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Americans for Prosperity-South Dakota (AFP-SD) will host a discussion on South Dakota's 2019 Legislative Session featuring the grassroots organization's First Annual Legislative Scorecard at 6... [Read More]
Seventy to 80 years ago bobwhite quail were not uncommon residents of western South Dakota and they greatly declined into virtual disappearance at the same... [Read More]
The Thus Far life-writing workshop, taught by Molly Barari, uses prompts and sensory experiences to help you remember and record the significant events in your... [Read More]
Six students from Rapid City Stevens High School will depart for Louisville, Ky., this evening to compete in the VEX Robotics Championship. [Read More]
A recent issue of Wildfire magazine, the official publication of the International Association of Wildland Fire, outlines three major factors in the transition from fires... [Read More]
Objectivity, like Elvis, long ago left the building in Washington and so the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller is being read and interpreted through... [Read More]
GOLD: Few things inspire Americans more than Mount Rushmore National Memorial under blazing sunshine. It's nice to see that the Shrine of Democracy is also... [Read More]
What goes around comes around... [Read More]
Jade Herman, special projects coordinator at South Dakota School of Mines & Technology and alumna of the university, has been awarded the 2018 Graduate Student... [Read More]
Spearfish girls' track and field sprinter Mikayla Tracy isn't a stranger to the pressure of competition at the varsity level. [Read More]
As administrators expected, Rapid City Area Schools spent more in the third quarter of the academic year than they made in revenue. [Read More]
While most Rapid City Area Schools will not be required to make up their snow days, Stevens High School will be catching up on lost... [Read More]
Seventeen western South Dakota players were selected by the South Dakota High School Football Coaches' Association to play in the South Dakota High School Football... [Read More]
All Times Mountain... [Read More]
After debating just how grassroots a nearly two-year-long constitutional reform effort was, the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council voted Monday to table the decision on whether... [Read More]
A statewide tornado drill will be conducted for South Dakota by the National Weather Service between 9 and 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. [Read More]
Rapid City Stevens High School will operate on a modified schedule starting Tuesday in order to make up on time lost to weather cancellations. [Read More]
Get ready, Rapid City — Big & Rich are comin' to your city. [Read More]
Many of us will celebrate another Earth Day on April 22. The very first Earth Day in 1970 was actually organized by Wisconsin's Senator Gaylord... [Read More]
For those who believe the road is only for cars: RC Ordinance 10.64.170 legally allows bicyclists to ride on the roadway — specifically the right... [Read More]