Darsha Dodge, Rapid City Journal

Darsha Dodge

Rapid City Journal

Rapid City, SD, United States

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Past articles by Darsha:

February youth ridership on Rapid Transit System up 15% over 2022

Rapid City began a "youth ride free" program in 2016, and officials say they're continuing to see solid results. → Read More

Rapid City Youth City Council looking for new members

The Rapid City Youth City Council is looking for new members for the upcoming term. → Read More

Snow in the forecast to keep Terry Peak conditions prime for weekend fun

It's a great time to spend a weekend at Terry Peak, with 170 inches of snow already received this season. → Read More

Jason Salamun announces bid for Rapid City mayor

Ward 3 Council member Jason Salamun announced his intention Wednesday to run for mayor of Rapid City. → Read More

Deadwood ready to 'let the good times roll' for Mardi Gras

Let the good times roll in Deadwood with a weekend full of free Mardi Gras festivities Friday and Saturday nights. → Read More

Sturgis man sentenced for baiting mountain lions

A 70-year-old Sturgis man has been sentenced after pleading guilty to five counts of illegally trapping big game. → Read More

Black Hills area events make it easy to get outside this February

Beat the mid-winter blues with a month of jam-packed outdoors events in the Black Hills this February! → Read More

VIDEO: PCRA Tie Down Roping Slack action

Take a look at some high-action tie down roping slack at the 2023 Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo! → Read More

Sturgis plans major sanitary sewer projects with $10.4M state loan

Millions in funding for drinking water, waste water, and sanitary sewer projects are headed to Western South Dakota. → Read More

2022 tourism numbers overwhelmingly positive as first big event of 2023 looms

Eight second rides, nine days long, and 65 years old — the Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo is a numbers game. → Read More

A passion for justice: Roetzel reflects on 26-year career prior to stepping down

The year was 1977, and 6-year-old Lara Roetzel wanted to be a rock star. → Read More

Jan. 16 is the first National Park Service fee-free day of 2023

Monday, Jan. 16 is the first day to take advantage of the National Park Service's fee-free days in 2023. → Read More

Jones announces bid for fourth term; Nordstrom, Salamun won't seek re-election

The Rapid City Council will see changes in 2023 as some council members won't seek relection. → Read More

Avian flu likely to blame for dead geese found at Canyon Lake Park

A highly transmissible strain of avian influenza is likely to blame after dozens of geese were found dead across Canyon Lake Park in Rapid City. → Read More

Unseen and unsung:Tow truck companies step up for stranded motorists

Looking out the window of his Rapid City shop, Chevy Foster breathed a brief sigh of relief. → Read More

Veteran truckers trapped in I-90 closure say storm was the worst they'd been in

Truckers stuck when I-90 closed say they've never seen anything like last week's storm. → Read More

Armstrong announces bid for mayor

Ward 5 Council member Laura Armstrong announced Friday her intention to run for Rapid City mayor in 2023. → Read More

One man dead after allegedly charging Rapid City Police officer with large knife

One man is dead after charging a Rapid City Police officer while armed with a large knife early Friday morning. → Read More