In search of more playing time, South Dakota State 6-foot-3, 215-pound sophomore guard Taevaunn Prince of Toronto is transferring.
The world’s oldest Olympian will turn 106 Saturday. Walter Walsh competed for Team USA as a pistol shooter in the 1948 Olympics in London.
Minnesota Vikings running back Toby Gerhart is in Woonsocket this morning to visit with students and present the school with a nutrition and physical activity award it won in a NFL and National Dairy Council contest.
The latest significant snowfall on record for South Dakota was on June 18, 1973, when Deerfield in the Black Hills got 8 inches of snow.
Augustana College will hold a field dedication ceremony beginning at 1:15 p.m. Saturday, to celebrate recent renovations made to Ronken Baseball Field. Renovations include new lights, a completed turfed playing surface, new dugouts, backstop and netting surface.
Gayville-Volin got more than 51,000 votes on Facebook to finish third in a State Farm contest that featured more than 3,000 entries to win $25,000 to put toward the school’s new $350,000 all-weather track that the community hopes to build this summer.
With heavy snow sagging the roof at the Rochester (Minn.) Community and Technical College Dome Thursday, the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference postponed the start of the NSIC Softball Tournament until today for safety reasons. The tourney was moved indoors to avoid weather issues.
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