Deadwood To Seek Sports Betting On 2020 Ballot

Last Updated by Lee Strubinger on

The next time South Dakotans head to the polls to vote for President of the United States, they could also be voting to legalize sports betting in the Mt. Rushmore state.

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Sioux Falls Chosen To Host 2019-2020 American Legion Baseball Regional Tournaments

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

On Thursday, the American Legion announced regional site locations for the National American Legion Baseball Tournament. Sioux Falls, SD was chosen to host the Region 6 tournament in back-to-back years, starting in 2019.

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Outdoor Activities For The Younger Generation In South Dakota

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

South Dakota has had tourism slogans that encourage people to come experience the state – and great places. There’s a tradition in many families of outdoor activities from snowmobiling in the Hills to hunting pheasants. The trick for state agencies is how to keep the next generation active outdoors.

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SDHSAA Will Allow Boys To Participate In High School Competitive Dance

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On Tuesday, the South Dakota High School Activities Association voted unanimously to allow boys to participate with girls on competitive cheer and dance teams in the state.

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The Origin of the Estelline Redmen Mascot

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The Estelline Redmen name wasn’t always connected to a Native American themed mascot. It was actually the furthest thing from it when the ‘Redmen’ name was originally adopted.

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USD's Chris Streveler Will Play in the Canadian Football League

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On Friday, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) announced the signing of University of South Dakota star quarterback Chris Streveler.

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Northern State's Curt Fredrickson Retires After 39-Year Career

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Northern State University head women’s basketball coach Curt Fredrickson announced his retirement on Tuesday afternoon.

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Nate Tibbetts A Top Candidate For Atlanta Hawks Head Coaching Vacancy

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The Atlanta Hawks are in the search for a new head coach, and sources close to the situation believe South Dakota native and Portland assistant Nate Tibbetts is one of the favored candidates.

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Philly Trades Up In Draft On Friday For SDSU's Dallas Goedert

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Former South Dakota State University tight end Dallas Goedert will begin his professional football career in Philadelphia. The defending Super Bowl champs traded up in the second round to select Goedert with the No. 49 overall pick.

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2018 Winter SDHSAA Academic Achievement Team Awards

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All varsity fine arts groups and athletic teams that achieve a combined grade point average of 3.0 or higher are eligible to receive the SDHSAA Academic Achievement Team Award. For the 2017-18 winter season of athletics and fine arts, 658 teams were given awards.

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South Dakota State's Mike Daum Declares for 2018 NBA Draft

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Mike Daum, junior basketball star from South Dakota State University, has filed paperwork declaring for the 2018 National Basketball Association draft. On Friday, Daum announced his intentions.

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Six-Man Football In South Dakota Could Soon Be A Reality

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South Dakota’s smallest high schools are close to another option for fielding football teams. The South Dakota High School Activities Association’s Board of Directors has given initial approval to offer a six-man football class.

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Does Being a "One-Sport Athlete" Give Your Child a Better Edge Over the Competition? It May Not...

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

According to the author Fred Bowen, a sports opinion columnist for KidsPost, it may not be in a young child’s best interest to specialize in just one sport.

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Excitement Surrounds SDSU's Dallas Goedert as NFL Draft Draws Near

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

The National Football League draft is only a week and a half away, as the anticipation among the incoming rookies is on the rise. For some players, it’s not a matter of ‘if’ they get drafted; it’s more of a matter of ‘when.’

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Dakota Wesleyan Names Casey Mouw as New Head Wrestling Coach

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The Dakota Wesleyan wrestling program has named Casey Mouw as it’s new coach. He is the 12th head wrestling coach in DWU’s history.

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