LEAD — The 2nd annual Mini Miner’s Toy Drive is underway at Gold Mine Pizzeria in Lead.
BELLE FOURCHE –– The South Dakota Speech-Language-Hearing Association recently recognized a Belle Fourche therapist with the statewide Honors of the Association Award.
STURGIS — The holidays will be just a little brighter for area youth thanks to the efforts of law enforcement from Sturgis, Meade County, Summerset and the South Dakota Highway Patrol.
STURGIS — A sub-committee of the Meade School Board is being tasked with coming up with a plan that addresses the unique circumstances of educating the district’s rural students.
DEADWOOD — Followed by a report from Deadwood Lead Economic Development Corp. (DLEDC) Director Kevin Wagner, guest speaker Dr. Jared McEntaffer dove into data driving the housing demand dilemma in the Lead-Deadwood area, providing interesting national and local insights and offering opinions…
BROOKINGS — The Spearfish Gymnastics Academy Optional Team recently travelled across the state to open their competitive season at the Hula Fest, hosted by Gold Medal Gymnastics, in Brookings.
STURGIS — Sturgis’ varsity wrestling team earned a pair of victories at Thursday’s double dual event held at the west high school gym at Sturgis. The Scoopers defeated Huron 42-27 and toppled Aberdeen Central 60-9.
SPEARFISH — Spearfish boys’ basketball coach Erik Skoglund has a simple formula for Spartans’ success this season.
STURGIS — Brodie Eisenbraun, a junior at Sturgis Brown High School, and a punter for the Scoopers football team, was invited to the sixth annual Invite-only National Showcase Event held at Round Rock Dragon Stadium in Austin, Texas.
SPEARFISH — Black Hills State University’s indoor track teams hosted South Dakota School of Mines & Technology in the Yellow Jacket Holiday open held Friday and Saturday at the Young Center Fieldhouse.
A new funding process for assisted living services in South Dakota is good news for the state, senior citizens and their families.
When 19 al-Qaeda terrorists (15 of which were from Saudi Arabia) attacked the United States of America on Sept. 11, 2001 and took thousands of American lives, we Americans were filled with sorrow and anger. Days later, the U.S. Congress passed their first Authorization for Use of Military Fo…
It seems we’ve captured attention not just in South Dakota, but around the country and even the world with our new anti-meth campaign. We needed that. In today’s age, traditional messages don’t cut through the noise. We knew we needed to make a bold statement to make people stop and think… a…