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Make Sunday’s DIY Bath Soak

Wintertime can be rough our the skin, and a milk bath soak is one way to soothe and nourish dry skin. This is a homemade lavender rose bath soak with oatmeal and coconut milk to cleanse and soothe the body, it can be especially helpful for those with eczema. → Read More

Western Dakota Tech’s Build Dakota scholarship

Western Dakota Tech has many scholarship opportunities including the full-ride Build Dakota scholarship. Jennie Best, the assistant director of scholarships discusses the importance of applying. → Read More

Sunday’s DIY Confetti Poppers

If you're looking to say goodbye to this messy year, here's an even messier but fun DIY project for you. These are new year's poppers that the whole family can make together to ring in 2021. → Read More

National Lager Day celebrated at Dakota Point Brewing Company

Raise a glass to celebrate National Lager Day! Are you celebrating with your favorite lager? → Read More

Bagel in the Street returns to raise money for Rapid City community

All week, you can come into Black Hills Bagels or get curbside delivery. With a food donation, you’ll receive a white chocolate chip bagel, a cup of Dark Canyon Coffee or a Pepsi product. → Read More

UPDATE: Box Elder woman discovered dead days after stabbing

The 39-year-old woman had apparently been dead for days when law enforcement found her after a welfare check. → Read More

Billy Graham’s grandson announced Black Hills Paha Sapa Celebration

Pastors and church leaders met in Box Elder to announce an upcoming Black Hills Paha Sapa Celebration. → Read More

Sturgis Buffalo Chip passes milestone in charitable donations

With attendance at the 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally capturing national attention, this year’s rally helped the Sturgis Buffalo Chip reach a new milestone. → Read More

California fires bring more chopper rescues, power shutoffs

New wildfires ravaged bone-dry California during a scorching Labor Day weekend that saw a dramatic airlift of more than 200 people trapped by flames and ended with the state’s largest utility turning off power to 172,000 customers to try to prevent its power lines and other equipment from sparking more fires. → Read More

Rapid City rock climbing gym brushes off the chalk with reopen

A gym that opened its doors in February had to close weeks later because of the pandemic. Now this rock climbing gym in Rapid City is brushing off the chalk once again. → Read More

California fire sparked by device to reveal baby’s gender

A couple’s plan to reveal their baby’s gender went up not in blue or pink smoke but in flames when the device they used sparked a wildfire east of Los Angeles. → Read More

Daylight Donuts finds center after first month of business

Located on the corner of St. Patrick St. and St. Joesph Street, the new donut store has been open for about a month. → Read More

Major library renovations could be coming to South Dakota universities

As technology changes, so does the way students learn, and South Dakota universities are working to keep up. → Read More

More than 50 bridges due for inspection in Pennington County

With 127 bridges in Pennington County, 59 of those bridges are due for inspection this year. → Read More

Meade County extends building permit for pipeline prep work

The Meade County Commission recently extended a building permit for prep work related to the Keystone XL pipeline. → Read More

Counterfeit money used at Sturgis gas station

Counterfeit money has been circulating Sturgis with a new incident reported at a gas station. → Read More

Veteran's lost dog tag found in Rapid City more than 70 years later

You've heard of websites like Ancestry connecting people to their past but what about a dog tag? → Read More

Training held in Rapid City to help educators support at-risk students

A training was held in Rapid City to help teachers recognize at-risk behaviors in students. → Read More

South Dakota bill to legalize industrial hemp moves forward

A bill to legalize industrial hemp in South Dakota has one more hurdle before it can make its way to Governor Kristi Noem's desk. → Read More

Rapid City Area Schools bond was defeated, what's next for the district?

With less than a quarter of registered voters in the district voting on the issue, the Rapid City Area Schools bond proposal was defeated last night. → Read More