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June 11 2014 - Dorpinghaus joins staff at First National Bank
David Dorpinghaus, former Fulda High School graduate, has joined the First National Bank staff in Slayton as their new loan officer. Dorpinghaus earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Ag Business in 2006 from South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota.
April 16 2014 - Is there a bus in city’s future?
BROOKINGS – Brookings is not too small to support a municipal bus system, a nationally known transit expert told the Brookings City Council Tuesday. In fact, “there’s a lot of opportunity” to establish a bus system here, Bob Bourne advised the councilors.
February 23 2014 - Wings Win 2nd Straight
After a thrilling victory over the Minot Minotauros on Thursday night, the Wings jumped on the bus to take on the Brookings Blizzard. The Aberdeen Wings (23-17-3) entered the second game of a three-game weekend against the Brookings Blizzard (13-25-7) who in the last 10 games have ended up 3-10.
January 17 2014 - Medary may become Blue Ribbon school
Medary Elementary students leave the school on Wednesday afternoon and walk to a waiting school bus on Fifth Street South. The school is on the verge of receiving a high honor that would be a first for the Brookings School District.
January 15 2013 - Study finds quick commute a rarity
San Antonio employers are more likely to have workers who can easily access public transit compared with other large Texas cities, according to a Brookings Institution analysis released today. Only 34 percent of the San Antonio metropolitan area population can reach a job in 90 minutes or less using public transit. Generally, the study affirms a widening gulf across the country between where ...
May 08 2013 - Middle Tennessee's growth issues are focus of Brookings speaker
Nashville and Middle Tennessee are in a strong position to plan for growth but need to adapt to 'huge' demographic shifts and an economy that remains in transition, an expert on metropolitan areas plans to say in a speech here tonight.
April 19 2013 - Metro Detroit Has Largest Amount of Job Sprawl in the Nation
Metro Detroit has the largest amount of job sprawl in the nation, according to a new report released by the Brookings Institution on Thursday. A full 77.4 percent of all jobs in the area are located more than 10 miles from the city's central business district (CBD), or downtown.
January 13 2013 - Enthusiasm for Inauguration Wanes
The enthusiasm of four years ago when Americans swore in their first black president has waned, forcing Washington hotels to consider to lower minimum stays and reduced rates as Obama's inauguration day approaches. Obama Administration Shoots Down Platinum Coin Idea as Debt Ceiling Solution Think Tank: Deputy Chief of Staff Leaving White House to Join Brookings VIDEO: Obama Speeds Up Transition ...
November 30 2012 - Some protest stoplight at 12th-17th intersection
BROOKINGS – Several neighbors, a bus driver and a crossing guard expressed concern Thursday night about the plan to install a stoplight at the intersection of 12th Street South and 17th Avenue South.
November 10 2012 - Plenty of D.C.-Neighborhoods With Efficient Public Transit, but More Workers Can't Afford the C
About 90 percent of residents in the Washington region have ready access to public transportation that can ferry them to and from work in 90 minutes or less, according to a new study by the Brookings Institution [ more › ]
October 12 2012 - Voter Town Hall in Key Swing State of Virginia Finds Overwhelming Support for "No Budget, No P
WASHINGTON, Oct. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As part of a national bus tour of swing states, Hon. David M. Walker, CEO of Comeback America Initiative, and Hon. Alice M. Rivlin, of The Brookings Institution, conducted a special four-hour town hall Saturday with about 200 Virginia registered voters. Participants were selected to be representative of statewide demographics in the areas of ...
October 13 2012 - SDSU Students’ Association: How much clout do students really have in Brookings?
BROOKINGS – When Buffalo Wild Wings applied for the city’s last available tavern license in August 2011, there were other contenders. Several local businesses were seeking the lone permit, and a well-known steakhouse franchise, Whiskey Creek Wood Fire Grill, was a popular candidate.
October 16 2012 - The Eagle has finally landed: New charter bus meets schools' wish list
BROOKINGS – The charter bus Brookings School Board members agreed to purchase Monday is not new, but it is newer and much safer than "The Eagle," the Brookings School District's current charter bus.
July 30 2012 - Why most Americans can’t take mass transit to work
Whenever gasoline prices in the United States spike, some people flip over to mass transit. Bus and subway ridership goes up . But most Americans can’t easily make this switch. And a new Brookings report (pdf) explains why: Most major transit systems in the United States don’t do a very good job of bridging the gap between where people live and where they work. Read full article >>
July 26 2012 - Despite No. 1 potential in nation, few Utahns take transit to work
Despite No. 1 potential in nation, few Utahns take transit to work By Lee Davidson The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jul 25, 2012 11:23AM MDT A recent Brookings Institution study proclaimed the Salt Lake City metro area tops in the nation for mass transit’s potential to connect people with jobs — with 64 percent of residents living within a 90-minute ride of a typical job. But other figures show ...
July 16 2012 - Must the key to community resilience be spelled C-A-R?
By Seyi Fayanju When it comes to providing public transportation options for their residents, the cities of the Southern states rank low compared to their peers in other sections of the country, and unfortunately, Louisiana’s largest urban areas are no exception in this regard. Indeed, when the Brookings Institution conducted a survey of public transit provisioning in America’s 100 largest ...
July 13 2012 - Report: Texas Jobs Near Mass Transit, Commuters Aren't
Most jobs in Texas cities are near some sort of public transit, but most metropolitan workers aren’t, according to a new report by the Brookings Institute. YouTube Video:  No YouTube read more
July 13 2012 - Report: Texas jobs near public transit, but commuters aren't
Most jobs in Texas cities are near some sort of public transit, but most metropolitan workers aren’t, according to a new report by the Brookings Institute. In Texas’ six largest metropolitan areas, 66.1 percent of jobs are accessible by public transit. But only 23 percent of workers can reach their jobs in 90 minutes or less using public transit, according to the report released Wednesday by the ...
July 12 2012 - Most Middle Tennesseans can't take bus to work
A new Brookings Institution study concludes that Nashville has a long way to go to catch up with many peer cities in public transportation.
July 11 2012 - Why Angelenos Say Nay to the Bus, Yay to the Car
Here's something to think about the next time you're stuck in traffic on the 405. A new Brookings Institution study showed that the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana metro area ranked number one in the nation for having the most jobs (96.5%) located in neighborhoods with public transit. [ more › ]
July 11 2012 - Denver public transit system ranks high in connecting workers to jobs
A report by the Brookings Institution, a Washington, D.C.- based public policy organization, ranked the Denver-Aurora area as having one of the most efficient transit systems for connecting companies to labor pools.


 
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