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Will Rapid City Residents Vote To Expand the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center?

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The residents of Rapid City will soon decide on whether to approve a $180-million expansion to the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center or not. A special election is scheduled for next month.

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House State Affairs Committee Votes To Void High School Activities Association's Transgender Policy

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The House State Affairs committee passed a bill Monday, which voids the high school activities association’s policy on allowing transgender students to participate in high school athletics. Representative Jim Bolin says state lawmakers should decide a policy with this much importance, not the activities association board of directors.

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After The Game, Looking Back At 'The Worst Call In Super Bowl History'

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It's the Monday morning after the Super Bowl. What better time for Monday Morning Quarterbacking? And what better play to go over than the one that sealed the New England Patriots' victory Sunday night over the Seattle Seahawks?

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New England Defeats Seattle 28-24 In Super Bowl 49

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The New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in exciting fashion on Sunday night to become the Super Bowl champions for the fourth time in franchise history. Most of the discussion from Super Bowl XLIX revolves around late game play calling from the Seahawks.

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Concussions in the NFL: How Worried are You?

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For football fans everywhere, the NFL’s concussion crisis has raised some uncomfortable questions about what it means to love a sport that’s been shown to cause lasting harm to its players. The league’s ratings continue to enjoy near-record highs, yet at the same time, scientific research increasingly suggests that football can lead to a wide range of long-term brain conditions.

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Policy on Sexuality/Gender Identity in HS Activities: Bill Would Transfer Decision from SDHSAA to State Lawmakers

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Lawmakers in Pierre will soon discuss the authority of the South Dakota High School Activities Association over sexuality and/or gender identity policy as regards students participating in high school activities.

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SDHSAA Update January 28, 2015

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The South Dakota High School Activities Association update

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Super Bowl XLIX: Who wins, Patriots or Seahawks?

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The 2015 Super Bowl will bring together the Seattle Seahawks (12-4), who won the Super Bowl last year, and the New England Patriots (12-4). Both these teams are expected to make Super Bowl XLIX memorable. 

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What Should The Vikings Do About Adrian Peterson?

Posted by Nate Wek on

Being that I live in Sioux Falls, SD, a short four hour drive from Minneapolis, I thought I’d weigh in on the off-season situation between the Vikings and Adrian Peterson.

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NFL 2015 "A Bad Lip Reading"

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The new version of NFL Lip Reading is here!

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New Concussion Policy Coming For South Dakota High School Football?

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The South Dakota High School Activities Association hopes to implement a new policy for next football season, which will help reduce the amount of concussions in South Dakota high school football players.

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The Minnesota Twins Winter Caravan Visits South Dakota

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The Minnesota Twins Winter Caravan was in Sioux Falls on Monday night to meet with loyal fans at the Elmen Center (Augustana College). This annual event brought in Twins second baseman Brian Dozier, Twins relief pitcher Brian Duensing, former Twins Pitcher Jack Morris, and long-time Twins television broadcaster Dick Bremer. 

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This Weekend: SDSU VS USD In Men's And Women's Basketball

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The University of South Dakota and South Dakota State University will refuel their rivalry this weekend as both schools face-off in men’s and women’s basketball.

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Should The SDHSAA Add A New High School Volleyball Class?

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There is discussion-taking place with the possibility of adding a new class of high school volleyball in the state of South Dakota. The South Dakota High School Activities Association Volleyball Advisory Committee is currently talking about the issue, after an informal proposal was presented at a meeting last month.

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Weekly SDHSAA Update

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Basketball 'Classics' and wrestling are highlighted this week.

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