DEADWOOD — A Minnesota man pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges stemming from a high-speed pursuit that ended with the man getting shot by a less lethal shotgun round.
SPEARFISH — Join the Spearfish Chamber of Commerce at the 25th annual Taste of Spearfish on Monday, Jan. 29, an opportunity to try many local specialties all in one convenient location.
DEADWOOD — Deadwood Police Chief Kelly Fuller said law enforcement officers continue to follow up on leads coming in regarding a Spearfish man who went missing over the weekend.
SPEARFISH — Following an executive session Tuesday, the Spearfish City Council ratified the lawsuit recently filed against the Spearfish Volunteer Firefighters’ Association and engaged the law firm Lynn, Jackson, Shultz, and Lebrun to represent the city in the lawsuit going forward.
LEAD — Spearfish’s wrestling team won two duals at Thursday evening’s Lead-Deadwood Triangular, held at the Lead-Deadwood High School gym in Lead.
DEADWOOD — Deadwood will host the world’s best snowmobile racers this Friday and Saturday when the AMSOIL Championship Snocross returns to the Days of ’76 Event Complex in Deadwood.
SPEARFISH — Spearfish built a 22-point halftime lead Tuesday evening and defeated Hill City 62-39 in a varsity girls’ basketball game. The Spearfish High School gym in Spearfish hosted this contest.
NEWELL — The Newell Lady Irrigators took fifth place at the the West River Tournament Saturday, in Rapid City.
I don’t often use this column space as a personal column, finding historical topics much more interesting than my musings, unless something powerful inspires me to do otherwise, and sure enough, gratefulness is the topic of the week.
Spearfish High School dove into the One:One computing environment 12 years ago. Purchasing new computers for students every three years is a big investment. However, one well worth the money.
I think sometimes I forget that people have always traveled. When I think of the “olden days” before airplanes and trains and automobiles, I don’t always picture people ranging very far away from where they originally lived — but then I open a history book and realize my error. People took t…