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Past articles by Kayleigh:

This week honors, celebrates women in construction

This week is a celebration of all the National Association of Women in Construction chapters across the nation. → Read More

"Wishes in Flight" campaign aiming to hit one million miles

Make-A-Wish is an organization granting wishes for kids across the nation diagnosed with critical illnesses. → Read More

Real estate company helping conservatives move to red states

It's called Conservative Move and was started by former lawmaker/law enforcement officer Paul Chabot. He and his wife got tired of California life and decided to move to Texas. → Read More

Black Hills wrestling tournament heading to Spearfish in March

The iconic Midwest tournament brings hundreds, if not thousands, of wrestling fans and followers together from over 20 states nationwide. → Read More

A look at the orthopedic future in the Black Hills

Monument Health is bringing in robots to help change how doctors perform surgery. → Read More

Daily grind made easier with new downtown Hot Springs coffee shop

Say hello to Wandering Bison Coffee! → Read More

Rapid City Rush talk specialty jerseys, midseason stats

Right now, the team is in a playoff spot if the season ended today. It would be the first time since 2015. → Read More

Learn more about Safe Families for Children

If you want to learn more about how a local organization works, check out this event on Saturday, January 25. → Read More

Enjoy a girls night out at the O&A Farmhouse

Do you need a night out with your best gal pals? → Read More

Chatting with the reigning Miss Black Hills Stock Show Queen

She joined us on Good Morning KOTA Territory Tuesday morning to talk about her journey. → Read More

Celebrate National Mentoring Month with Big Brothers Big Sisters

January is National Mentoring Month, so why not spend it helping the youth in the Rapid City community? → Read More

Learn more about mushrooms through inspiring film

If you've ever wanted to learn more about mushrooms, an upcoming event in Rapid City is just for you. → Read More

Nutrishop talks recent challenge, healthy lifestyle tips

A local vitamin/supplements store in Rapid City is ready to help people stay healthy in the New Year. → Read More

Kombucha fans, your time has come

Swap sugary drinks for kombucha to celebrate the national holiday. → Read More

What's the difference between Glice and real ice?

If you want to spend some quality time with family and friends, experiencing everything winter has to offer, heading to an outdoor rink might be on the list. → Read More

Therapy dog Douglas helping patients at Hospice House

It started back in 2011, bringing four paws, a wet nose, and a smile to those needing it the most. → Read More

Website makes finding Christmas displays easier

It's the perfect time to drive around and find the best light displays around Rapid City, so make sure to check out Tour de Lights to make things easier. → Read More

The history of Black Hills Gold Jewelry

Black Hills Gold pieces are timeless and one-of-a-kind, staying in families for generations. → Read More

Riddle's Jewelry celebrates 60 years in business

The jewelry store was started in Webster in 1959 by Jesse and Joyce Riddle. → Read More

Beating the holiday blues

The holidays are the perfect time to take a break from social media and get in tune with reality. → Read More