SPEARFISH — In his latest book, “Strategic Risk Leadership: Engaging a World of Risk, Uncertainty, and the Unknown,” Dr. Peter Young explores the theory and techniques behind risk leadership and seeks to explain how people in leadership roles can approach the uncertainty of a given risk from…
LEAD — At a time when so many businesses are scaling back their operations, or changing the way they do business, Marty Venburg is expanding his operation with Big Trout Deli, on Main Street in Lead.
LEAD — With the Lead-Deadwood School District’s construction season confined to a narrow June through August time frame, the COVID-19 school closure may be a silver lining as it would allow crews to get in the elementary school early to begin Phase 2B of renovations.
BELLE FOURCHE — A local songwriter, composer, and filmmaker is looking for Belle Fourche locals interested in participating in a mini documentary about how life in the Center of the Nation is persevering throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
SPEARFISH — Three new positive COVID-19 cases in Lawrence County were reported by the state Thursday. This means there is now a “substantial” rate of community spread of the virus locally.
SPEARFISH — If you are feeling more anxiety than normal due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you are not alone. Dr. Emilia Flint, associate professor of psychology at Black Hills State University, has several tips to help us cultivate calm in our lives.
LEAD — Citizens in Lead will see some changes to their garbage schedule and requirements.
PIERRE –– Gov. Kristi Noem said South Dakota is in a good position dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak during her Wednesday press conference.
Spring turkey season starts in South Dakota in one week. COVID escapees will cross our borders side-by-side with diehard turkey hunters from around the country and, due to our generous licensing allocations, in unlimited numbers. Washington state has already taken steps to remove out-of-stat…
VERMILLION — The Board of Directors of Special Olympics South Dakota (SOSD) has informed the Vermillion Organizing Committee that the 2020 State Summer Games have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Virtually everyone has adjusted their day-to-day schedule because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
SPEARFISH — Josh Breske, Black Hills State University’s first-year head football coach, has announced the date for the 2020 Gridiron Gathering in Spearfish.
SPEARISH — Athletes throughout South Dakota are waiting out the COVID-19 pandemic while being sidelined.
TOKYO (AP) — The Tokyo Olympics will open next year in the same time slot scheduled for this year’s games.
STURGIS — A Ninja Warrior competition at Northern Hills Ninja (located in Northern Hills Gymnastics Academy) was held on Sunday, March 15, with 60 athletes competing for top honors in each of the five age categories.
BELLE FOURCHE — Shayla Howell and the University of Wyoming have combined for a perfect fit for the last two years.
For weeks, we’ve all been glued to the news searching for updates about COVID-19. Since March 10, 2020, I have provided almost daily updates about the science, data, and facts that are informing my decision-making, not just on a day-to-day basis, but sometimes on an hour-by-hour basis. Our t…
COVID-19 is impacting every American. Schools have closed, public events are canceled and many businesses are asking employees to work from home for the foreseeable future. Meanwhile, medical providers have been working around the clock, sometimes with limited resources and equipment, to hel…
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