SIOUX FALLS (AP) — Half of South Dakota’s population age 16 and over has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, the state’s Department of Health announced Saturday.
STURGIS — A third community presentation about the proposed Sturgis Lakeside Adventure Park will be today at the Sturgis Community Center.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A judge on Friday delayed a decision on whether the Dakota Access Oil pipeline should be shut down while the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers conducts an environmental review on the project, after lawyers for the pipeline asked for more time to outline the effects of recent…
WHITEWOOD — Residents head to the polls on Tuesday, April 13 to elect candidates for the Whitewood City Council Ward 3 The Black Hills Pioneer sent a candidate questionnaire to the individuals vying for one position, which carries a three-year term.
BELLE FOURCHE –– People traveling in and around Belle Fourche will soon need to start paying more attention when roaming the south side of town as a fast-approaching construction project at the intersection of U.S. Highways 34 and 85 is expected to create some traffic difficulties.
BELLE FOURCHE — Residents head to the polls on Tuesday, April 13 to elect candidates for the Belle Fourche School Board. The Black Hills Pioneer sent a candidate questionnaire to the individuals vying for two positions, which carry a three-year term.
DEADWOOD — Deadwood firefighters extinguished a blaze at the Black Hills Inn Hotel & Suites early Thursday evening.
A semi truck and trailer jackknifed Friday morning blocking the westbound lanes of Interstate 90 west of Exit 17. The accident occurred just east of the Airport Road underpass. According to the South Dakota Highway Patrol, the accident occurred around 6:30 a.m. when wind blew the trailer sid…
SPEARFISH — Spearfish Post 164 forged a 2-2 record against the Miles City Outlaws to open its varsity Legion baseball season at Black Hills Energy Stadium.
SPEARFISH — Eleven Spearfish Gymnastics Academy members will compete at Level 6-10 Region 4 meet slated for April 16-18 in Bettendorf, Iowa.
SPEARFISH — The Black Hills State University women's soccer team dropped a 3-0 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference decision to Westminster, Friday, at Ronnie Theisz Field in Spearfish.
SPEARFISH — The Black Hills State University women’s volleyball team wrapped up its spring season losing to Western Colorado three sets to one and losing three sets to none to Colorado State University-Pueblo, March 28, in Pueblo, Colo.
SIOUX FALLS — In the second day of competition of the USAG state meet the optional gymnasts from Spearfish took to the floor and put on a very impressive show winning two team championships at both Level 6 and Level 10.
STURGIS — The Sturgis Brown High School baseball team shut out the St. Thomas More Cavaliers, 14-0, in five innings, Monday, in Sturgis.
LEAD — Terry Peak conducted its first-ever Pond Skim event to celebrate the final weekend of the 2020-21 ski season. Participants skied down a hill and attempted to keep their balance while moving across a snow hole filled with water about four feet deep. Beach balls and inflatable rings add…
SPEARFISH — The Black Hills State University women’s soccer team lost to Metro State-Denver 3-1 Saturday afternoon, in Spearfish.
OPINION — My father would give me money and I would climb the chain-link fence, cross the Meadowbrook playground, and climb the stairs to the Meadowbrook Golf Course pro-shop.
OPINION — “Mom, I can’t take time off work today to take you to your doctor’s appointment, so I’ve arranged to pay for an Uber driver instead.”
OPINION — Opening Day should be a national holiday.
OPINION — National Review says nobody in his party likes him, and neither does anyone in the opposing party. The conservative magazine was discussing New York’s “scandal-challenged” governor, Andrew Cuomo. They could have easily been discussing South Dakota’s scandal-challenged attorney gene…
OPINION — How much is a tax deduction worth? Maybe less than your money scripts would have you believe. Here are some common ways that over-emphasizing deductions may reduce your tax bill, but actually cost you more money than you save.
OPINION — As the pandemic loosens its grip on us — or so we hope — we long for a return to routine.
OPINION — Every time there are shootings anywhere in this country, the middle part of the country (flyover country) prepares for the inevitable gun control dialogue that inevitably follows mass shootings. And the discussion always begins with assault weapons.
Our economy is recovering; the stock market is booming. Yet I’m hearing investors express much more fear now than they did last March when the stock market was falling off a cliff.