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    • Pet of the Week: Savannah

      This Pet of the Week is the sweet, Savannah! Her adoption fee is only $42. 

    • South Dakotans voice opinions on next farm bill

      U.S. Sens. John Thune and Mike Rounds, and U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem gathered in Mitchell to discuss the next farm bill.

      With just over a year left until the current bill expires, farmers and ranchers voiced their opinions on what they would like to see in the future. Their main concerns were the drought, plus agricultural and wetland regulation reform.

      Story: KDLT

    • 1880 Train celebrates 60 years with free rides

      The 1880 Train in Hill City celebrates 60 years in operation on Friday, Aug. 18. The steam engine-drawn train seats up to 400 passengers and offers a round-trip ride between Hill City and Keystone. Crew members are excited to celebrate with the community by offering free rides on the train and a day full of events at the State Railroad Museum. NewsCenter1's Natasha Acrie met with residents and visitors in Hill City to find out what makes the historical train special. 

    • Bell Pepper Loaded Bison Nachos

      These low-carb nachos are loaded with bison taco meat, cheese and all your favorite nacho toppings.

    • West Dakota Improv celebrates one year anniversary

      The West Dakota Improv of Rapid City, founded by Ryan Schendzielos, provides a platform for comedians throughout the Black Hills. Their set up is similar to the popular show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway.” The local club is breaking ground, and celebrating their one year anniversary on Friday at 8 p.m. They opened their doors on Aug. 12 of last year, and this event is open to the public.



    • Ask Andrew: Total Eclipse

      With the solar eclipse on Aug. 21, Meteorologist Andrew Shipotofsky explains what you can expect and how to protect your eyes in this week’s Ask Andrew segment.

      Ask your weather-related questions here.

    • City of Sturgis, Rally Samaritans go the extra mile

      There are only a few days left of the 77th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Organizations and officials are pitching in to make the remaining rally experience a pleasant one.   

    • Pet of the Week: Pookie

      Kendall and Andrew meet this Pet of the Week, Pookie.

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