Seth Tupper, Rapid City Journal

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Past articles by Seth:

Third extension granted for Rapid City quarry cleanup

A Rapid City company has received a third extension of time to reclaim a quarry it stopped mining 15 years ago. → Read More

National forest land offered for sale near Custer

A piece of the Black Hills National Forest is for sale to the highest bidders. → Read More

DiSanto resigns from Legislature

State Sen. Lyndi DiSanto, one of the Legislature’s most controversial members, is resigning from the state Senate. → Read More

Supervisor of Black Hills National Forest announces retirement

Mark Van Every has announced his impending retirement from his job as supervisor of the Black Hills National Forest. → Read More

Erosion threatens Lower Brule sewage lagoons; $8 million fix needed

The Lower Brule Sioux Reservation gets a little smaller every year. → Read More

State government spending $45,000 on motivational conference

The state government of South Dakota will spend $45,000 to put on a free motivational conference in December. → Read More

Losses pile up as Wind Cave elevator closure enters fifth month

There may be only one silver lining to the elevator problems that have prevented Wind Cave tours since June. → Read More

Imagining South Dakota's alternate political universe

Who’s to blame, or credit, for the trouble afflicting the South Dakota Democratic Party? → Read More

Rounds, Johnson build big fundraising advantages

Sen. Mike Rounds and Rep. Dusty Johnson, both South Dakota Republicans, have big advantages over their prospective 2020 challengers in fundraising, according to reports filed recently with the Federal Election → Read More

Pennington County coughs up $87K to IRS

The Pennington County Commission approved the payment of $87,140.63 in penalties to the Internal Revenue Service. → Read More

Tax break approved for builders of affordable housing

Developers have a new incentive to build affordable housing in Pennington County. → Read More

IRS hits Pennington County with $87,000 in penalties

The Internal Revenue Service is slapping Pennington County with $87,140.63 in penalties for mishandling payroll taxes. → Read More

Ranch hand beats oil giant in court

A Harding County ranch hand’s five-year fight against a major oil company ended recently when the company paid him $278,320. → Read More

Box Elder pays city attorney $100K to resign

The city of Box Elder is paying its city attorney $100,000 to resign. → Read More

Bison on the loose in Black Hills

Bison are once again roaming wild in South Dakota, although probably not for long. → Read More

Red flags undetected in $2 million deal with state

When state officials sold a former juvenile detention campus to a Custer company for $2.34 million last year, there was a lot they did not know about the company’s key → Read More

Black Hills National Forest adds 350 acres with $1.7 million purchase

The Black Hills National Forest is growing by 350 acres, thanks to $1.7 million in federal funding. → Read More

Feds hear uranium dispute in Rapid City

Cultural resource specialist Jerry Spangler’s testimony on Wednesday in Rapid City summarized the problem that has caused the permitting process for a proposed uranium mine to grind nearly to a → Read More

Uranium hearing Wednesday pits tribe against regulators and mining company

A public hearing Wednesday in Rapid City will pit a tribe against a mining company and government regulators in a dispute about places of Native American cultural, historical and religious → Read More

Deadwood Mountain Grand settles immigrant-investor lawsuit

The Deadwood Mountain Grand has settled a lawsuit related to South Dakota’s immigrant-investor scandal. → Read More