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    Chronic illness has Rapid City woman in need of 2nd kidney transplant

    Chronic illness has Rapid City woman in need of 2nd kidney transplant

    A chronic illness has a Rapid City woman in need of a second kidney transplant. Woope Claymore has a disease called lupus. It's a chronic inflammatory disease that affects various parts of the body. The disease is attacking the kidney she received in a transplant several years ago from Rapid City resident Jim White. Now she needs a second kidney transplant.

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    Lemmon native saves soldiers in Afghanistan

    Lemmon native saves soldiers in Afghanistan

    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) _ A native of Lemmon, South Dakota, has been honored for saving the lives of four soldiers in Afghanistan. The Bismarck Tribune reports that military contractor Dave Jensen received the Secretary of Defense Medal of Valor during a recent ceremony at the Pentagon. The Army says Jensen was serving as an operational adviser with the U.S. Army Asymmetric Warfare Group in September 2012 when a CH-47 helicopter he was aboard was hit by a rocket. Jensen described his actions a...

    KOTA Territory restaurants stayed busy with Easter brunch-goers

    KOTA Territory restaurants stayed busy with Easter brunch-goers Video included

    After attending a church service full of people, it was time for Easter brunch-goers to attend a place full of food.At the Hotel Alex Johnson, hungry people had their choice of typical brunch foods like waffles and omelets, but they could also opt for lunch items like chicken and fish.Wade Lampert, hotel general manager, says a month of planning went into preparing for the event, with a week of food preparation. Lampert says nearly 500 people reserved a plate at the hotel's brunch. To accommo...

    Christian community celebrates Easter at Mount Rushmore Video included

    At seven in the morning Christians from all over came to celebrate the resurrection of Christ at Mount Rushmore.
    The Easter Sunrise Celebration included music, prayers and a sermon by Reverend Diane Janssen Hemmen of the Hermosa United Church of Christ.

    Rapid City DOC and police look for missing inmate

    Rapid City DOC and police look for missing inmate

    Rapid City, S.D.- Department of Corrections staff members and local law enforcement are searching for a missing state prison inmate in Rapid City.Inmate Paul Trejo walked away from the Rapid City Minimum Unit overnight.Trejo is a 26-year-old Native American male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5-feet 10-inches tall and weighs approximately 245 pounds.Trejo is currently serving a 10-year sentence with two years suspended for third-degree burglary out of Butte County.Anyone who sees Trejo...

    Women dies after fall while climbing Falling Rock

    Woman dies after fall while climbing Falling Rock

    Pennington County, S.D.- A 39 year old woman has died as a result of injuries sustained from a fall while rock climbing this afternoon.At 5:00pm, Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to Falling Rock for a report of an injured rock climber. Members of the Pennington County Search and Rescue team also responded and were able to extricate the victim. She was then transported by Life Flight to Rapid City Regional Hospital where she was pronounced dead.The Johnson Siding Fire Department, Rapid City ...

    KOTA Territory churches prepare for an early morning Easter celebration

    People will be up, bright and early Sunday at Mount Rushmore for a special church service at the amphitheater.

    New 24-hour recycling center replaces old Fairmont site

    You’ll have to go the extra mile if you want to be eco-friendly. The old Fairmont site where people use to drop off their recyclables and yard waste is now closed. It's been replaced with a new 24-hour facility on Highway 79 at the entrance to the landfill. Karl Merbach, superintendent of the Solid Waste Operations, said the city decided to take the money it would have used to repair the Fairmont site and build the new facility. "We think it's a great site. We have lights, we have security c...

    Sheriff, former deputy, and police chief run for Fall River County Sheriff Video included

    Three candidates are running for Fall River County Sheriff.

    Early voting begins; Penn. Co. Auditor expects high turnout Video included

    The first person cast a ballot in Pennington County at 8:01 Friday morning. A total of six had voted by noon.

    Bond set at $50K for Rapid City man involved in standoff Video included

    Lawrence Boise, 37, had his initial appearance in magistrate court Friday.  He is charged with three misdemeanors including trespassing, obstructing an officer and threatening law enforcement.

    Rapid City man charged with felony child abuse

    Jamey Brewer, 38, faces a felony count of child abuse and misdemeanor simple assault.

    Deadwood unveils first-ever multi-state progressive slots Video included

    Mark Hergert of Lead plays the new wide-area progressive game "Powerbucks" at Cadillac Jack's in Deadwood. The games are linked with casinos in New Jersey, with jackpots starting at a minimum of $1 million. (Courtesy Photo)

    Rep. Noem joining delegation to Asia-Pacific

    She's one of eight Republicans and one Democrat in a group led by House Majority Leader Eric Cantor of Virginia.

    Sioux Falls police recover evidence in homicide

    Brenda Lynn Hansen, 53, is dead, murdered by a man she knew, but wasn't romantically involved with, because he wanted her Oxycontin pills. (KSFY Photo)

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    • Chronic illness has Rapid City woman in need of 2nd kidney transplant

      Chronic illness has Rapid City woman in need of 2nd kidney transplant

      Chronic illness has Rapid City woman in need of 2nd kidney transplant

      A chronic illness has a Rapid City woman in need of a second kidney transplant. Woope Claymore has a disease called lupus. It's a chronic inflammatory disease that affects various parts of the body. The disease is attacking the kidney she received in a transplant several years ago from Rapid City resident Jim White. Now she needs a second kidney transplant.
      A chronic illness has a Rapid City woman in need of a second kidney transplant. Woope Claymore has a disease called lupus. It's a chronic inflammatory disease that affects various parts of the body. The disease is attacking the kidney she received in a transplant several years ago from Rapid City resident Jim White. Now she needs a second kidney transplant.
    • Lemmon native saves soldiers in Afghanistan

      Lemmon native saves soldiers in Afghanistan

      Lemmon native saves soldiers in Afghanistan

      BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) _ A native of Lemmon, South Dakota, has been honored for saving the lives of four soldiers in Afghanistan. The Bismarck Tribune reports that military contractor Dave Jensen received the Secretary of Defense Medal of Valor during a recent ceremony at the Pentagon. The Army says Jensen was serving as an operational adviser with the U.S. Army Asymmetric Warfare Group in September 2012 when a CH-47 helicopter he was aboard was hit by a rocket. Jensen described his actions a...
      BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) _ A native of Lemmon, South Dakota, has been honored for saving the lives of four soldiers in Afghanistan. The Bismarck Tribune reports that military contractor Dave Jensen received the Secretary of Defense Medal of Valor during a recent ceremony at the Pentagon. The Army says Jensen was serving as an operational adviser with the U.S. Army Asymmetric Warfare Group in September 2012 when a CH-47 helicopter he was aboard was hit by a rocket. Jensen described his actions a...
    • KOTA Territory restaurants stayed busy with Easter brunch-goers

      KOTA Territory restaurants stayed busy with Easter brunch-goers

      KOTA Territory restaurants stayed busy with Easter brunch-goers

      After attending a church service full of people, it was time for Easter brunch-goers to attend a place full of food.At the Hotel Alex Johnson, hungry people had their choice of typical brunch foods like waffles and omelets, but they could also opt for lunch items like chicken and fish.Wade Lampert, hotel general manager, says a month of planning went into preparing for the event, with a week of food preparation. Lampert says nearly 500 people reserved a plate at the hotel's brunch. To accommo...
      After attending a church service full of people, it was time for Easter brunch-goers to attend a place full of food.At the Hotel Alex Johnson, hungry people had their choice of typical brunch foods like waffles and omelets, but they could also opt for lunch items like chicken and fish.Wade Lampert, hotel general manager, says a month of planning went into preparing for the event, with a week of food preparation. Lampert says nearly 500 people reserved a plate at the hotel's brunch. To accommo...

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