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  • Custer State Park to reopen Monday, but trails still closedCuster State Park to reopen Monday, but trails still closed

    CUSTER | Custer State Park is set to reopen on a limited basis, a week after a wildfire closed the popular park in South Dakota.

    Rapid City Journal / 1 h. 52 min. ago
  • After fatal pedestrian crash, residents call for safety improvements - Rapid City JournalAfter fatal pedestrian crash, residents call for safety improvements - Rapid City Journal

    Rapid City JournalAfter fatal pedestrian crash, residents call for safety improvementsRapid City JournalAccording to city traffic engineer Steve Frooman, about 20,000 cars drive along Haines Avenue each day, with peak congestion occurring between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. at about 1,600 cars per hour. Six pedestrians have been struck by a car in the area of ...

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  • 'Millionaire' suspect chafes at cost of ankle monitor - Rapid City Journal'Millionaire' suspect chafes at cost of ankle monitor - Rapid City Journal

    Rapid City Journal'Millionaire' suspect chafes at cost of ankle monitorRapid City JournalLarry Lytle, 82, of Rapid City is charged with conspiracy, contempt, mail fraud, wire fraud and obstruction for allegedly ignoring a pair of 2015 federal court orders to stop making and selling handheld laser medical devices known as QLasers. Lytle ...

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  • 'Millionaire' suspect chafes at cost of ankle monitor'Millionaire' suspect chafes at cost of ankle monitor

    A local federal court defendant's recent claim of experiencing difficulty paying for his pretrial ankle monitor was rejected after prosecutors said the defendant possessed more than $1 million in bank and investment accounts.

    Rapid City Journal / 14 h. 10 min. ago
  • After fatal pedestrian crash, residents call for safety improvementsAfter fatal pedestrian crash, residents call for safety improvements

    On Nov. 15, Jason Loafer hitchhiked more than 100 miles from Martin to Rapid City. But less than 50 steps across Haines Avenue proved to be the most arduous part of the journey and ultimately, the end, too.

    Rapid City Journal / 14 h. 10 min. ago
  • Two Cents comments for Dec. 17Two Cents comments for Dec. 17

    Please tell me how the Republican tax plan is good for the middle class when it cuts millions from Medicare and Medicaid along with the children’s health program. This more than proves that Republicans are only concerned about their wealthy…

    Rapid City Journal / 14 h. 10 min. ago
  • Company raises $1.74 million for gold drilling near RochfordCompany raises $1.74 million for gold drilling near Rochford

    A Canadian company that wants to conduct exploratory drilling for gold in the Rochford area of the Black Hills recently raised nearly $2 million to support its efforts.

    Rapid City Journal / 15 h. 10 min. ago
  • Man gets 8 years in heroin OD death of Rapid City woman - Rapid City JournalMan gets 8 years in heroin OD death of Rapid City woman - Rapid City Journal

    Man gets 8 years in heroin OD death of Rapid City womanRapid City JournalA 21-year-old Rapid City man has been sentenced to eight years in prison for giving heroin to a woman who overdosed on the drug and died. Ryan Reif pleaded guilty to the federal offense in May, a year after he woke up one morning and found 19-year-old ...

    Google News / 16 h. 9 min. ago
  • Man gets 8 years in heroin OD death of Rapid City womanMan gets 8 years in heroin OD death of Rapid City woman

    A 21-year-old Rapid City man has been sentenced to eight years in prison for giving heroin to a woman who overdosed on the drug and died.

    Rapid City Journal / 16 h. 10 min. ago
  • White River boys take LNI crown in thrilling fashion - Rapid City JournalWhite River boys take LNI crown in thrilling fashion - Rapid City Journal

    Rapid City JournalWhite River boys take LNI crown in thrilling fashionRapid City JournalLocal · Crime & Courts · Education · Photo Galleries · Stock Show · Sports · Local Sports · High School · Rapid City Rush · Outdoors · Legion · Business · Entertainment · Movies · Music · Games & Puzzles · Interactive Media · Blogs · Podcasts · Webcams ...and more »

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  • Utah Grizzlies fight off Rapid City Rush's rally for 5-4 ECHL victory ... - Salt Lake TribuneUtah Grizzlies fight off Rapid City Rush's rally for 5-4 ECHL victory ... - Salt Lake Tribune

    Utah Grizzlies fight off Rapid City Rush's rally for 5-4 ECHL victory ...Salt Lake TribuneIf the Utah Grizzlies were suffering a hangover from Friday night's explosive eight-goal affair against the visiting Rapid City Rush, it didn't show. Rapid City, however, was determined to erase a bitter pill swallowed Friday. In what turned out to be ...Grizzlies sink Rush with late goals | Sports | rapidcityjournal.comRapid City Journalall 2 news articles »

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  • Legion Lake Fire 90 percent containedLegion Lake Fire 90 percent contained

    The Legion Lake Fire has grown to more than 54,000 acres but is now 90 percent contained, according to a news release.

    Rapid City Journal / 1 d. 1 h. 40 min. ago
  • Game, Fish and Parks say more geese are making Rapid City home for the winter - KotatvGame, Fish and Parks say more geese are making Rapid City home for the winter - Kotatv

    KotatvGame, Fish and Parks say more geese are making Rapid City home for the winterKotatv... Lake and Meadowbrook Golf Course. Game, Fish and Parks say the Black Hills help block the wind and cold, and makes it a perfect place for their winter hoome. "We'll start to see an influx of geese, and usually your peak numbers are January to ...

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  • Utah Grizzlies: Utah beats Rapid City, 8-3 - Deseret NewsUtah Grizzlies: Utah beats Rapid City, 8-3 - Deseret News

    Utah Grizzlies: Utah beats Rapid City, 8-3Deseret NewsMichael Pelech (one goal, two assists) made it 2-0, 8:57 into the game as Greger Hanson (one goal, two assists) picked off a puck at the blue line and Pelech (one goal, two assists) walked in one-on-one with the Rapid City goalie. The Rush tied the ...

    Google News / 1 d. 10 h. 9 min. ago
  • GF&P seeks to protect trout in Rapid CreekGF&P seeks to protect trout in Rapid Creek

    PIERRE | Officials for the state's Wildlife Division want more water flowing down Rapid Creek so trout can better survive future winters.

    Rapid City Journal / 1 d. 14 h. 10 min. ago
  • Two Cents comments for Dec. 16Two Cents comments for Dec. 16

    Rapid City should return to allowing its citizens to receive the harvested deer as they did in the past. While it's noble to deliver to the food pantry, many folks refuse the gamey meat.

    Rapid City Journal / 1 d. 14 h. 10 min. ago
  • ‘The future is bright for neutrino physics’‘The future is bright for neutrino physics’

    LEAD — Lead loves neutrinos, so when Nobel Day featured speaker Dr. John Wilkerson stated, “The future is bright for neutrino physics,” it was music to the audience’s ears.

    Black Hills Pioneer / 1 d. 14 h. 10 min. ago
  • Students at Spearfish High School exhibit work at winter art showStudents at Spearfish High School exhibit work at winter art show

    SPEARFISH — Parents, family members, friends, and community members got the chance to see the work of more than 120 Spearfish High School students that was showcased Tuesday during the annual winter art show in the high school commons.

    Black Hills Pioneer / 1 d. 14 h. 10 min. ago
  • Remembering Phibie this ChristmasRemembering Phibie this Christmas

    STURGIS — Phibie Joyce Moyer may have only graced this Earth for six years, but her caring spirit lives on, especially this holiday season.

    Black Hills Pioneer / 1 d. 14 h. 10 min. ago
  • Video lottery making a comebackVideo lottery making a comeback

    PIERRE | Officials said Thursday that South Dakota’s video lottery revenue is nearly back to the peak reached in 2008, before voters approved the statewide ban in 2010 against smoking in bars and restaurants that drove a big decline in…

    Rapid City Journal / 1 d. 15 h. 10 min. ago
  • Court hears dispute over historic Deadwood brothel nameCourt hears dispute over historic Deadwood brothel name

    The owner of a Deadwood gift store named after a historic brothel has filed suit against a nearby business, accusing it of trying to usurp the name.

    Rapid City Journal / 1 d. 22 h. 25 min. ago
  • 3 burros feared dead in Custer State Park fire3 burros feared dead in Custer State Park fire

    Custer State Park staff are concerned about the fate of three burros that are still unaccounted for following the Legion Lake Fire.

    Rapid City Journal / 2 d. 3 h. 40 min. ago
  • Commission proposes three bighorn sheep hunting licensesCommission proposes three bighorn sheep hunting licenses

    PIERRE | Three hunting licenses for bighorn sheep in a Black Hills unit might be available in South Dakota for 2018 and again in 2019.

    Rapid City Journal / 2 d. 5 h. 1 min. ago
  • High court decision halts Croell mine expansionHigh court decision halts Croell mine expansion

    A decision by the South Dakota Supreme Court has halted the expansion of a limestone mine just south of Rapid City by reversing a lower court's conclusion.

    Rapid City Journal / 2 d. 6 h. 25 min. ago
  • SBHS students learn about culture during exchangeSBHS students learn about culture during exchange

    WANBLEE — Sturgis Brown High School sophomore Sara Janz has a better understanding of the Lakota culture thanks to a student exchange to Crazy Horse School.

    Black Hills Pioneer / 2 d. 8 h. 40 min. ago
  • Community meeting draws attention to rising use of meth, other drugs in Butte Co.Community meeting draws attention to rising use of meth, other drugs in Butte Co.

    NEWELL — A townhall meeting in Newell Wednesday brought to light the rising use of drugs and alcohol in Butte County.

    Black Hills Pioneer / 2 d. 8 h. 40 min. ago
  • Jackson Boulevard: Stay the course or amend current redesign plans?Jackson Boulevard: Stay the course or amend current redesign plans?

    SPEARFISH — Should there be time to let bids for construction to occur in 2018, the Spearfish City Council needs to make a final determination about the upcoming Jackson Boulevard reconstruction project soon, City Administrator Mike Harmon said during Tuesday’s…

    Black Hills Pioneer / 2 d. 8 h. 40 min. ago
  • One heck of a Christmas present!One heck of a Christmas present!

    LEAD — The children were all nestled, all safe in their spots at the Boys and Girls Club of Lead-Deadwood, when Coeur Wharf officials showed up with a Christmas tree, goodies, gifts for more than 60 club families, and a…

    Black Hills Pioneer / 2 d. 8 h. 40 min. ago
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  • Man pleads guilty to fatally stabbing roommate at Rapid City motel - Rapid City JournalMan pleads guilty to fatally stabbing roommate at Rapid City motel - Rapid City Journal

    Rapid City JournalMan pleads guilty to fatally stabbing roommate at Rapid City motelRapid City JournalA Rapid City man has admitted fatally stabbing a 30-year-old woman at a local motel in March. Vincent Mousseaux, 24, pleaded guilty Thursday to first-degree manslaughter in the killing of his roommate Deziree Martinez. The offense, an unpremeditated ...Rapid City man admits to stabbing woman to death at Price MotelKEVN Black Hills Foxall 2 news articles »

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  • Rapid City on pace for another record year of construction - KotatvRapid City on pace for another record year of construction - Kotatv

    KotatvRapid City on pace for another record year of constructionKotatvThe hospital permit is third only to Black Hills Corporation's final permit of $45.8 million in 2016 for the Black Hills Energy headquarters facility on Mount Rushmore Road; and the $38 million hospital permit earlier this year for its phase two ...and more »

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  • Supreme Court: Quarry south of Rapid City can't expand without a mining permit - KotatvSupreme Court: Quarry south of Rapid City can't expand without a mining permit - Kotatv

    KotatvSupreme Court: Quarry south of Rapid City can't expand without a mining permitKotatvRAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA TV) An Iowa-based concrete company was dealt a blow by the South Dakota Supreme Court which ruled the company cannot expand its aggregate quarry south of Rapid City without a mining permit. In 2015 Croell Redi Mix bought the ...

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  • Capp becomes 34th SHS Fine Arts Hall of Fame inducteeCapp becomes 34th SHS Fine Arts Hall of Fame inductee

    SPEARFISH — Tuesday, the 34th inductee was welcomed into the Spearfish High School Fine Arts Hall of Fame: Jared “Cappie” Capp, Class of 1995, was inducted into the hall of fame under the visual arts, architecture, category.

    Black Hills Pioneer / 3 d. 8 h. 40 min. ago
  • Kirkegaard set to begin new chapter in careerKirkegaard set to begin new chapter in career

    STURGIS — Don Kirkegaard said success in his career is a combination of being in the right place at the right time and surrounding himself with good people.

    Black Hills Pioneer / 3 d. 8 h. 40 min. ago
  • South Dakota snowmobile trails open FridaySouth Dakota snowmobile trails open Friday

    LEAD — Snowmobile trails across South Dakota open Friday.

    Black Hills Pioneer / 3 d. 8 h. 40 min. ago
  • CourtsCourts

    ASHLEY M. SHEPPERSON, 19, 31 Willow St., was found guilty Dec. 5 of theft. Circuit Judge Paul S. Phillips gave her a suspended 30-day jail sentence, fined her $205 and placed her on six months of unsupervised probation.

    Rapid City News / 4 d. 23 h. 28 min. ago
  • Rapid City Public Works approves Urban Deer Harvest PlanRapid City Public Works approves Urban Deer Harvest Plan

    The Rapid City Public Works Committee approved a measure Tuesday authorizing the Parks and Recreation Department to hunt 150 deer within city limits during the 2017-18 season. These deer will be shot and killed by certified shooters near West Rapid City and the Skyline Drive Area, beginning in January, and will take two weeks to complete.

    Rapid City News / 5 d. 3 h. 47 min. ago
  • Your opinion: Should Rapid City shift east?Your opinion: Should Rapid City shift east?

    The open house will be held Wednesday, December 13, 2-6 p.m. in the first floor community room at the City/School Administration Building, 300 Sixth Street. The new zoning district is one of the recommendations from last year's Downtown Area Master Plan and would apply to the East of Fifth district in the downtown area, generally located between the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and Fourth Street.

    Rapid City News / 5 d. 8 h. 20 min. ago more
  • Former Ellsworth airman sentenced on child porn chargesFormer Ellsworth airman sentenced on child porn charges

    A former Ellsworth AFB airman was hit with a 10-year prison sentence Friday in federal court in Rapid City after earlier being convicted of child pornography charges.

    Rapid City News / 5 d. 10 h. 44 min. ago
  • Virtual coins come to Rapid CityVirtual coins come to Rapid City

    Bitcoins have grown quickly in the past year being accepted by restaurants or stores across the country. And now has found its way to Rapid City.

    Rapid City News / 5 d. 21 h. 26 min. ago
  • Storm Center Update - Monday PM, December 11Storm Center Update - Monday PM, December 11

    Skies are mostly cloudy across the KELOLAND region, and we've had some light rain showers in Pierre and central South Dakota. Temperatures have still been above-normal in the 30s to low 40s.

    Rapid City News / 5 d. 23 h. 33 min. ago
  • Household improvement loans available for Rapid City homeownersHousehold improvement loans available for Rapid City homeowners

    The City of Rapid City is offering loans to people who need to update their house but may not be able to afford it. The program is intended for housing issues that include structural, safety, energy-efficiency and handicap accessibility.

    Rapid City News / 6 d. 3 h. 47 min. ago
  • Payment plan in place for Countryside Property ManagementPayment plan in place for Countryside Property Management

    Countryside Property Management has running water again after a plan was put in place by the city of Rapid City. The management company had a delinquent bill of more than $100,000.

    Rapid City News / 6 d. 3 h. 47 min. ago
  • Pedestrian arrested after getting hit by carPedestrian arrested after getting hit by car

    Another pedestrian is hit by a car in Rapid City when he steps out into a street far from a crosswalk. This time, the pedestrian only has minor injuries.

    Rapid City News / 6 d. 5 h. 57 min. ago
  • Storm Center Update - Monday AM December 11Storm Center Update - Monday AM December 11

    It will be a windy day as Wind Advisories cover much of KELOLAND. Expect northwest winds at least 20-30 mph with higher gusts.

    Rapid City News / 6 d. 14 h. 51 min. ago
  • Storm Center Update Friday PM - December 8Storm Center Update Friday PM - December 8

    We have had a deck of thick clouds move through eastern KELOLAND, while some filtered sunshine has punched through the clouds in Rapid City and the far west. Temperatures are behind held down by the clouds, with afternoon temperatures in the 20s to mid 30s East River, with brisk winds pushing Rapid City and the west into the 40s to low 50s.

    Rapid City News / 8 d. 23 h. 23 min. ago more
  • Authorities looking for inmate who walked away from job site in Rapid CityAuthorities looking for inmate who walked away from job site in Rapid City

    Authorities say they are looking for an inmate who walked away from a community service job site in Rapid City on Friday. According to the South Dakota Department of Corrections, Marvin Nunn was serving 20 years for second degree burglary and 10 years for grand theft out of Pennington County.

    Rapid City News / 9 d. 3 h. 48 min. ago
  • Second Twin Cities TV newsperson in 3 months undergoes foot amputationSecond Twin Cities TV newsperson in 3 months undergoes foot amputation

    "This is not an end of the world type thing. It's a new beginning," said the morning news anchor for KSTP 5 Eyewitness News in a telephone interview Thursday while he waited to be released from the Hennepin County Medical Center.

    Rapid City News / 9 d. 10 h. 56 min. ago
  • Pine Ridge police land big recruiting classPine Ridge police land big recruiting class

    There's good news for the short-staffed police on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The Public Safety Department has landed its largest recruiting class in years.

    Rapid City News / 9 d. 20 h. 7 min. ago