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Siandhara Bonnet

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Recent:
  • Rapid City Journal
Past:
  • Casper Star-Tribune

Recent articles by Siandhara:

Visit Rapid City to take next steps in sports commission

The long-awaited sports commission is on the way to Rapid City. → Read More

12-year-old hugs law enforcement across United States

Rosalyn Baldwin decided when she was 6 years old she wanted to show law enforcement personnel they were loved. → Read More

Rapid City community diaper drive to begin next week

Rapid City offices and organizations will collect diaper donations from the community Sept. 26 through Oct. 3. → Read More

Local girl earns top Girl Scouts award

Teagan Hudson loves animals and believes they all deserve a home. → Read More

Fire extinguished before reaching homes on Signal Drive

Crews with the Rapid City Fire Department quickly doused the flames of a fast-growing fire Monday afternoon. → Read More

Rapid City High School's construction program receives donation

The Construction Industry Center is investing in Rapid City’s future. → Read More

Rapid City to celebrate Native American culture, Giago's memory

After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Native American Day Parade is back. → Read More

Building Blocks: Capt. James Johns finds moments to change world

Though it wasn’t his original plan, South Dakota is home for the Rapid City Police Department’s Capt. James Johns. → Read More

Meals on Wheels in need of more drivers

Inflation may be a contributing factor to the four additional routes for Meals on Wheels in Rapid City. → Read More

Music festival returns to Piedmont

A two-day bass music festival will vibrate through Piedmont Friday for its third iteration. → Read More

Building blocks: RCAS teacher dedicates life to students

Al Johnson is a thief and encourages his students to be the same. → Read More

Staffing changes made to cover open RCAS teaching positions

When Rapid City Area Schools classes begin Aug. 30, teachers will be in front of students. → Read More

Sturgis closes book on 82nd Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

There were fewer attendees during the 82nd Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, according to preliminary information. → Read More

Snapshots: Who's at the rally

How many rallies have you attended previously? I've been here umpteen times. About 10 years. Favorite thing about the rally? I cut clothes off of women all day, how much fun can I have? I enjoy what I do. I'm now doing it full-time. Matt Bergen and Rochelle Jones came to the rally for the first time this year. The couple said they were on their way back home from a fair and decided to stop by.… → Read More

Lynyrd Skynyrd ready to come home to Buffalo Chip

After four years away, Lynyrd Skynyrd will return to the Buffalo Chip's Wolfman Jack Stage Sunday night. → Read More

Council approves resolution opposing exploratory drilling

The Rapid City Council is against the proposed Jenny Gulch exploratory drilling. → Read More

Rally traffic changes to go into effect this week, next

All the temporary traffic lights in Sturgis for the 82nd annual rally may be in by the end of the week. → Read More

Democratic candidates host meet-and-greet in Rapid City

Jamie Smith said he cannot do it alone. → Read More

Rapid City sees thousands of dollars in damage from vandalism

People of interest have been identified in a recent bout of vandalism in Rapid City parks as of Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Fees remain the same for some city licenses, fees, permits

A clause was removed from a resolution dealing with fee changes for licenses, permits and applications Monday night. → Read More