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Popular but interrupted exhibits, new displays and an online show inspired by COVID-19 await art lovers as the Dahl Arts Center reopens in June. [Read More]
Read through the obituaries published today in Rapid City Journal. [Read More]
Our mayor states that it costs the city about $380,000 to support our public pools. Compared to other budget items the savings is minuscule. Surely... [Read More]
Thursday's news: What you missed while you were at work. [Read More]
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Four people avoided major injuries after the SUV they were in landed on its roof during an allegedly drunken crash Thursday morning on a Pennington... [Read More]
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"For nine minutes and 27 seconds, my nephew begged for his life." [Read More]
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Staff from Central High School in Rapid City handed out diplomas to its graduating seniors Thursday outside the entrance to the activities center on the... [Read More]
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Forming a new classification system for high school football continues to elude the South Dakota High School Activities Association board of directors. [Read More]
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As the school year comes to a close with the majority of K-12 students still learning from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic, local school districts... [Read More]
Rapid City Area Schools District announced via Facebook that they updated several of their free meal locations for all children under the age of 18... [Read More]
South Dakota's congressional delegation did not come out in support of tribal COVID-19 checkpoints but also did not call them illegal as Gov. Kristi Noem... [Read More]
South Dakota Mines women's basketball head coach Jeri Jacobson has announced the addition of Sydnee Durtsche to the 2020-2021 roster. [Read More]
South Dakota added 83 new coronavirus cases Thursday. Pennington County was responsible for 14 of those. [Read More]
Two women quarantining at the COVID-19 emergency shelter in Rapid City say they feel safe and well taken care of. [Read More]
A man was shot to death as violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody rocked Minneapolis for a second straight... [Read More]
Healthcare facilities, nonprofits, private companies and governments are working together to feed and house COVID-19 patients who have no safe place to quarantine while recovering... [Read More]
Who pays for all the preparation needed for President Trump's rally at Mt. Rushmore? [Read More]
Browse through the latest employment postings on https://rapidcityjournal.com/jobs and find your next career. [Read More]
Don't miss Wednesday's most popular stories from Rapid City Journal. [Read More]
It's a day for the history books on Capitol Hill: For the first time, House lawmakers were voting by proxy, an unprecedented move to avoid... [Read More]
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