PIEDMONT — After a three-hour standoff, a man was taken into custody late Thursday in Piedmont, according to the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office.
DEADWOOD — With retaining walls historically holding up the lion’s share of structures in Deadwood gulch, construction season marks the start of repairing the integral architectural components in Deadwood, as Monday the city commission approved two retaining wall projects for a total of $350,500.
DEADWOOD — There will be no taking a toke on the trolley or puffing on pot at Outlaw Square or any other public place, as the Deadwood City Commission heard the first reading of an ordinance amending conduct prohibited in public that addresses cannabis.
SPEARFISH — Due to the increased cost of firewood and ice, as well as additional electrical use during off-season, the Spearfish City Council voted to amend the charges to the Spearfish City Campground near Spearfish City Park.
DEADWOOD — Dale Morris, owner of Deadwood Mountain Grand Resort in historic Deadwood has agreed to donate a conservation easement on approximately 5.5 acres of land to preserve and protect the historic and natural integrity of land within Deadwood’s National Historic Landmark.
SPEARFISH — After nearly 40 years of heading up the psychology program at Black Hills State University, Dr. James Hess was praised Friday during a retirement celebration in honor.
PIERRE — In this issue you will find the annual publication of financial summaries of insurance companies licensed to do business in South Dakota.
SPEARFISH — Winnie’s chocolate and dessert shop opened for business in April at 806 N Main St., in Spearfish. Manager Lacy Hotchkiss said Winnie’s is a place where you can enjoy locally made desserts while finding faith and community connection.
SPEARFISH — Four area boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 13 earned top-five honors at the South Dakota Knights of Columbus state free throw contest, held March 7 in Rapid City.
SPEARFISH — Padriac McMeel has been named Athletic Director at Black Hills State University.
SPEARFISH — Spearfish’s varsity boys’ tennis team won a pair of duals Tuesday afternoon at the Spearfish High School courts.
STURGIS — The 34th annual Jeff Smit Memorial track meet ran flawlessly, with 1,020 athletes competing on Saturday at Woodle Field, in Sturgis.
KADOKA — Track athletes from Lead-Deadwood and Sturgis Brown competed at Saturday’s Kadoka Invitational.
SPEARFISH — Spearfish Post 164 swept Newcastle 3-1 and 12-2 in a varsity Legion baseball doubleheader Saturday at Black Hills Energy Stadium. Post 164 (6-7) has won its last three games.
SPEARFISH — Spearfish Gymnastics Academy members Ruthie Wehrung and Savanna Dunwoody are preparing for the national meet set for May 11-16 in Daytona Beach, Fla.
DEADWOOD — Memorial Day weekend in Deadwood, the Black Hills Stock Show Foundation will present a new event, “Back When They Bucked” beginning at 9 a.m. Sunday, May 30, at the Days of ’76 Rodeo Grounds, in Deadwood.
OPINION — It’s officially the Best Picture. What does “Nomadland” say about South Dakota, about America, about us?
OPINION — Some people are a bit confused. Some believe that a restaurant may not have a rule requiring patrons to prove they’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19. Some believe their employer cannot require such proof of vaccination as a condition of continued employment. Some believe privatel…
OPINION — One of the most common reasons new clients seek me out is the loss of their long-standing financial advisor. It’s not unusual for someone to have been with the same advisor for decades. I have clients that have been with me for over 40 years.
OPINION — The recent federal legislation to stimulate the economy included emergency aid to the National Endowment for the Arts to provide needed support to our national creative industry which has been devastated by the pandemic. The funding will enable states to direct relief allocations t…
OPINION — Walter Mondale was one of the last of the dinosaurs, Midwest liberals who roamed the American plains in the middle of the 20th century.
OPINION — One of my favorite conservative publications, National Review, has devoted nearly its entire April 19, 2021 issue to an exodus from California. People may be leaving California, but data for all states from reliable sources on the Internet are difficult to find for 2020.
OPINION — Typically, we view insurance not as an investment, but as tool to protect assets or replace income. However, investing in one type of insurance, called reinsurance, is becoming increasingly popular. It even might be considered an asset class all of its own.
OPINION — Do you see a kid you know with a bruise, especially in an unusual spot?