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Shots from SDPB photographers over the weekend including awards photos.

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SD Senate Bill Would Void SD High School Sports Transgender Policy

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

Senate Bill 49…what is it? What does it mean? Why is it necessary? Is this discrimination? These are questions South Dakotans are asking themselves. On Thursday, the Senate Education committee in Pierre will take up SB 49. This bill voids the South Dakota High School Activities Association’s procedure/policy, as it pertains to transgender student athletes.

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South Dakota Native “Mean” Gene Okerlund Has Passed Away

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

On Wednesday, legendary pro-wrestling personality “Mean” Gene Okerlund passed away at the age of 76. Okerlund, a native of Sisseton, SD, is most famously known for his time spent with World Wrestling Entertainment as a back stage interviewer.

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High School Sports, The New Pre-Contest Injury Time Out

Last Updated by Gary Ellenbolt on

Beginning this fall sports season, schools and the South Dakota High School Activities Association are working together to save steps when an illness or injury happens during a game.

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

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

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

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

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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