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Walking past a laser tag game and vendors selling corn dogs Thursday at the Central States Fair, Jennifer Nelson stopped to sign a petition asking... [Read More]
The Kadoka Area football team made some big plays on the defensive end and found the end zone when it needed to as it took... [Read More]
Alexa Henry finished with three goals to lead the Rapid City Central girls soccer team to a lopsided 6-0 win over Sioux Falls Washington Friday... [Read More]
It's hard to tell what stood out the most in St. Thomas More's 51-0 win over Hot Springs Friday night in the Class 11B season... [Read More]
Most of the big numbers on the scoreboard and resultant leader changes came at the timed event end of the Central States Fairground Arena in... [Read More]
Adjustments made all the difference for the Wall football team Friday during the Eagles' season-opening 29-26 win over Harding County. [Read More]
Friday's Scores... [Read More]
Tags: South - Dakota - Prep
The Rapid City Rush announced Friday that goaltender Brad Barone has re-signed with the team for the 2019-20 ECHL season. [Read More]
Kenneth Higashi sat at attention, only his use of a wheelchair keeping him from rising to receive France's highest civil and military distinction, the Legion... [Read More]
A former Indian Health Service pediatrician convicted of sexually abusing Native American boys in Montana and awaiting trial for similar accusations on the Pine Ridge... [Read More]
The Department of Social Services will partner with the Rosebud Sioux Tribe to establish an intensive methamphetamine treatment program on the reservation, according to the... [Read More]
The Deadwood Mountain Grand has settled a lawsuit related to South Dakota's immigrant-investor scandal. [Read More]
What's everyone so excited about just because Gov. Noem wants answers to 315 hemp-related questions? As we slowly slip closer to legalizing more brain-numbing substances,... [Read More]
For a moment, it seemed as though what was usually assumed in Washington could no longer be taken for granted. President Trump was promising "very... [Read More]
If Gov. Kristi Noem's team could brainstorm 50 additional questions to impede the legalization of industrial hemp, she could create a novelty calendar covering all... [Read More]
Congress paralyzed on guns... [Read More]
Tags: Congress - Aug - letters
The Rapid City Stevens boys' golf team outpaced the rest of the field at the West River Open Thursday afternoon at Meadowbrook Golf Course. [Read More]
All Times Mountain... [Read More]
Things pretty much went as planned in the South Dakota School of Mines football team's first formal scrimmage of the season Wednesday afternoon, head coach... [Read More]
With both teams opening a week earlier than they had in the past few years, the 2019 South Dakota high school football season is a... [Read More]
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