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    • Project SEARCH offers medical experience to students

      As the school year ends, graduates throughout the Black Hills are getting ready for the next phase of their lives. Five local students are well prepared to take their new skills to the workforce.

    • The Caputa Alpacas farm is a family-friendly attraction just miles east from Rapid City. Visitors can interact with a herd of the animals.

    • Pet of the Week: May 26

      The Pet of the Week is Elowen - a female terrier mix who is ready for her forever home! Call 605-394-4170 to adopt her from the Humane Society of the Black Hills.

    • Jewelry with Purpose: Tailored Faith Co.

      Local woman Jasmine Walter is giving back by hand-crafting jewelry and sharing the profits with charity.

    • Blackened Shrimp Avocado Cucumber Bites

      In this week's Healthy Eating segment, Anya makes a scrumptious appetizer.

    • 15,000 flowers, shrubs planted to beautify Rapid City

      Crews from the city’s Parks and Recreation Department are taking steps to beautify Rapid City. Thousands of flowers and shrubs are set to be planted throughout the area.

    • Just Try It Tuesday: Acupuncture

      Anya & Lewis try out acupuncture at Thrive Acupuncture & Wellness. 

    • Daily Skincare Routine

      In this edition of Skincare Essentials, Anya sits down with Dermatologist, Dr. Linda Fromm from Fromm Dermatology, P.C. for some insight into a daily,skin care routine. 

    • Relay for Life organizing teams now

      The American Cancer Society is asking for all community members to participate in the 25th annual Relay for Life of Pennington County.

    • More vendors, new location for Black Hills Farmers Market 2017

      The Black Hill Farmers Market is back in town, with a new location!  

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