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the girls meter dash and set a new state record of at Pierre for the Saturday, June 23, South Dakota State Hershey Track Meet. “The Hershey Track Meet franchise has dissolved, but we understand there's still an appetite for a state youth meet,” said Farnsworth. “We're. USATF Hershey National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships - 7/24/ to 7/30/ Rock Chalk Park - University of Kansas Event
The Hershey Track and Field Games are for boys and girls ages They compete at the age they will be on December 31, The first 3 finishers in each event will qualify for the state meet in Spearfish on June Finalists at the state level are eligible for the national meet in Hershey, PA. The Coyotes announced the game on Friday. South Dakota is taking on Kansas this season on Sept. The win knocked the Titans out of the top spot in the United Conference, which now belongs to the Storm.
With only 3 weeks left in the season and only two United Conference teams making the playoffs, the win was huge for Sioux Falls. The camp is for ages 5th grades through Seniors next school year. The camp for 5th through 8th grade boys will be from Camp clinicians include Dakota Schooler Coaches and members of the Dakota Schoolers basketball teams. For more information or to register for the camp contact camp director Pat Kraning at or email him at patrick. Camp times are 9 am to 11 am for 7 year olds through 6th graders and from 1 to 3 pm for 7th grades through Seniors all 3 days.
Registration for the camp begins at 8: If you have any questions, contact Stanley County head wrestling coach John Latham at The camp is not required to be on the team, but is highly encouraged.
Girls will be learning 2 to 3 routines that will be used for the competition season. If you have any questions, please contact Head Coach, Tia Kafka at tia. Copyright Dakota Radio Group. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Associated Press contributed to this report.
Dwyane Wade chipped in 18 points, eight assists and four rebounds for Miami, which took command by outscoring Indiana to grab a point halftime lead. David West had 21 points and 10 rebounds for the Pacers, while Roy Hibbert added 20 points and a game-high 17 boards. AP — Kevin Harvick pulled away from runner-up Kasey Kahne kayn on the final restart with 11 laps remaining to win the Coca-Cola for the second time in three years.
Kurt Busch finished third, and polesitter Denny Hamlin was fourth in his second full race since returning from a back injury. Speedway officials says 10 fans suffered non-life-threatening injuries when a nylon rope supporting a Fox Sports overhead television camera fell from the grandstands and landed on the track surface. Kanaan drove past Ryan Hunter-Reay on a restart with three laps to go, then coasted across the finish line under yellow when defending race winner Dario Franchitti crashed far back in the field.
The outcome extends the NHL's Western Conference semifinal series to a seventh game Tuesday at Los Angeles, where the Kings are in the playoffs and have won 13 straight since the regular season.
Weekley finished 14 under par following his final-round 4-under Matt Kuchar finished second, one shot back of Weekley. Defending champion Zach Johnson finished third. Lee closed with a 5-under-par 42 for an under total and a two-shot victory over Irene Cho.
The year-old Idoki closed with a 6-under 65 to finish at 11 under par.
AP — The Rutgers athletic department is under scrutiny once again. Chris Christie plans to speak with school officials about a report that new athletic director Julie Hermann quit as Tennessee's women's volleyball coach 16 years ago after her players complained she ruled through humiliation, fear and emotional abuse.
Hermann was hired May 15 to replace Tim Pernetti, who was let go after basketball coach Mike Rice was fired for abusive behavior. Please include your name and a phone number and email where you may be contacted for verification of information.
Contact Rod Fisher and Dakota Radio Group Sports by clicking here If you would like to be removed from our newsletter please click the link provided with at the bottom of each mailing. AP - Medical clinics in the Black Hills are taking precautions because of an outbreak of pertussis, better known as whooping cough. A medical clinic in Spearfish has put routine checkups on hold for young children. Spearfish Regional Medical Clinic pediatrician Angela Anderson tells the Black Hills Pioneer that clinic staff have diagnosed 10 cases of pertussis in the past two weeks, and the numbers are expected to rise.
The state Health Department late last week said 29 cases of pertussis had been reported statewide so far this year, compared to 67 in all of last year. More than one-third of this year's cases have been in the Black Hills. AP - Residents in the small northern South Dakota town of Hoven are dealing with the shock of losing their school. The building was destroyed in a Sunday fire.
The cause is still being investigated. Linda Coyne graduated from the school in and has taught there for 37 years. She even met her husband there. She tells the American News that it's hard to believe the school is gone - along with other things like her classroom posters and books. Superintendent Peggy Petersen says school board members likely will meet later this week to talk about the future.
About people live in Hoven. AP - Bird nests in an electrical substation caused a power outage that affected about 4, people in the Aberdeen area. NorthWestern Energy spokesman Tom Glanzer tells the American News that power was out for about 40 minutes starting about 6: The outage impacted the south side of Aberdeen as well as people in Warner, Stratford, Mellette and Ashton. The Guard has announced that it has no further deployments scheduled to the region after this year.
The members of the nd Transportation Company are due to return home in November. More than 1, South Dakota guardsmen have been deployed over the course of the war. South Dakota's Guard makes up nearly 1 percent of the entire National Guard force. The newspaper reports that while the Guard's presence in Afghanistan is being reduced, the state still has active-duty Air Force troops deployed in the region.
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AP - The South Dakota Department of Revenue is accepting applications from eligible senior and disabled residents for once-a-year sales or property tax refunds. Qualified applicants can receive a refund based on their income.
Applications will be accepted through July 1 and checks will be issued at the end of August. Among other requirements, those applying must have been South Dakota residents for the entire previous year and at least 66 years old on or before Jan. Applications can be obtained from the department's website or at a local county auditor's office.
South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Rick Olauson says three passengers in one car died in what appears to be a head-on collision. Michael Muonio, of Battle Ground, Washington state, was driving one of the cars and died on the scene. A six-month-old infant and year-old Lorissa Bellikka both survived the crash, but later died at hospitals. Both were from Washington as well.
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The American News in Aberdeen reports year-old Kaster Unser, of Ipswich, was driving the other vehicle involved in the crash. Olauson says he sustained serious, non-life-threatening injuries. He was traveling alone. The infant died at the Bowdle hospital and Bellikka at St.
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Attorney Brendan Johnson says a federal jury has indicted year-old Colby Haggerty on receipt of child pornography and possession of child pornography charges. Haggerty has pleaded not guilty.
It is unclear whether Haggerty is part of the U. Officials at the base did not immediately return a call seeking comment Sunday. Authorities allege Haggerty knowingly received and possessed electronic files containing child pornography images between August and while at the base. Haggerty is in custody and a trial date has not been set. AP - The South Dakota Public Safety Department has begun reviewing the state's assortment of driver's education programs, and one instructor says she would be open to more teaching guidance.
There is little state oversight for driver's education programs and the only requirement pertains to teacher training. Legislators and state officials have shared a growing interest in safe driving for the past few years.
A new texting while driving ban takes effect July 1. The safety department has hired a consultant to review the training, curriculum and statistics of teen driver crashes and traffic violations. Driver's education instructor Kathy Askew would accept the opportunity for more training and more guidelines.
Askew teaches in Pierre, where young drivers take 30 hours of courses through Capitol University Center. A public viewing will be from 11 a. Her funeral will be 10 a. Tuesday in the welcome center. Ziolkowski took over leadership of the Black Hills tourist attraction that honors Native Americans upon the death of her husband, sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski.
It draws more than a million visitors to the southern Black Hills annually and brings in millions of dollars every year, mainly through admission fees. The event kicks off Thursday at the W. Proceeds will benefit the Brennan Rock and Roll Academy. Admission to the festival that continues Monday is free, but normal park admission fees apply. AP - The Audubon National Wildlife Refuge has closed the auto tour route due to the nesting activity of the piping plover.
The Bismarck Tribune reports the route will remained closed to the public until the young leave the nest.
Updates on the closure can be found at http: AP - The Theodore Roosevelt National Park has implemented firewood restrictions at campgrounds in the North and South Units in an effort to curb the spread of the emerald ash borer. Officials say only firewood that derived from trees that originally stood within North Dakota will be allowed to be brought into or transported through the park.
Paul while a second search is expected to resume in Chisago County for a missing man presumed drowned in the St. Paul Park about 5 p. Witnesses say a year-old boy was trying to retrieve a stick when he went under water and disappeared. AP - A year-old Farmington man was killed after he struck a tree while fleeing police in southern Minnesota.
Swanson in a Buick 4-door sedan at about 4 a. Sunday but he refused. According to Farmington police, Swanson led police eastbound about 28 miles into Red Wing where an officer put down spikes to slow him, though he continued at a "high rate of speed. AP - On more of Minnesota's two-lane state highways, motorists could soon be free to drive faster than 55 - legally. State lawmakers have nudged transportation officials to boost the speed limit to 60 miles per hour on lane miles where it can "reasonably and safely" be done.