Healthy compost will always contain herbicides that deteriorate before causing harm, but persistent herbicides degrade much slower and last long enough to damage plants, causing plants to curl, slow their growth and kill younger plants.
Executive director, Dexter Carman, announced that the Cave Collective will be moving to it’s new home at Aby’s Seed & Feed. The conversation came earlier when the owner reached out to the executive director.
13 restaurants are offering their regular menus, in addition to featured menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner that are only available during Restaurant Week which begins Wednesday and goes through the weekend.
Individuals living in Ward Four who are interested in serving in this position for the next year are asked to fill out an application and return it to the Sturgis Finance Office at Sturgis City Hall by 5:00 PM on Friday, February 26.
YFS staff started their labor of love on Monday with baking and are finished up frosting, sprinkles, and packaging Wednesday. From there, the thousands of homemade goodies will make their way as far as Kadoka and Spearfish.
Officer Tonya Sabin has a love for connecting with her community and wanted a way to build relationships with the area’s elderly population. So, for the upcoming holiday, she created, Police Be My Valentine.
A few South Dakota Mines organizations hosted a virtual presentation, giving Selwyn Jones, George Floyd’s uncle, an opportunity to speak with people from his home state of South Dakota, discussing justice and equality while telling his nephew’s story.
Although there are no hard restrictions, the Black Hills Stock Show does encourage masks, has hand sanitizing stations, and worked with Monument Health to provide some PPE. Most people however have decided not to mask up.
Feeding South Dakota has continued to see an increase in food security needs across the state. One volunteer shows up 4 days a week after retiring as a teacher and seeing food security issues firsthand.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the Black Hills last year the city planned for a down year in sales tax revenue. With some predictions of being down as much as 10%.Instead, the city saw a 3.08% increase in sales tax through November and an increase in monthly sales tax in 8 of the 11 recorded months.
Commission Chairman Jim Lintz says having to hold court proceedings at the Pennington County Courthouse was a burden for taxpayers and those having to make the 80-mile round trip between Custer and Rapid City.