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    • Smudge Free Makeup

      In this week's Skincare Essentials, Professional Makeup Artist Jess Fewson talks about how to keep you eyeliner and lipstick smudge-free. 

    • Driver injured, horses killed in interstate crash

      The driver of a pickup was injured and two horses were killed in a crash on Interstate 90 east of Sioux Falls.

    • Gubernatorial candidates Jackley, Sutton share priorities

      Attorney General Marty Jackley and Senator Billy Sutton are running for governor of South Dakota and shared their priorities if elected. 

    • Minnesota man identified in fatal rollover south of Hot Springs

      A 73-year-old man died in a one-vehicle crash south of Hot Springs.

    • Dirt drag race wraps up inaugural Sturgis Off-Road Rally

      The inaugural edition of the Sturgis Off-Road Rally finished up Sunday with the finale event – Dirt Drag Racing. Nearly 100 ATVs were registered for the newest addition to the Sturgis rally line-up. Over four days, the off-road enthusiasts participated in an orienteering challenge, a poker run, and the Mayor’s ride, as well as evening socials. Even though the rally is new this year, it drew riders in from as far away as Iowa and Kentucky.

    • Rushmore Mall filled with drugs and bombs for joint training exercise

       When Rushmore Mall closed Sunday night, bombs and drugs were placed in different locations throughout the mall for a joint training exercise between the Rapid City Police Department and Ellsworth Air Force Base. 

    • Stevens captures cheer and dance titles at Raider Invitational

      Rapid City Stevens hosted the Raider Cheer and Dance Invitational on Saturday at Heier Gymnasium.

    • Elderly learn about growing older at Aging Expo

      South Dakota State University’s Extension hosted the second annual Aging Gracefully Expo, educating elderly on the progression of life, and the issues they might face as they age. 

    • 21-piece sculpture completes Main Street Square project

      After five years of precise carving, the sculpture at Main Street Square is finally complete. The sculpture, called “Passage of Wind and Water,” is just the latest addition to Main Street Square as part of an ongoing downtown revitalization project. Made of granite, it consists of 21 individual carvings. Each one is unique, and symbolizes different parts of life in South Dakota and includes aspects of Lakota culture.

    • SD Mines Volleyball falls to CSU-Pueblo in four sets

      South Dakota Mines hosted CSU-Pueblo on Saturday in women's volleyball. 

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