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Northern Colorado softball loses final games at Shocker Invitational

The Tribune Greeley 22 Mar 2023
Game 1 ... It lost to South Dakota State (17-13), 11-2, due to struggling bats and fielding errors ... Even when it got walks, UNC never capitalized on the opportunities. South Dakota State’s offense, however, successfully found a rhythm and scored in 5-of-7 innings. Additionally, it scored multiple runs in four frames ... Notable stats of the game ... UNC batting.

Disrupting the snack industry

Food Business News 21 Mar 2023
Weathering the storm as a snack startup means overcoming waves of capital constraints, distribution challenges, tricky co-manufacturing relationships and much more ... capital ... Pick a co-manufacturer too small, however, and they won’t have the capital and resources to grow with you ... South Dakota sets its sights on disrupting the dairy industry.

No shortage of fun at Oahe Downstream

The Capital Journal 19 Mar 2023
With the construction of Oahe, one of the largest constructed reservoirs in the United States, measuring 231 miles, connecting the capital cities of South and North Dakota, came the establishment of Oahe Downstream — one of South Dakota’s 63 state parks and recreation areas ... Richter, District Park Supervisor, South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks, said.

Down by the Old Missouri

The Capital Journal 19 Mar 2023
Stop by a newspaper vending machine on Friday morning and you’ll be able to get a copy of Friday’s Capital Journal ...Down by the Old Missouri” continues the newspaper’s tradition of providing historical accounts of the central South Dakota area from past issues of the Capital Journal.

Moving Right Along

Yankton Daily Press 16 Mar 2023
Next, the board approved a resolution authorizing the issuance of $25.5 million — the face value of the debt — in capital outlay certificates, and then approved a State Aid Pledge Agreement with the South Dakota Health and Educational Facilities Authority to ensure the best possible interest rates.

Affordable and experiential: Regional tourism departments share what they’re expecting in 2023

Grand Forks Herald 15 Mar 2023
Visitors returned to South Dakota in 2021, as the state became the first in the nation to reach pre-pandemic levels of travel, according to the U.S ... The South Dakota Department of Tourism is aiming to capitalize on the growth in the sector by teaming up with South Dakota State University Extension to help rural property owners get into the sector.

Rushmore Thunder drop 3rd-place game at state tournament

Rapid City Journal 13 Mar 2023
The Rushmore Thunder nearly overcame a three-goal deficit Sunday but couldn't find an equalizing goal, and the Oahe Capitals ran away with a 6-3 victory in the third-place game of the South Dakota Amateur Hockey Association boys varsity state tournament at Larson Ice Center in Brookings.

Steve Steele: The coach behind a Pierre football dynasty

The Capital Journal 09 Mar 2023
Steve Steele has quickly become a staple name in central South Dakota and throughout the rest of the state ... To find that answer, we need to rewind back to the beginning of Steele’s journey to South Dakota’s capital city ... Steele’s team overcame two 14-point deficits to give their head coach his first taste as king of South Dakota high school football.

Best rural counties for retirees in America

Purcell Register 08 Mar 2023
Historic Little River County, Arkansas, is less than three hours from the state capital, Little Rock ... Covington County is located in south-central Alabama in the Gulf Coastal Plain region ... Hutchinson County, South Dakota ... Hutchinson County in southern South Dakota is a sparsely populated rural community appreciated for its low cost of living.

Thunder girls win consolation championship at state tournament

Rapid City Journal 07 Mar 2023
The Rushmore Thunder boys junior varsity hockey team poses with the championship trophy after beating the Oahe Capitals in the South Dakota Amateur Hockey Association boys junior varsity state tournament Sunday in Fort Pierre.

Gov. Kristi Noem boosts grocery tax, criticizes GOP lawmakers following whirlwind tax day in SD

The Daily Republic 07 Mar 2023
The governor was capitalizing on surprise momentum from an 18-17 vote in the South Dakota Senate just a half-hour earlier in favor of the grocery tax cut despite leadership in the chamber speaking against it ... Jason Harward is a Report for America corps reporter who writes about state politics in South Dakota.

Former Gov continuing to overcome hearing disability on gridiron

The Capital Journal 07 Mar 2023
For Kyle, it’s been quite a journey to the nation’s capital, and it starts in the heart of central South Dakota ... Austin Nicholson / Capital Journal ... Nation's capital ... “I didn’t get a whole lot of people talking to me, and then (Dakota State University) talked to me.

Midlothian Heritage’s Brown Among Top TSWA Honors

Focus Daily News 06 Mar 2023
And he’ll continue to capitalize on that love as he has signed a letter of intent to play for South Dakota State next season ... We can’t wait to see his success at the next level at South Dakota State University.” Area Well Represented ... Also in 5A, Dallas South Oak ...

Hulne: Past grads raised the expectations for Grand Meadow girls basketball

Marietta Daily Journal 06 Mar 2023
Mar. 6—Sometimes it's not about what you finish; it's about what you start. When I was early in my journalism career, I found myself covering the Pierre Capitals — a club hockey team in South Dakota that began playing its ... .

Pierre residents help prepare Riggs Field for its debut

The Capital Journal 05 Mar 2023
This came after the South Dakota High School Activities Association sanctioned softball as a varsity sport in November 2021 ... But that was just one of many steps needed to be taken before winter’s freezing temperatures swept through South Dakota’s capital city ... in South Dakota.

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