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Willow Park received a new addition for Arbor Day

The Rapid City Sustainability Committee and the Black Hills Chapter of Dakota Rural Action want to keep Rapid city as Tree City USA.

First female trooper to patrol on police special Harley Davidson motorcycle

The South Dakota Highway Patrol adds three new motorcycles to the force, with six trained troopers.  27 year old Chasney Ford is the first female to do the job on two wheels.

With recent national police cases, people want change

President Obama recently proposed $263 million for cameras, and the Federal Justice Department today announced a $20 million pilot program to start buying the equipment.

Drug-related arrests on the rise in Wyoming

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming arrests tied to drug use are on the rise while alcohol-related arrests are dropping.

Federal board delivers mixed decision on uranium license

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — A federal board has revised a license granted to a company that wants to mine for uranium in western South Dakota.

Little Anthony's family continues to benefit from CMN in a big way

Imagine your child isn't healthy, that he or she is in the hospital for months at a time.  For one KOTA Territory family that scenario is a reality.

Reviving Rapid City dispels rumors and misconceptions

Speakers say the opt out is necessary to continue funding busing, extracurricular activities, and current academic programs.

Bear sighting is too close for comfort for Sheridan mom

A mother and two small children get a little too close for comfort to a young brown bear.

Proposed building code change debate is heating up

The removal of one section of a localized version of the international residential building code, is being discussed.

Spearfish police rescue dogs, arrest Wisconsin woman

Police seized 36 dogs and six cats that were being transported through town, presumably from a puppy mill and en route to start another one, according to information from the Western Hills…

Youth and Family Services fights childhood obesity

Putting Children First, in KOTA Territory, Youth and Family Services is on the front lines in the fight to get kids to exercise and eat a healthy diet.

Twins Erin and Ethan are doing well thanks to support from CMN

Taking care of sick kids is just part of being a parent, but some babies come into the world too early, and they need special care from the get–go.  That's where Children's Miracle Network…

How to make your house grand and luxurious

May 2nd and 3rd for parade of homes 

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State board takes input on proposed Harney Peak name change

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Supporters of renaming Harney Peak in the Black Hills are making their case in front of a state board.

Building permits in March the third highest since 2000

This draws the focus of Mayor Sam Kooiker's second quarterly progress report on Wednesday.

Willow Park received a new addition for Arbor Day

First female trooper to patrol on police...

With recent national police cases, people want...

Drug-related arrests on the rise in Wyoming

Federal board delivers mixed decision on...

Little Anthony's family continues to benefit...

Reviving Rapid City dispels rumors and...

Bear sighting is too close for comfort for...

Proposed building code change debate is heating up

Spearfish police rescue dogs, arrest Wisconsin...

Youth and Family Services fights childhood obesity

Twins Erin and Ethan are doing well thanks to...

HOMESHOW

How to make your house grand and luxurious

State board takes input on proposed Harney Peak...

Building permits in March the third highest...


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