Matthew Guerry, Rapid City Journal

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Rapid City Journal

Rapid City, SD, United States

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Past articles by Matthew:

Fall enrollment at South Dakota public universities dips 3%

Fall enrollment at South Dakota's six public universities fell 3 percent from last year, the state Board of Regents announced Friday. → Read More

Elevate sponsors poll on school bond issue

The economic development group Elevate Rapid City is sponsoring a telephone survey to gauge support for a possible $250 million bond that would fund a range of public school construction → Read More

More streets close for road work

A portion of Reservoir Road closed to traffic for road work on Tuesday. → Read More

Rapid City airport board endorses drainage project

The governing board of the Rapid City Regional Airport on Tuesday signed off on the construction of a storm water diversion ditch intended to keep the complex's septic lagoon from → Read More

Airport board to discuss drainage project

Rapid City Regional Airport officials are arranging for the construction of a stormwater diversion ditch to keep the complex's septic lagoon from overflowing. → Read More

Rapid City Council approves $175 million 2020 budget

The Rapid City Council on Monday approved Mayor Steve Allender's budget proposal for 2020. → Read More

School resumes in Rapid City with renewed focus on mental health

The cars parked Wednesday morning outside Pinedale Elementary School lined both sides of West Chicago Street. → Read More

Council stands by cuts to Allied Arts

The Rapid City Council on Monday shot down a measure to restore funding to a local non-profit that supports more than a dozen area arts organizations. → Read More

Rapid City approves street name change

Despite their objections, residents of Big Sky Drive will have to change their addresses in about a year's time. → Read More

Schools to start year with more than 60 open jobs

Rapid City public schools are set to resume next week with several dozen positions open throughout the district. → Read More

Rapid City airport director defends decision to dump wastewater

Rapid City Regional Airport will cease dumping sewage on its property and truck it off-site instead, executive director Patrick Dame said Monday. → Read More

Teacher charged with abusing student pleads not guilty

A Rapid City school teacher accused of abusing a disabled student pleaded not guilty on Monday morning. → Read More

Airport awarded $4.5 million in federal funding

The Rapid City Regional Airport has been awarded a $4.5 million grant to upgrade its infrastructure and equipment, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Wednesday. → Read More

Chamber salutes armed service members

Twice as many people were invited to attend an annual event held Wednesday that honors military service members compared to last year. → Read More

Pine Ridge school children urge state lawmakers to reconsider riot-boosting act

A fourth grade class from Pine Ridge wrote to state lawmakers this school year urging them to reconsider their support for a bill introduced by Gov. Kristi Noem that targets → Read More

Bow hunting inside city limits considered

Come September, bow hunting could be permitted within the Rapid City limits. → Read More

South Dakota company celebrates 100 years in business

Although it is headquartered in Mitchell, Tessier's Inc. has been making its mark on Rapid City for more than 40 years. → Read More

Rapid City Regional Airport pursuing purchase of $450,000 property

The Rapid City Regional Airport is looking to purchase an adjacent house and land that is worth nearly half a million dollars. → Read More

'In God we trust' emblazoned on Rapid City school buildings

In keeping with a new state law, the national motto "In God we trust" has been painted on prominent spots in all 23 of Rapid City's public school buildings. → Read More

Rapid City nearing two-year precipitation record

Rapid City is on track to have its wettest two-year period on record, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More