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Logo contest launched

Organizers behind the Community Conversations ... the series of meetings designed to foster greater understanding between cultures in Rapid City ... are looking for a logo.

Warmer air may cause higher calls this holiday weekend

Calls they receive during the summer for heat issues are typically heat cramps, exhaustion, nausea and vomiting.

With many pools closed, families spend hot days in Main Street Square fountains

There are not a lot of places to cool off this late in the summer.  Children enjoy the free fun in the fountains to beat the heat!

Rapid City & Douglas School Districts releases students early

Rapid City & Douglas Schools Districts will release students early due to heat that has been plaguing the area all week long.  

Mitchell police officer kills man during struggle

Curtis James Meyer was shot and killed by a Mitchell Police Officer Russ Stevenson early Friday morning.

Two dead in a single motorcycle accident

The crash was around 3 p.m., on Highway 385 between Sheridan Lake and Pactola Reservoir.

Hot weather disrupts school activities

Rapid City Stevens football pushed its practice back to avoid the heat. But that wasn't an option for the Cobblers.

Father Bill laid to rest

The community says good-bye to Monsignor William O'Connell, recognized for his work on flood recovery and race relations

Saying goodbye to monsignor

Rapid City comes out in support of United Way "Day of Caring"

The United Way kicked off their annual "Day of Caring", where more than 900 volunteers from various organizations lent a hand to help the elderly, disabled and some non-profit organizations by…

Parents get a leg up on students in tech world

South Middle school is the district guinea pig, testing out a pilot project that will allow parents to update personal and student information from home.

Belle Fourche closes school early due to heat

In Belle Fourche Thursday administrators closed school early to escape the heat.

Four police gunned down across the country in the last two weeks

There's a growing anti-cop movement and it's taking the pride out of police work and instead putting targets on the backs of the men and women in blue.

Attorney general: Woman who died in jail was monitored

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Authorities in South Dakota say a 24-year-old woman who suffered a fatal methamphetamine overdose while in custody was asked repeatedly by jail staff whether she had…

Motorists to save $1.4 billion at the pump this labor day weekend

Americans hitting the road this weekend stand to see the cheapest Labor Day prices at the pump in over a decade.

Volunteers from around Sheridan help fight grass fires

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — Towns surrounding Sheridan came together to fight two grass fires in the area.

Logo contest launched

Warmer air may cause higher calls this holiday...

With many pools closed, families spend hot...

Rapid City & Douglas School Districts releases...

Mitchell police officer kills man during struggle

Two dead in a single motorcycle accident

Hot weather disrupts school activities

Saying goodbye to monsignor

Father Bill laid to rest

Rapid City comes out in support of United Way "...

Parents get a leg up on students in tech world

Belle Fourche closes school early due to heat

Four police gunned down across the country in...

Attorney general: Woman who died in jail was...

Motorists to save $1.4 billion at the pump this...

Volunteers from around Sheridan help fight...

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