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Plus, Andrew Lincoln talks leaving. [Read More]
Jim Phillips thrives on physical challenges. He celebrated his 70th birthday in 2016 by swimming laps for 12 hours at the Deadwood Recreational Center where... [Read More]
Wyoming received more than $4.8 million from the federal government to combat opioid abuse over the next 12 months, health officials announced last week. [Read More]
Hani Shafai calls it a "spiffing up" project. [Read More]
If, according to Alfred, Lord Tennyson (British poet 1809-1892) in spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love, any gardener can attest... [Read More]
This summer, the Supreme Court issued a decision to allow states to collect and remit sales tax from online retailers like Amazon or eBay, which... [Read More]
Recently, in a coffee shop, I overheard a woman tell her companion about her frustrations as a teacher. She mentioned low pay, low social status,... [Read More]
September 2018, group deal, group buy, Rapid City... [Read More]
Mathilde Bernard led the way for Black Hills State triathlon at the NCAA West Regional Championship in Longmont, Colorado Sunday, finishing as the top Division... [Read More]
All times mountain... [Read More]
Two Rapid City nurses recently won national awards for their dedication to their patients. [Read More]
With the Nemo area infested with ATVs and inconsiderate riders, we are losing tourists who can no longer enjoy a quiet hike in the woods.... [Read More]
A sanctuary that was found to be neglecting hundreds of wild horses in 2016 had perhaps its best-ever fundraising effort that same year and is... [Read More]
A man who formerly bailed out a failing wild-horse sanctuary in South Dakota by purchasing its ranch has since sold the ranch and filed a... [Read More]
You know what they say about the musky: fish of 10,000 casts and all that. [Read More]
Barring an unusually big deal in the Washington D.C., South Dakota's two U.S. senators will be exactly where you'd expect to find them on the... [Read More]
Ideology won't produce the best defense against school shootings. Simplified arguments — those that either support or oppose armed personnel in schools — lead nowhere. [Read More]
The current era of scorched-earth politics began five years after there was, according to Christine Blasey Ford, in 1982, an alcohol-soaked party in a suburban... [Read More]
William "Bill" Franklin passed away Sept. 2, 2018, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. [Read More]
The Rapid City Rush announced it has signed goaltenders Tyler Parks and Matt Zenzola for the upcoming season. [Read More]