A Small Part Of The HHH Metrodome Lives On In Webster

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A little piece of downtown Minneapolis has found a home in the community of Webster, South Dakota. Visitors to Bob Wiley Field can experience sitting in a seat that once was apart of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome.

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2018 SDHS Rodeo Finals: Full Show

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SDPB was on hand to record one of our favorite events: The South Dakota High School Rodeo Finals in Belle Fourche. Catch all the action online with the full show here.

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Pierre’s Peyton Zabel Chooses College Over Pro-Ball, For Now

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On Friday, Peyton Zabel of Pierre announced his decision for post high school career – he wants to go to college.

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South Dakota Hosted A Monday Night RAW, And That's A Big Deal

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Something happened in South Dakota on Monday that had never been done before. World Wrestling Entertainment brought its flagship show ‘Monday Night RAW’ to Sioux Falls.

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Affiliation Ends Between Rapid City Rush and Minnesota Wild

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The Rapid City Rush and the Minnesota Wild have ended their affiliation after just one year of the partnership.

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San Antonio Promotes Becky Hammon To Top Assistant Coach Position

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Rapid City native Becky Hammon has received a promotion within the San Antonio Spurs organization. The team announced Wednesday that Hammon will replace James Borrego, who recently left the Spurs to take the head coaching job for the Charlotte Hornets.

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Fox Sports Nate Brown: Rapid City Events Center and Six-Man Football in Western South Dakota

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SDPB's Nate Wek sat down with Rapid City Fox Sports radio host Nate Brown to discuss some of the big changes happening in Rapid City with the new events center. Additionally, they discussed how six-man football could look on the west side of the state when it's implemented in the fall of 2019.

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National Hall of Fame to Induct Rob Van Laecken

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Legendary South Dakota high school basketball coach Rob Van Laecken will be inducted into the National High School Coaches Hall of Fame this week.

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Chamberlain's Hutmacher Is Receiving College Offers For Football

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Some big time colleges are already recruiting Chamberlain heavyweight wrestling stand out Nash Hutmacher. However, right now, they want him to play football. Along with being a top high school wrestler in South Dakota, Hutmacher is also an elite high school offensive lineman for the Cubs football team.

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Former USD Coyote Chris Streveler Has Solid Showing In CFL Debut

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Former University of South Dakota quarterback Chris Streveler made his Canadian Football League debut on Thursday night with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The Edmonton Eskimos snuck out a 33-30 win over Winnipeg, but Streveler put up solid numbers in his first regular season game with the team.

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Sioux Falls To Host Nebraska vs Oklahoma State in Men's Hoops This December

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The Sanford Pentagon will host Nebraska and Oklahoma State in a regular-season men’s college basketball game Dec. 16. A start time for the game is TBD.

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U.S., Mexico And Canada Win Bid To Host 2026 World Cup

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The 2026 FIFA World Cup will be held in the U.S., Mexico and Canada, with a united bid from North America winning the right to host soccer's showcase event, the sport's world governing body decided on Wednesday.

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A True Act of Sportsmanship

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Last week, baseball fans in Minnesota witnessed a high school game that displayed an act of kindness that is rare in sports today.

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Little League Baseball Complex Being Renamed To Honor Craig Tieszen

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The Rushmore Little League Minors Field in Rapid City, SD is being renamed to honor the late Craig Tieszen. Tieszen is a former Rapid City Police Chief and a South Dakota state lawmaker, who died in a tragic accident this past Thanksgiving.

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SDHSAA Plans In Rapid City Won't Change During Construction of New Events Center

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Rapid City will soon have a new events center. On Tuesday, 64 percent of voters approved the proposal. While construction is underway, the SDHSAA doesn't foresee any changes with events planned at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.

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