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Recent articles by Jack:

COVID-19 numbers rise again in South Dakota

South Dakota is reporting a total of 453 new cases this week. 63 of those are from Pennington County, with 16 each in Lawrence and Oglala Lakota Counties and 15 in Meade County. → Read More

COVID-19 numbers rise in South Dakota

The number of new cases in South Dakota is up for the third straight week, with a total of 373 new cases this week. → Read More

Rapid City man sentenced for manslaughter

A Rapid City man is sentenced to 20 years in prison for the shooting death of 19-year old Ocean Eberlein back in November of 2020. → Read More

Court rules on Garbacz appeal

The Appeals Court reversed three of Garbacz's wire fraud convictions.But the court let the other convictions stand, along with his sentence and restitution. → Read More

Journey Museum hosts tipi raising ceremony

The new tipi was painted by local artist Martin E. Red Bear and features a total of 41 horses, no two alike and no two with the same color scheme. → Read More

Charges upgraded for shooting suspect

A Pennington County Grand Jury has now indicted 19-year old Quincy Bear Robe on a charge of second degree murder and commission of a felony with a firearm. → Read More

Allen woman pleads guilty to murder

20-year old Jonnie Fineran pleaded guilty to second degree murder in the stabbing death of Thomas Sitting Bear in Manderson in July of 2020. → Read More

Active COVID-19 cases show drastic drop in South Dakota

Last week, they were listing 2,323 active cases. That drops all the way down to 488 active cases this week. → Read More

Former bar owner pleads guilty to federal tax charge

The former owner of Thirsty's Burgers and Beer in downtown Rapid City pleads guilty to a tax charge in federal court Friday afternoon. → Read More

Two men sentenced on federal sex charges

A Pennsylvania man is sentenced to ten years in federal prison Friday after being caught in a sex sting during the 2020 Sturgis Rally. → Read More

COVID-19 test percentage continues to fall

We've talked through the pandemic about how health experts want to see the positivity rate for COVID-19 tests to be below five percent. → Read More

Sturgis candidates file lawsuit against city

Mayoral candidate Tammy Bohn and council candidates Justin Bonn and Brenda Vasknetz filed the suit, claiming the 2007 vote to change to a city manager form of government wasn't valid. → Read More

South Dakota reports 111 new cases of COVID-19

Starting this week, South Dakota is reporting COVID numbers just once a week, on Wednesdays. → Read More

$1 million bond for suspect in Saturday shooting

19-year old Quincy Bear Robe made his first appearance in Seventh Circuit Court Tuesday morning. → Read More

Rapid City artist rebounds after arson fire

Artist Deborah Mitchell lost her garage art studio in that string of fires. She says it's been a struggle since then, but is now looking to move forward. → Read More

Rapid City man takes a plea in fatal shooting case

In plea deal, Rapid City man admits to shooting another man during an argument. → Read More

COVID-19 numbers continue to fall

One of the goals of health experts has been to get the percentage of COVID tests that turn out positive below five percent. They're getting close to that in South Dakota. → Read More

Hunter reported missing in Custer County

Custer County Search and Rescue is asking for the public’s help in finding a missing hunter. They began searching for Jerry Paul Constance (he goes by Paul) on Tuesday night. → Read More

Federal lawsuit filed against Rapid City Area Schools

A Rapid City couple has filed a federal lawsuit against Rapid City Area Schools, the school board, Superintendent Dr. Lori Simon, the South Dakota Department of Education and a host of others. → Read More

Oglala man pleads guilty in fatal shooting

Originally charged with murder, 36-year old Dirk Garnier pleaded guilty in federal court to voluntary manslaughter and discharge of a firearm during the commission of a crime of violence in the death of Beau Blacksmith. → Read More