After a fight with ulcerative colitis and prognosis of one year to live, Rachel and Ross Pfeifle have done just about everything they can to start a family of their own and now, things are coming to fruition.
We’ve heard about the Biden administration's vaccine mandate approaching for businesses with more than 100 employees, but there are still many questions to be answered about the technicalities of the order and the implementation status.
According to a social media post made by Rapid City Area Schools, there was heavy law enforcement presence at Central High School after a message indicating that students were planning to “shoot up” the school, circulated on Snapchat.
Halloween is only a weekend away. It prompts kids to run around scaring their friends, and go door to door seeking out candy dressed as ghouls, goblins and ghosts. But, who's to say all the fun is for people? The first annual Tails & Treats goes to show horses can be involved with the festivities too.
State legislator Taffy Howard, who is challenging incumbent congressman Dusty Johnson, said that having a physical barrier, like the wall proposed by former President Donald Trump, is crucial to U.S. immigration policy.
Tracy Laughlin, William long, Gilbert Reyna and Travis Nelson all want to be tried together, but the state wants to sever each case and try them individually. The main issue is whether or not one defendant’s rights could be violated if another defendant testifies against them at a joint trial.
The Citizens Vision Fund Committee is made up of nine members who will work until December on how to dedicate the funds. Then, they'll recommend their findings to City Council, who will make the final decision on how the funds will be allocated within the community.
Chief of Rapid City Police, Don Hedrick, says “It’s going to allow folks that need assistance to be closer to their resources in our community, as opposed to being shipped across the state. They’re going to be closer to their connections. Closer to their family members and support, and that’s so important in a time of crisis.”
Although South Dakota has a number of local and small-scale processors, there’s only one large plant, DemKota, in Aberdeen and Sustainable Beef would actually be slightly closer for a number of west river ranchers. Plus another processor in the area could mean more demand and higher prices for ranchers.
The Rapid City Vision Fund Committee is hearing 11 of 23 presentations Wednesday. Each project is asking for a slice of the 24-million dollar pie that’s been accumulated from the Rapid City Vision Fund Sales Tax over the last three years.
A marijuana summer study committee has been working on legislation to legalize the adult use of recreational marijuana. It’s an issue that could potentially be back on the ballot for South Dakotans in 2022.