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The Oglala Sioux Tribe inaugurated a new president Friday in Kyle as the Julian Bear Runner administration formally kicked off. [Read More]
Law enforcement in Pennington County is taking some innovative steps to bring more Native Americans into its ranks. [Read More]
Tribal leaders' plan to build a new health care clinic on the east side of Rapid City are on life support after the Indian Health... [Read More]
Rush management told Rushmore Plaza Civic Center officials Tuesday that the Rapid City Rush will not need any cash assistance for November after leaning on... [Read More]
Report: Climate change is already upon us. What can be done here in our region? [Read More]
Last month the Civic Center made it's first payment under an agreement to help with team financial losses and city officials say keeping the Rush... [Read More]
A former Rapid City dentist convicted of using fraudulent medical claims to sell a laser device faces having to pay as much as $12 million... [Read More]
The Rapid City Police Department is spearheading a new effort to diversify its ranks. [Read More]
Rising meth arrests are fueling a rise in the number of people in a court ordered drug and alcohol testing program -- a key component... [Read More]
The Jasper Fire in the Southern Hills in 2000 was the largest blaze in Black Hills recorded history. And now the largest reforestation project in... [Read More]
Rapid City's run down Corral Motel drew our attention a couple of time this year when the water got turned off. Once when the landlord... [Read More]
The woman accused of calling in a false report to police and disturbing a school in a Wednesday incident that caused a lockdown at Pinedale... [Read More]
Acreage burned through August is down but fire officials aren't counting any chickens. [Read More]
Rapid City's community development managers want a developer to pay back a six figure grant because he hasn't made enough progress on an affordable housing... [Read More]
The Oglala Lakota County School District is making security Job One. [Read More]
Pennington County's state of the art, one-stop shop to deliver behavioral health services is coming on line in two weeks. [Read More]
Pennington County took its first step toward creating a new hard rock mining ordinance Tuesday by directing a citizen to draft a plan for moving... [Read More]
The planned upgrades to the cramped Pennington County Jail kitchen and laundry facilities will have to wait a little longer after bids on the project... [Read More]
Labor Day marks the traditional end of summer and for folks here in Western South Dakota it also marks the traditional end of the tourism... [Read More]
Earlier this month a Sturgis police officer was overcome after getting exposed to drugs in the field and needed medical assistance. [Read More]