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    • Vote Yes Rapid City kicks off campaign

      Early voting for the June 5 primary began on Friday, and supporters of a new Civic Center arena kicked off their campaign downtown. 

    • Rapid City students march, demand new gun legislation

      Rapid City students walked out of class and marched downtown to raise awareness for new gun laws on Friday.

    • 3 SD tribes to take over Sioux San Hospital management

      Three West River tribes set historic wheels in motion, filing paperwork to assume management of Sioux San Hospital from the Indian Health Service.

    • Pets of the Week: Leonard and Roscoe

      Meet Leonard and Roscoe! These orange tabbys are almost 2 years old. The brothers are inseparable and in need of a happy home. The cats are quite independent, yet timid due to their recent transition to the shelter. It’s required that they are adopted as a pair for $100 by someone with no allergies. Call the Humane Society of the Black Hills at 605-394-4170 to set up an appointment to meet them!

    • Faces in the Crowd: Seamus Casey

      Wyoming student Seamus Casey strives to benefit military families left behind by fallen service members. 

    • Looking at the future of drought in South Dakota

      At the 16th annual Western South Dakota Hydrology Conference, drought experts and hydrologists discussed the future of the ongoing drought situation in western South Dakota.

    • Rapid City Public Foundation Evening of Excellence highlighting top graduates

      Rapid City Public Foundation is hosting the Evening of Excellence highlighting top five percent of graduates from Central and Stevens High School. This year they will also be honoring a teacher. Over forty students will be honored for their academic success. The event is also a fundraiser for the grant program, but they are also asking for donations. 

    • Rapid City Chamber of Commerce Kentucky Derby Fundraiser

      The Rapid City Chamber of Commerce is hosting their annual Kentucky Derby Party April 28, at the Best Western Ramkota Hotel. This fundraiser directly benefiting the Rapid City economy. There are over $10,00 in cash prices and of course they will be service the traditional mint julip. Social begins at 5:30 and dinner begins at 6 p.m. Buy tickets here. 

    • Cubfest: A Black Hills Tradition

      As inclement weather conditions subside, it’s finally time for Cubfest 2018 at Bear Country! The annual event has become a Black Hills tradition, as thousands of people look forward to interacting with cuddly bear cubs.   

    • Girls Golf: Stevens wins Raider Invite, Trohkimoinen claims medalist honors

      Erin Trohkimoinen continued her outstanding play this season by winning another individual title on Thursday.

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