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THE GREATER MADISON Area Chamber of Commerce held the latest entry in their Espresso Yourself series on Thursday with an appearance from District 8 Senator Casey Crabtree, who shared the floor with Representative John Mills. Espresso Yourself takes place the second Thursday of each month, wi…

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THE MADISON HIGH SCHOOL Jazz Band and their director Terrence Kenny stood beside the Christmas tree at Madison's First Bank & Trust after performing in their holiday open house this Wednesday. The event featured treats and refreshments as well as other musical acts in the Madison Christi…

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Five South Dakota State University football players, including repeat first-team selections Adam Bock and Reece Winkelman, were honored Tuesday as members of the 2022 All-Missouri Valley Football Conference Scholar-Athlete Team. A junior linebacker from Solon, Iowa, Bock carries a 3.82 grade…

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The Howard Tigers went 0-3 at the Tri-Valley Quad on Tuesday in Colton. The Tigers squared off against Tri-Valley, Marion/Freeman and Sioux Valley and dropped all three head-to-heads.

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Sixteen members of the Madison Area Retired School Personnel and one guest, Jerry Olson, gathered for a noon Christmas meeting and lunch on Dec. 5 at Nicky’s.

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Members of the Madison Fire Department responded to a grass fire Sunday night east of town on 22923 459th Ave. The department received the call at 1:31 p.m., with five vehicles soon arriving on the scene.

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Top-seeded South Dakota State University scored on drives of 70 or more yards on each of its first three offensive possessions and cruised into the Football Championship Subdivision quarterfinals with a 42-6 victory over Delaware Saturday afternoon in Brookings.

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North Star Athletic Association men’s basketball preseason favorite Bellevue shot a sizzling 56.1% from the field on Saturday, rolling past Dakota State University 85-65 in the conference opener. The Bruins never trailed in the game.

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The Duplicate Bridge Group met on Thursday afternoon at the Interlakes Senior Citizens Center. First place this week went to Carol Petri and Sharon Halseth. Barb Garner and Dorothy Simpson placed second, while third place went to Sharon Hansen and Janet Jorgenson.

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For the second time in three seasons, South Dakota State University will host Delaware in a Football Championship Subdivision playoff game.

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South Dakota State University continues a five-game stretch away from Brookings with a three-game road trip starting at Kent State. The Jackrabbits and Golden Flashes tip off their matchup at 6 p.m. on Friday. The Jackrabbits then head to Tuscaloosa to take on No. 11/14 Alabama Saturday at 7…

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The Madison Bulldogs sent four grapplers to the State Tournament last season. Isaac Henry and Riley Kearin graduated, but the Bulldogs return Layne Hess and Caleb Hodges and have five seniors to help lead the way this season.

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One hundred twelve people took the 15x15 Challenge issued by Interlakes Area United Way (IAUW) and East River Federal Credit Union (ERFCU). The contest asked people to pledge at least $15 a month in 2023 to United Way and return their pledge form by Nov. 15.

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Fifteen South Dakota State University football players were honored as members of the All-Missouri Valley Football Conference Team, and head coach John Stiegelmeier was selected as the league’s Bruce Craddock Coach of the Year.

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(Editor’s note: This week’s column is written by Daniel G. Petereit, MD, FABS, FASTRO. He is a radiation oncologist at the Monument Health Cancer Care Institute in Rapid City.)

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Ten members of the Entre Nous Study Club met in the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall on Nov. 21. Members were treated to cheesecake bars garnished with cherries and slivered almonds, mixed nuts and pretzel toffee.

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“Computer Information Systems (CIS) focuses on solving business problems using practical applications of technology,” said Andy Behrens, undergraduate CIS program coordinator and assistant professor at Dakota State University.

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Rocky Mountain of the Frontier Conference never trailed against Dakota State University on the first day of the Sam Milanovich Classic, hosted by Dickinson State, N.D. The Battlin’ Bears rolled past the Trojans 81-71 in the first all-time series meeting at Scott Gymnasium.

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