Chris Huber, Rapid City Journal

Chris Huber

Rapid City Journal

Rapid City, SD, United States

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Past articles by Chris:

Seven questions with David Emery of Black Hills Corporation

David Emery stepped down as CEO Black Hills Corporation in December after leading the largest publicly traded company in the Black Hills for 15 years. → Read More

Rapid City Journal wins 3 regional AP awards

The Rapid City Journal won three awards in this year's Associated Press Great Plains Newspaper Contest. → Read More

Columnist David Rooks dies at age 63

Longtime Rapid City Journal columnist David Rooks died Sunday surrounded by his family. He was 63. → Read More

Russian with SD ties sentenced to 18 months for being agent for Kremlin

A Russian woman who admitted to being a secret agent for the Kremlin has been sentenced to 18 months in prison. → Read More

Collective Impact awards six food security grants totaling $16,500

Rapid City Collective Impact announced Thursday that it is donating $16,500 to six local organizations to help with the organization's food-security initiative. → Read More

Prescribed burn planned for Angostura

The South Dakota Department of Agriculture’s Wildland Fire Division and South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks are planning a prescribed burn today in the northeast corner of Angostura State Recreation → Read More

Top court skeptical of argument over food stamp data

The Supreme Court on Monday seemed inclined to rule against a South Dakota newspaper seeking data about the government's food assistance program, previously known as food stamps. → Read More

Ranchers finalists for conservation award

Two West River ranches are finalists for the South Dakota Leopold Conservation Award. → Read More

Wilson appointed president of University of Texas at El Paso

The University of Texas System on Tuesday formally appointed U.S. Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson as president of the University of Texas at El Paso despite opposition from some students → Read More

Interstate remains closed, all state government offices shuttered because of storm

A large portion of Interstate 90 remains closed and Gov. Kristi Noem has ordered the closure of state government offices in all South Dakota counties Thursday due to the snowstorm → Read More

Rapid City Journal office closed today

The Rapid City Journal's office is closed today due to the impending winter snowstorm. → Read More

UPDATE: Noem veto of hemp legalization survives override attempt

An attempt to override South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem's veto of a hemp legalization bill has failed in the Legislature. → Read More

Hemp sponsor to seek override of governor's veto

The sponsor of a bill to legalize industrial hemp production in South Dakota says supporters will try to overcome Republican Gov. Kristi Noem's veto of the measure. → Read More

South Dakota House sends hemp legalization bill to governor

South Dakota's Legislature has approved a bill that would legalize industrial hemp despite Gov. Kristi Noem's opposition. → Read More

Journal delivery delays expected this weekend

With an impending winter snowstorm and daylight saving time, the Rapid City Journal is expecting delays in delivery for the Saturday and Sunday editions of the Rapid City Journal. → Read More

Keystone XL protest bill package passes through both houses

Two bills aimed at curbing protests of TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline project sailed through both houses of the South Dakota Legislature on Thursday. → Read More

State Senate approves legalization of industrial hemp

The South Dakota Senate approved a bill Wednesday to legalize the growth and production of hemp. → Read More

Plan to expand bighorn tag to badlands pulled from commission

A controversial administrative action to expand the hunting area for an auctioned bighorn sheep tag was pulled Thursday before state Game, Fish and Parks commissioners had a chance to vote → Read More

Box Elder teen shot Tuesday night dies of injuries

A 17-year-old Box Elder male died from injuries sustained during a shooting in Rapid City Tuesday night. → Read More

Senate rejects AG's push to reverse presumptive probation

Senators have decided to keep in place South Dakota's presumptive probation policy for some lower-level felonies, voting Friday to reject an expensive proposal from new Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg to → Read More