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  • Faces in the Crowd

    Faces in the Crowd

    Faces in the Crowd is a community spotlight, profiling people who are doing interesting and/or meaningful things in the Black Hills area.

    Faces in the Crowd is a community spotlight, profiling people who are doing interesting and/or meaningful things in the Black Hills area.

  • Pet of the Week

    Pet of the Week

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

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

  • BoBtanical Garden

    BoBtanical Garden

    BoBtanical Garden features a variety of tips from Master Gardeners Joe Hillberry and Mel Glover.

    BoBtanical Garden features a variety of tips from Master Gardeners Joe Hillberry and Mel Glover.

  • Top Performer

    Top Performer

    NewsCenter1 accepts nominations each month for athletes who go above and beyond, on the field and in the community.

    NewsCenter1 accepts nominations each month for athletes who go above and beyond, on the field and in the community.

  • Healthy Eating

    Healthy Eating

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

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

  • Wellness Wednesday

    Wellness Wednesday

    Wellness Wednesday offers health tips and medical news from top professionals in the Black Hills.

    Wellness Wednesday offers health tips and medical news from top professionals in the Black Hills.

  • RCAS Strategic Plan

    RCAS Strategic Plan

    Rapid City Area School District has created a 5-year plan to improve the educational experience for its students.

    Rapid City Area School District has created a 5-year plan to improve the educational experience for its students.

  • NC1 Series

    • Parched

      NewsCenter1's Andrew Shipotofsky delivers this three-part series on the drought in South Dakota, covering current conditions, the state's history of drought, and what the state will see this summer if trends continue.

    • Shop Small: Black Hills

      NewsCenter1’s Calvin Cutler traveled through the Black Hills and spoke to business owners and experts in Belle Fourche, Lead, and Rapid City about why America’s small businesses are important.

    • Civil Air Patrol

      South Dakota's CAP program is helping the Black Hills and communities across the nation in more ways than one.

    • Inside Fire Camp

      How does someone become a wildland firefighter? It starts in fire school.

    • Ellsworth: Aiming High

      Serving at Ellsworth Air Force Base is often the first experience away from home for these young men and women, so how do they adjust and make the community their own?

    • Sanford Lab: Discovering Science

      What was once the largest mining operation in the United States is now Sanford Lab - a state-of-the-art science facility 8,000 feet below ground. Explore the unknown as we learn how the research at Sanford Lab is contributing to extraordinary scientific discoveries.

    • Southern Hills: Expanding Their Roots

      Edgemont, Custer, and Hot Springs - all quiet, historic towns nestled in the Southern Hills. Established well over 100 years ago, each town had its claim to flame.

    • Rapid City: More Than a Gateway

      Rapid City has historically been known as the gateway to the Black Hills. But with continued economic growth, it’s now a destination.

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  • Vote Yes Rapid City kicks off campaign

    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. 

    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 march, demand new gun legislation

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

    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

    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.

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

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