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Rapid City, SD, United States

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Recent articles by Nick:

SD Tourism Department announces new out-of-state partners in ad campaign

After only one South Dakota company bid for the partnership, the four out of state companies were selected because of what the Department of Tourism sees as new and fresh ideas to give South Dakota tourism a broader appeal. → Read More

1972 Flood exhibit opens at Journey Museum

The display features a timeline of events that took place on June 9th, as well as photos, and a map of the area impacted by the flood. → Read More

Sheriff candidates speak to Republican Women meeting as election nears

After 11 years with Kevin Thom at the helm at the Pennington County Sheriffs Office, it’s time for voters to pick a new Sheriff. → Read More

Main Street Square prepares for 9th Fruhlingsfest this weekend

The event is this coming May 21st from 1 PM to 5PM, and will feature several selections from breweries across the area. → Read More

SDSU Poll shows strong support for incumbents prior to June primary

The polls shows Governor Kristi Noem is holding a strong 44-point lead over challenger Steve Haugaard, with 22% of potential Republican voters saying they’re not sure who to vote for. → Read More

Rapid City officials named to national commission to investigate Missing and Murdered Indigenous people

The Not Invisible Act, signed into law in 2019, forms a commission made up of law enforcement, tribal leaders, and family members of Missing and Murdered Indigenous People. → Read More

SD National Guard troops welcomed home, more to be sent to Europe

The Guard soldiers were welcomed home with a ceremony at the Aviation Readiness Center, attended by Governor Kristi Noem, Senator Mike Rounds, and Congressman Dusty Johnson. → Read More

A prostate cancer treatment returns to Rapid City after 15 years

The treatment is called high-dose-rate brachytherapy, which uses a radioactive pellet to focus on the prostate, while minimizing radiation to the surrounding tissue. → Read More

Ellsworth AFB making final preparations for Air Show

Officials are expecting a big turnout, with lots of additional attractions for those wanting to take in the action. → Read More

Blue Angels pilots visit Douglas High School

The pilots spoke with the middle schoolers about their experiences in the Blue Angels, and the importance of leadership. → Read More

Rapid City officials announce events to commemorate 50th anniversary of 1972 flood

City officials are putting the finishing touches on plans to commemorate the 50th anniversary, which takes place in less than a month. → Read More

Protesters gather in support of abortion rights at Pennington County courthouse

The protest comes after a draft decision was leaked Monday night, indicating a 5-4 decision to overturn Roe. → Read More

No COVID-19 patients currently in Monument Health hospitals

Monument made the announcement Friday, and Dr. Shankar Kurra says although this may change in the coming days, the milestone is worth celebrating. → Read More

Source: New RCAS teacher contracts to go out Monday

According to a Rapid City Area Schools email sent to district staff, the district and teacher’s union have reached an agreement for new teacher contracts ahead of the 2022-2023 school year. → Read More

B9Creations celebrates 10th anniversary in Rapid City

Since it’s founding, the company has expanded its global footprint to 70 countries, and was listed as a fastest growing company nationwide by INC. 5000. → Read More

May 5th is Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Awareness Day

South Dakota Urban Indian Health says indigenous women and girls are missing or reported as murdered ten times more that Caucasian women. → Read More

Shooting victim’s family protests officer-involved shooting

Thursday, the family of the individual who died spoke out against what they call unnecessary force used by the Rapid City Police Department. → Read More

Rapid City clinic using Medical Assisted Treatment to quell opioid abuse

Project Recovery administers MAT to addiction victims in the Black Hills area. → Read More

Teepee set up in honor of indigenous SD Mines graduates

The school’s inclusion committee has enlisted the help of Robert Cook, a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, to put up the teepee each year. → Read More

Rep. Johnson discusses Ocean Shipping Reform Act

The House version of the bill passed 364 to 60 in December. → Read More