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According to Friday's Journal, Noem's barbaric trapping program has cost the taxpayers $181,730 so far! Where is the money coming from, and what important programs... [Read More]
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In the latest development in a lawsuit against state officials, the American Civil Liberties Union is asking a federal court to stop South Dakota from... [Read More]
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Even if his bid for re-election fails, Mayor Steve Allender said he won't feel as though he has lost. [Read More]
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I'll be thinking of my friend, Bob, tomorrow on Memorial Day. [Read More]
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Up until late last year, Ella Coleman, a diminutive, soft-spoken Oglala Sioux grandmother who lives in one of the hundreds of mobile homes on the... [Read More]
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Unfortunately, we must raise taxes and spend $180 million to replace five worn-out, 60- to 70-year-old schools, plus spend an additional $70 million to upgrade... [Read More]
Tags: schools - OURS - spend
Disc golf is a great sport... [Read More]
Tags: Disc - letters - golf
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While Deubrook Area captured it's third consecutive Class B State Track and Field girls' title, White River sophomore Caelyn Valandra-Prue was the star of the... [Read More]
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Rapid City Stevens graduate Emma Burns, a freshman catcher with the University of Minnesota softball team, will be playing in the College World Series. [Read More]
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Despite an impressive history of success in previous state meets - three titles in last four years in girls, and five of last six in... [Read More]
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As dominant as Elizabeth Schaefer has been in her track career at Rapid City Stevens, she had one extra hurdle to clear at the Class... [Read More]
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Sioux Falls... [Read More]
Tags: SDHSAA - State - Track
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Because our short-sighted and ill-informed governor vetoed a popular hemp bill that included provisions for CBD, a respected decades-old Rapid City business is dealing with... [Read More]
Due to the recent snow storm and slippery conditions, the Forest Moon Walk scheduled for May 25 has been rescheduled. [Read More]
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The Pennington County Sheriff's Office will launch its boat patrol program today. [Read More]
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It could be described as the biggest jigsaw puzzle in Rapid City. [Read More]
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The Rapid City Journal will be closed on Monday for the Memorial Day holiday. The Journal will not be publishing a paper on Memorial Day.... [Read More]
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Memorial Day events in the Black Hills will pay tribute to all United States servicemen and women who have died while on active duty. The... [Read More]
The American people are sending a pretty clear message to Washington: They are sick and tired of the investigations into President Trump and don't want... [Read More]
It was another election that couldn't be lost until it was. Rived by years of infighting, Australia's conservative governing coalition was trailing in the polls.... [Read More]
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