NEWELL — The renovation and resurfacing of Newell’s Austin Auditorium gym floor has been completed.
LEAD — Manuel Brothers Park in Lead has become one of the most frequented, and beloved outdoor activity spots for families throughout the Lead and Deadwood communities, and one of the elements that make it such a popular playground are its musical instrument stations.
BELLE FOURCHE –– The South Dakota Supreme Court reversed the 4th Circuit Court’s June 19, 2018, decision to dismiss a civil case filed against the city of Belle Fourche and denied the city’s motion seeking the awarding of costs and attorney’s fees from Bingham Farms Trust.
SPEARFISH — Planning a wedding, corporate party, or community event? Something Borrowed wedding and event rentals, which recently opened at 305 Seaton Circle, Suite 3, in Spearfish, looks forward to creating memorable weddings and special events for its valued customers.
NEWELL — Doug South, the newly hired Pre-K-12 principal for the Newell School District, announced three major goals at Monday’s school board meeting that he wishes to achieve in the 2019-2020 school year.
DEADWOOD — PRCA steer ropers gathered in Deadwood for Monday’s Stand Alone and Legacy Steer Roping events.
SPEARFISH — Tanja Cutting became the second two-time winner of the Leading Ladies Marathon half-marathon event Sunday morning in Spearfish.
SPEARFISH — Spearfish is hosting the 15th annual Leading Ladies Marathon and Half Marathon this weekend.
STURGIS — The Sturgis Brown High School girls’ soccer teams looks to build on last year’s successes and are excited about the upcoming season.
RAPID CITY — Iron Butt history was made this month when Wendy Crockett became the first female rider to win the grueling Iron Butt Rally (IBR).
Well, here it is. It came way too fast. When we started out all those years ago, it seemed like it would take forever to reach this point. But it didn’t. We reached this point in the blink of an eye.
The Spearfish School Board intended to hold an executive session during its monthly board meeting Monday to discuss the qualifications of two attorneys vying for the school attorney position.
Let me start out by saying that this column is not about a murderer — I know some of you are shocked by how often I write about gruesome murders and other darkness associated with human nature. I’ll admit that I was a little disappointed to learn that “Cyanide Charlie” had nothing to do with…