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Plan laid out to eliminate, rebuild, renovate schools

With aging schools and dwindling budgets, the Rapid City Area School District has some difficult decisions to make.

Knowledge spread to public about nationwide hot topic

Monday night, a five person panel will meet with members of the public to open communication on both sides of the debate.

RCAS issue: renovate or replace aging schools

The Rapid City Area Schools board of education has a lot to ponder when it comes to the district’s aging schools.

Quarry expansion gets nod from planners

A gravel quarry south of Rapid City got the green light from county planners today to expand but citizens opposed to the plan say they'll appeal the decision to the Pennington County Commission.

High winds whipped up fires, injured several people

Wind gusts hit 78 mph and the sustained winds at times measured higher than 50 mph.

House committee send half-cent tax to floor

About $70 million raised from that tax would fund teacher pay raises; with the rest going to property tax relief.

An everyday champion of the Black Hills

Along with the professional athletes who took home a Super Bowl championship Sunday evening, there's a local whose just as much a champion as these pro athletes.

Ellsworth has high number of sexual assault convictions

The number of sexual assault reports has risen dramatically over the years, resulting in more convictions.

Community participates in Sturgis Legislative Crackerbarrel

There's been a lot of reaction circulating around the Half Cent Sales Tax, following it being filed on Tuesday. 

Rapid City's air quality

Rapid City historically has had air quality violations.

All-Time Monthly High In Concealed Carry Weapon Permits Issued

The increase in conceal carry weapon permits has continued into 2016

Rapid City chamber endorses education funding plan

Rationale is that an quality education program helps recruit businesses and a workforce.

Task force set to grapple with civic center issues

A 10-person task force will try to come up with solutions to "fix" the Don Barnett Arena.

Regional Health plans new hospital and clinic in Custer

The plan involves Regional partnering with Custer Community Health Service and the city of Custer to build the more than $18 million complex.

Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation... Slowing, or Progressing?

The Mountain Pine Beetle continues to impact the Black Hills National Forest. And, while it's affected nearly 447,000 acres since its outbreak in 1996, there may be a light at the end of the…

Plan laid out to eliminate, rebuild, renovate...

Knowledge spread to public about nationwide hot...

RCAS issue: renovate or replace aging schools

Quarry expansion gets nod from planners

High winds whipped up fires, injured several...

House committee send half-cent tax to floor

An everyday champion of the Black Hills

Ellsworth has high number of sexual assault...

Community participates in Sturgis Legislative...

Rapid City's air quality

All-Time Monthly High In Concealed Carry Weapon...

Rapid City chamber endorses education funding plan

Task force set to grapple with civic center issues

Regional Health plans new hospital and clinic...

Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation... Slowing, or...

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