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    • Wyoming teen nationally recognized for community service

      Seamus Casey is a 14 year old boy from Wyoming, flying to Washington D.C. to receive a national award for his dedication to community service. The Prudential Spirit of Community Award is the largest youth recognition program and Casey is one of only two people from Wyoming receiving this award. To learn more about this unique child, visit his website. 

    • 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!

    • 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. 

    • AARP Shredfest gives opportunity to shred important documents

      The AARP Shredfest April 23 at Rushmore Mall begins from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Shredding important documents like bank statements and tax information can prevent scammers from getting their hands on it and it will also protect you from identity theft. Any documents with personal information including your social security number or address should be shredded. 

    • Regional Health discusses the importance of organ donors

      Regional Health Rapid City Hospital's Nursing Department Director, Stephanie Battell discusses the importance of organ and tissues donors. They recently received the Impact Award from LifeSource for the first time in history, demonstrating the great care the providers give to patients. There is also a 5K walk/run starting at Founders Park, April 29 and registration begins at 12:30 p.m. 

    • Free GenCyber Girls Camp offered at SD Mines

      The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is hosting a free girls GenCyber security camp this summer. The deadline to register is quickly approaching on April 27. 

    • RCAS student raise funds for Washington D.C. trip

      Rapid City Area School 8th grade students have been fundraising throughout the year to send over 40 students on an all inclusive trip. They are hosting their largest event April 17 at North Middle School called Dining for DC. They are invited to community to enjoy catered food from Golden Phoenix Chinese Restaurant and are asking for a suggested donation of $15 per person. Doors open at 5 p.m., and dinner is served from 5:30 - 7 p.m. 

    • Remedies for Technology Addiction

      Do you ever find yourself scrolling through your Facebook feed with no true purpose or destination? Addiction to technology, that's the topic at hand. We may not have all the answers, however NewsCenter1's Natasha Acrie spoke with residents of Rapid City and a local psychologist to learn a few remedies.

    • Pet of the Week

      NewsCenter1 partners with the Humane Society of the Black Hills for this weekly feature of pets available to adopt.

    • Healthy Eating

      NewsCenter1's Healthy Eating segment spotlights a delicious and nutritious recipe each week.

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