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NFL Protests: Public opinion from Downtown Rapid City
People in Downtown Rapid City shared their opinion regarding the NFL protests Monday.
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. FULL STORY HERE
The Black Hills Raptor Center Pt 1
The Black Hills Raptor Center is a volunteer-ran, non-profit organization based in Rapid City. Their mission is to increase community awareness of native birds and assist injured or orphaned birds through rehab and release. The founders of the organization are Maggie Engler and John Halverson, who offer various educational programs throughout the Black Hills. LEARN MORE HERE
The Black Hills Raptor Center Pt 2
The Black Hills Raptor Center is a volunteer-ran, non-profit organization based in Rapid City. Their mission is to increase community awareness of native birds and assist injured or orphaned birds through rehab and release. The founders of the organization are Maggie Engler and John Halverson, who offer various educational programs throughout the Black Hills. ENJOY MORE BIRDS HERE
RCRH sports medicine director shares tips for young athletes
Athletes from across the Black Hills are preparing for upcoming sports seasons, both on and off the field. That's why it's important to stay safe and healthy. FULL STORY HERE
Jackley announces unit to fight disability, social welfare program fraud
Attorney General Marty Jackley announced a Dedication Event to launch the South Dakota Cooperative Disability Investigations Unit.
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.
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North Dakota's bill rises for oil pipeline protest costs
North Dakota's bill for policing protests of the Dakota Access pipeline continues to rise.
Stevens High School Special Olympian surprised with USA games bid
A local athlete received quite a special surprise during her history class at Stevens High School. Special Olympics swimmer Addison Whitney was selected to participate in the 2018 Special Olympics USA games.