesy renderings ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Local leaders shared their thoughts on the new Malchow’s Plaza to be located in downtown… Read more »

Local leaders share thoughts on new Malchow’s Plaza

The Aberdeen Development Corp. has announced a $2.5 million plan to create a new plaza area where Malchow’s Home Furnishings previously was on South Main St. Construction is expected to begin later this summer. Courtesy renderings ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Local leaders shared their thoughts on the new Malchow’s Plaza to be located in downtown… Read more »

New city brand unveiled

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – The Aberdeen Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Aberdeen Downtown Association, Aberdeen Development Corporation, and Aberdeen Area Chamber of Commerce unveiled the city’s new brand Monday night at the Aberdeen City Commission meeting. The four organizations have been collaborating with Pinned Workshop of Aberdeen to create the cohesive brand which includes a… Read more »

New city brand unveiled

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – The Aberdeen Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Aberdeen Downtown Association, Aberdeen Development Corporation, and Aberdeen Area Chamber of Commerce unveiled the city’s new brand Monday night at the Aberdeen City Commission meeting. The four organizations have been collaborating with Pinned Workshop of Aberdeen to create the cohesive brand which includes a… Read more »

NAIA Extends Championship Agreements for Seven Host Sites

JimmieAthletics.com – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced it will extend championship agreements for seven of its championship host sites affected this past year by COVID-19. The extensions were announced to assist further the relationship between the NAIA and its host cities. Women’s basketball (Sioux City), women’s wrestling (University of Jamestown), men’s and… Read more »

NAIA Extends Championship Agreements for Seven Host Sites

JimmieAthletics.com – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced it will extend championship agreements for seven of its championship host sites affected this past year by COVID-19. The extensions were announced to assist further the relationship between the NAIA and its host cities. Women’s basketball (Sioux City), women’s wrestling (University of Jamestown), men’s and… Read more »

USF Head Football Coach Appointed to NCAA DII FB Committee

SIOUX FALLS, SD (USFCougars.com) – University of Sioux Falls Head Football Coach Jon Anderson has been appointed to the NCAA DII Football Committee. Anderson, who was appointed by the NCAA in early May, will serve on the committee from Sept. 1, 2020 through August 31, 2024. He becomes one of eight members on the national committee,… Read more »

USF Head Football Coach Appointed to NCAA DII FB Committee

SIOUX FALLS, SD (USFCougars.com) – University of Sioux Falls Head Football Coach Jon Anderson has been appointed to the NCAA DII Football Committee. Anderson, who was appointed by the NCAA in early May, will serve on the committee from Sept. 1, 2020 through August 31, 2024. He becomes one of eight members on the national committee,… Read more »

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NCAA MBB Rules Committee Proposes Minor Changes

NCAA.com – The NCAA Men’s Basketball Rules Committee proposed allowing officials to conduct instant replay reviews in scenarios where they call a possession dead due to a shot-clock violation. If the official sees on video review that the whistle for the shot-clock violation was called in error and the shot was made, the call would be… Read more »

NCAA MBB Rules Committee Proposes Minor Changes

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NCAA.com – The NCAA Men’s Basketball Rules Committee proposed allowing officials to conduct instant replay reviews in scenarios where they call a possession dead due to a shot-clock violation. If the official sees on video review that the whistle for the shot-clock violation was called in error and the shot was made, the call would be… Read more »

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NCAA DII Presidents Council Meeting Today

NCAA.com – The NCAA DII Presidents Council will meet via videoconference today to discuss athletics for the upcoming school year. On Friday, the Division II Management Council voted to recommend the Presidents Council reduce the maximum number of permissible contests for the 2020-21 academic year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Management Council also… Read more »

NCAA DII Presidents Council Meeting Today

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NCAA.com – The NCAA DII Presidents Council will meet via videoconference today to discuss athletics for the upcoming school year. On Friday, the Division II Management Council voted to recommend the Presidents Council reduce the maximum number of permissible contests for the 2020-21 academic year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Management Council also… Read more »

USD Law School classes won’t be as usual this fall

VERMILLION, S.D. (WNAX) – The South Dakota Board of Regents has decided that universities will resume in person classes at the start of the fall term. Among the first to start is the Law School at USD, which normally begins in the first week in August. Law School Dean Neil Fulton says it won’t be… Read more »

USD Law School classes won’t be as usual this fall

VERMILLION, S.D. (WNAX) – The South Dakota Board of Regents has decided that universities will resume in person classes at the start of the fall term. Among the first to start is the Law School at USD, which normally begins in the first week in August. Law School Dean Neil Fulton says it won’t be… Read more »

Brookings getting better idea on number of lost students

BROOKINGS, S.D. (KJJQ) – The Brookings School District is starting to get some idea of the number of students they’ve lost contact with during the pandemic. These are students they’ve had either no contact with or just minimal contact since the district switched to online instruction in April. Brookings School Superintendent Klint Willert asked the… Read more »

Brookings getting better idea on number of lost students

BROOKINGS, S.D. (KJJQ) – The Brookings School District is starting to get some idea of the number of students they’ve lost contact with during the pandemic. These are students they’ve had either no contact with or just minimal contact since the district switched to online instruction in April. Brookings School Superintendent Klint Willert asked the… Read more »

Weather allowing many farmers to work in fields

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – It appears the weather is cooperating for most of the area to allow farmers to get into the fields. Laura Edwards, State Climatologist, said that some of the area is recovering from a recent two-inch rainfall, but it appears that much needed heat is on the way this week. Edwards said… Read more »

Weather allowing many farmers to work in fields

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – It appears the weather is cooperating for most of the area to allow farmers to get into the fields. Laura Edwards, State Climatologist, said that some of the area is recovering from a recent two-inch rainfall, but it appears that much needed heat is on the way this week. Edwards said… Read more »