Take a break and get caught up on what’s happening in and around Rapid City.
- Sturgis to host 'Leprechaun Hunt' this March
The City of Sturgis Events Department is sponsoring the Sturgis Leprechaun Hunt, a scavenger hunt which features $300 in prizes.
- Custer caving pioneers establish music scholarship at BHSU
Climbing and caving pioneers, Herb and Jan Conn, have left Black Hills State University $351,000 to establish the Sara N. Dipity II Scholarship for students majoring in music.
- South Dakota Science and Technology Authority celebrates 20 years
Multinational scientific projects located at SURF, such as the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, have lifespans measured in decades.
- DOT to hold public meeting about Hwy. 385 construction project
The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 12 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Rimrock Church, located at 12200 S.D. Highway 44 in Rapid City.
- Bluey's live show returns to The Monument this July
Grab the sticky geckos, break out the duck cakes and alert the grannies — Bluey's Big Play The Stage Show is returning to Rapid City on Thursday, July 25.
- Rapid City seeks balance in managing beaver population to protect watershed
During a Rapid City city council meeting advocates for watershed health, including the Black Hills FlyFishers, called on officials to address the impact of beavers along Rapid Creek.
- RCAS Board of Education election deadline for filing approaching
Anyone looking to run for RCAS school board from these respective areas must obtain a nominating petition which can be obtained from the Rapid City Area Schools business office located at 625 9th Street, between the […]
- Douglas School board moves forward with construction discussion
In the absence of Superintendent Kevin Case, the Douglas School District board began the early stages of discussion for new track facilities and a security entrance at Douglas High School.
- Meet the man who exposed Mike Lindell's election lies and won $5 million
SIOUX FALLS – Bob Zeidman has visited South Dakota just once in his lifetime. He could be $5 million richer because of it.
- Eminent domain is the latest front in carbon pipeline fight
Some of the most contentious, emotionally charged debates during the 2024 South Dakota legislative session have been about property rights.