STURGIS — If you’ve ever wondered if that two-pound T-bone steak from the grocery store actually weighs two pounds or that the pump at the gas station really gave you 10 gallons of gas, worry no more.
BELLE FOURCHE — Rebecca Larson, right, officially took her seat on the Belle Fourche City Council Monday. Mayor Randy Schmidt, left, performed Larson’s oath of office during the city council meeting. Larson will fill the seat vacated by Derrick Jones in August.
BELLE FOURCHE — Two Butte County employees donated personal time and a handful of local businesses offered supplies to make the kennel conditions more comfortable for stray and displaced animals.
DEADWOOD — A man originally facing felony charges for burglarizing hotel rooms in July pleaded guilty to lessor petty theft charges and was sentenced by 4th Circuit Court Judge Eric Strawn at the Lawrence County Courthouse Sept. 7.
LEAD — Learn about how Kang hopes her audience experiences her work and how she seeks to re-envision scientific concepts through art
STURGIS — Meade County will establish a lottery for its lone medical marijuana dispensary license.
LEAD — This weekend is the time to Fall in Love with Lead.
SPEARFISH — The Black Hills State University football program will be hosting the 12th Annual Gridiron Gathering Saturday, in conjunction with the Swarm Days football game against Adams State University at Lyle Hare Stadium, in Spearfish.
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STURGIS — The Spearfish Spartan football team broke a 25-game losing streak with a 21-19 win over the Sturgis Brown Scoopers on Friday at Woodle Field. The rival teams are now tied at six wins each in the past 12 years.
PUEBLO, Colo. — Black Hills State University dropped a narrow 19-16 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference football decision to CSU-Pueblo, Saturday afternoon.
OPINION — Communicating with youth is vital. Youth ages 12-18 face many obstacles in life. Mental health can be and is broadly defined but most often looked at as developing a mental illness, symptoms of diagnosable illness, substance misuse and adverse life events which have an impact on ev…
OPINION — With August recess wrapping up and Members of Congress soon returning to Washington, I wanted to provide you with some of the highlights from my time spent in South Dakota over the summer work period.
OPINION — It can be said we’re all one significant event away from a mental health crisis. It could be a loved one passing away, losing a job, being involved in an accident, or a variety of other things that cause someone to experience symptoms of depression and thoughts of not wanting to be alive.
OPINION — Do you find yourself wondering where your tax dollars go? In South Dakota, the simple answer is to education, health care, public safety, and other state government operations. But if you really want to talk dollars and cents, I can break it down for you using the change you find i…
OPINION — There is little doubt that few would argue with the suggestion that we are suffering in the United States from an executive branch crisis in competency. In proposing this theme with my Saturday morning coffee and fly-fishing companion, the question of presidential competency became…
OPINION — You can find out exactly where your T-shirt was made if you check the tag or label. Is it too much to ask for the same level of certainty when it comes to the beef you feed your family? The answer is plain and simple: no.
OPINION — In the second of this four-part series on money scripts, let’s explore the category that Dr. Brad Klontz calls money worship.
OPINION — Thirty years ago, if a student was enrolled in shop class or auto body class, some may have seen that as an alternative to scholastic pursuits, including college.