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Nathan Thompson

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Rapid City, SD, United States

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Rapid City Council candidates vie for votes

Two seats are up for election on the Rapid City Council, one each in Ward 2 and Ward 5. → Read More

Deadwood casinos see first downturn in 18 months, report shows

Deadwood's casinos saw their first downturn in March, following 18 months of near-record results. → Read More

North Dakota man dies following boxing match in Rapid City

A North Dakota man died Sunday following a Saturday boxing match in Rapid City. → Read More

Groundbreaking for new South Middle School set for March 31

Rapid City Area Schools is preparing to hold an official groundbreaking for the new South Middle School on March 31. → Read More

Sturgis man arrested following Spearfish bank robbery

A Sturgis man has been arrested following a bank robbery Monday in Spearfish. → Read More

Man arrested after attempting to steal a vehicle with two children in it

A man is in custody after a car with two children inside was nearly stolen Wednesday morning in west Rapid City. → Read More

Custer State Park fire burns at least 58 acres, officials say

A fire that sparked late Thursday evening in Custer State Park has burned at least 58 acres, officials said Friday. → Read More

Snapshots: Who's at the rally

Lilah Eberly, 14, of Frederick, Colo., sits by a chopper bike that she built with an 80cc Predator engine at the Buffalo Chip. Grace Pritchett / Journal staff Grace Pritchett and Nathan Thompson, Journal staff How many rallies have you attended previously? This is my second year being in Sturgis. Favorite thing about the rally? Seeing all the different kinds of bikes because then I get… → Read More

Meade County issues emergency burn ban effective immediately

The Meade County Commission issued a burn ban for the county effective Tuesday until fire conditions improve. → Read More

Gov. Noem signs Deadwood sports betting bill into law

Gov. Kristi Noem signed Senate Bill 44 on Thursday, which brings sports gambling to Deadwood. → Read More

Student faces disciplinary action for bringing BB gun to East Middle School

An East Middle School student is facing disciplinary action after bringing a BB gun to school on Tuesday. → Read More

Petting zoo provides youth with a hands-on experience

A lifelong love of farm animals and educating children about them is a passion for Theresa Derr. → Read More

Wind gusts as high as 93 mph reported in western South Dakota

Extremely high winds across most of South Dakota have changed travel plans for some traveling on east-west highways. → Read More

Wharf Mine reports record third quarter results

The Wharf Mine near Lead saw record gold production in the third quarter, owner Coeur Mining recently reported. → Read More

Record number of early votes cast in Meade, Custer counties

Absentee balloting in Meade and Custer counties are breaking new records during the 2020 general election. → Read More

Sturgis to hold city-wide cleanup next week

STURGIS | The city of Sturgis will be holding its fall city-wide cleanup Monday through Friday next week. → Read More

ProRodeo Finale benefits Rapid City, organizers say

Getting back to big things. That's the message from Visit Rapid City as the area hosts three large events this week. → Read More

Firehouse Brewing Co. evacuated for smoke Wednesday

× Sign Up Today and Support Local Journalism Enjoy more articles from Rapid City's Most Trusted Information Source. Subscribers can log in for unlimited digital access Crews from four Rapid City Fire stations responded to a call of smoke Wednesday night at Firehouse Brewing Co., 610 W. Main Street. The restaurant was evacuated. No structural damage or flames were reported. Nathan Thompson,… → Read More

Democracy in Action recognizes Women's Equality Day

× Sign Up Today and Support Local Journalism Enjoy more articles from Rapid City's Most Trusted Information Source. Subscribers can log in for unlimited digital access A group of advocates met Wednesday at Wilson Park in Rapid City to mark the 100th anniversary of women receiving the right to vote. Nathan Thompson, Journal staff A group of 40 women gathered Friday at Wilson Park to recognize… → Read More

Rapid City Fleet Farm store opens Friday

Rapid City shoppers will have a new retail mega-store to explore when Fleet Farm officially opens Friday. → Read More