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Past articles by Stewart:

Researchers seek meeting on Indian Boarding School land issue

Researchers want to meet with the Rapid City school board to discuss Indian Boarding School land. → Read More

Pine Ridge legal system bounces back from tough time

Not too long ago the Pine Ridge justice system faced serious challenges and a massive case backlog. Today things look 180 degrees different. → Read More

Cheyenne River tribe asserting sovereignty on pipeline traffic

Cheyenne River tribe asserting sovereignty on pipeline traffic -- and vows to continue. → Read More

New drug treatment center opens in Rapid City

Rapid City has a new ally in the fight against drug addiction with the opening of a new medication assisted treatment center. → Read More

Tribal leaders call for revamping road funding in Indian Country

Heavy rains this year have washed out roads and culverts on the Cheyenne River Reservation and shone a light on what tribal leaders call an unbalanced process for allocating federal road funding in Indian Country. → Read More

Hemp planting on the rise on Pine Ridge reservation

Alex White Plume, South Dakota's hemp trailblazer, is no longer alone. → Read More

Firefighters turn to forest thinning in wet times with no fires

Firefighters turn to forest thinning in wet times with no fires → Read More

When does the Rally start? Earlier and earlier it seems

Rally goers showing up earlier and earlier to avoid the crowds -- and get less expensive accommodations. → Read More

Rapid City crime lab handling record meth case load

The Rapid City Police Department's crime evidence lab handled a record number of requests for drug analysis last year. And this year, the numbers are even higher. → Read More

Crowded Pennington County Jail population begins to drop

A major overhaul of aspects of Pennington County's criminal justice system designed to lower the jail population is starting to bear fruit. → Read More

Automated weather system goes down, flights get canceled

An automated weather observation station at the Rapid City Airport failed on Sunday and caused the cancellation of flights into the area. → Read More

Search for Serenity hampered by weather, terrain

It's been five months and 10 days since Serenity Dennard ran off from the Black Hills Children's Home and the search for her has been difficult. → Read More

Soil moisture keeping wildfire danger moderate

Soil moisture keeping fire danger moderate even as weather heats up. → Read More

Mayor wants task force to evaluate Human Relations Commission

Rapid City's mayor wants task force to evaluate the city's Human Relations Commission. → Read More

'A new Tornado Alley'

Allen has been hit twice by tornadoes in just a week and residents are concerned that the emergency siren in town doesn't work. → Read More

A tsunami of sweet clover painting the territory yellow

A massive wave of sweet clover is sweeping the territory and because it's a biennial plant -- one with a two year life cycle -- it took a couple of wet years in a row for the wave to crest. → Read More

Historic air rescue service debuts in Pine Ridge

A new helicopter air rescue service based on the Pine Ridge Reservation just might save lives -- and make business history in the process. → Read More

Fate of sales tax revenue uncertain in Buffalo Chip case

No one is really sure what would happen to sales tax collected by the Town of Buffalo Chip if the town is dissolved by court order. → Read More

Jewel Cave celebrates 200 miles of exploration

What's 200 miles long, 250 feet deep and an underrated jewel of the Black Hills? That would be Jewel Cave National Monument and this weekend it's celebrating hitting 200 miles of cave mapping and exploration. → Read More

A second birthday that wasn't

A tragic hit and run accident took the life of a toddler almost 9 months ago. Wednesday would have been the little girl's second birthday. → Read More