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Past articles by Jeff:

Rapid City Central girls basketball team honors Lakota culture, makes history

Rapid City Central girls basketball team will be the first team in state AA to have the Lakota language written on team apparel that is worn on the court. → Read More

Custom bike brings plenty of sparkle to the Buffalo Chip

Evans' bike she brought this year to the rally is one of only 150 in the world, and if that doesn't make it unique enough, she spends her time away from rally events placing these crystals on her bike. → Read More

Custom bike brings plenty of sparkle to the Buffalo Chip

Evans' bike she brought this year to the rally is one of only 150 in the world, and if that doesn't make it unique enough, she spends her time away from rally events placing these crystals on her bike. → Read More

9/11 survivor helps place American Flags at Buffalo Chip to honor fallen veterans

Retired Lt. Col. Ryan Yantis was in the Pentagon during the terrorist attack. → Read More

River Park Eagles looking to soar at the Firecracker Tournament

The River Park Eagles came to the Firecracker tournament from Sacramento, Calif. Their coach however is familiar with the tournament as he recruited players at it while the head coach at South Dakota State. → Read More

Rapid City Flame showcase their athletic skills for family

It wasn’t only families cheering as loud as they could, but their fellow teammates were right by their side showing sportsmanship to cheer on other members of the Flame. → Read More

Co-workers and friends reflect on Jamie Zepp before he is inducted into the Rapid City Sports Hall of Fame

Sadly Jamie died in March of last year, and now the longtime face on your television and friend to countless is being inducted into the Rapid City Sports Hall of Fame. → Read More

Club for Boys free-throw challenge is a slam dunk fundraiser

This year, Gray TV's team included yours well as KEVN sports director Padraic Duffy, Anchor Jack Caudill, Digital Content manager Bri Schreurs, reporter Jeff Lindblom, and meteorologist David Stradling. → Read More

Yellow Jacket beer tapped to bring in extra athletic scholarship money to BHSU

"It is massive at our level, you alluded to it, at the D II level you are tight for some revenue streams but anytime we can open up a new revenue stream for us it will be huge for student-athletes not only now but going forward," → Read More

Readiatrics kicks of 20th year of book donations for kids

The event was cancelled last year because of COVID, and founder Darla Drew Lerdal said she wasn't sure if she would do it this year but many of the organizations that help children were out of books. → Read More

2021 could bring the return of Summer Nights

After being cancelled last year due to the COVID pandemic--- organizers plan on having a full schedule this year for Summer Nights in downtown Rapid City. → Read More

City Council approves numerous infrastructure projects

St. Patrick Steet will also see reconstruction from 5th St. to Mt. Rushmore Road. That work is expected to begin in 2022. → Read More

Girl Scout cookies are now available

Clark's troop is also allowing you to buy cookies that can be donated to airmen and first responders. → Read More

Mass COVID vaccine event being held by Oyate Health

Oyate Health’s goal is to have 1,500 more patients vaccinated by the end of February. → Read More

Black Hills Works teams up with Feeding South Dakota

Small tasks go a long way... from putting labels on canned fruit... to filling breakfast bags. Organizers say those with special needs *also feel a sense of accomplishment. → Read More

Feeding South Dakota extends Friends of Food Security until April

Feeding South Dakota has continued to see an increase in food security needs across the state. One volunteer shows up 4 days a week after retiring as a teacher and seeing food security issues firsthand. → Read More

Ice rink at Main Street Square gives families a fun afternoon

There were plenty of smiles and laughs as families filled the ice rink at Main Street Square. A pair of sisters from the Black Hills spent the afternoon at the ice rink giving them a chance to make additional memories over the holidays. → Read More

Salvation Army begins toy distribution

Food boxes were also handed out to families including a full Christmas meal as well as some extras for kids who are out of school during the winter break.2020 has been a rough year for many families and the Salvation Army says the number of people who signed up for the Angel Tree reflects that. → Read More

United Way is 20% behind in fundraising goal with only two weeks left to meet goal

United Way sits at 65% of their fundraising goal around this time of year they are usually around 85%The fundraising from United Way benefits around 50 non-profits in the community including Feeding South Dakota, and Volunteers of America. → Read More

Sturgis hosts open house for the proposed Marcotte Development

The property is around 60 acres and is located in the southwest part of Sturgis. The city purchased the land in 2011-2012 and they are now looking at selling the land for development to build homes and park areas. → Read More