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.
SPEARFISH — Over the course of six months, six babies were born to six nurses in the Spearfish Regional Hospital’s surgical department, breaking a record for the hospital.
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.
BELLE FOURCHE — Belle Fourche middle and high schoolers are back to the grindstone today. Busloads of kids piled into the Belle Fourche Middle School this morning amongst parents taking first day photos and children catching back up after a busy summer. Grades K-4 will resume on Monday.
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.
SPEARFISH — They knew a coffee shop would be the perfect complement to the budding Village at Creekside development in north Spearfish, and after looking into the possibilities, sisters Kelly Klein and Vicki Furnish decided to take on the challenge. They, along with Furnish’s daughter, Megan…
LEAD — A three-quarters-of-a-mile portion of U.S. Highway 85, between mile makers 31 and 32 near Cheyenne Crossing, is getting a makeover to help alleviate a dangerous curve.
SPEARFISH — The Booth Society, Inc., the nonprofit friends group that supports the D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery and Archives in Spearfish, received a large check for a large amount — $25,000 — Tuesday, following a donation from Black Hills Energy.
SPEARFISH — Open to both golfers and the public, the Miller Creek Pub and Patio on the Elkhorn Ridge Golf Club at 6845 St. Onge Rd. in Spearfish is set to open Friday.
BUTTE COUNTY –– The Butte County Commission Tuesday authorized its highway department to proceed with the replacement of the Winkler Road Bridge in an effort to have a detour in place prior to the imminent closure of the Orman Road Bridge.
BELLE FOURCHE –– With budget planning fast approaching, Belle Fourche will soon consider doubling the amount of disc golf holes at the Center of the Nation Disc Golf Course. The course currently consists of nine holes along the Belle Fourche River Walk near the Tri-State Museum and Visitor C…
BELLE FOURCHE –– Belle Fourche will soon be outfitted with an outdoor pickleball court at Gay Park on the north end of Belle Fourche.
DEADWOOD — Friends and family gathered at the Lodge at Deadwood Wednesday morning for the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
STURGIS — Celebrity Chef Justin Warner said he is not just in the Black Hills to judge the South Dakota Beef Industry Council’s Beef Throw Down, but also to share with his world-wide audience the story of those who produce some of the finest beef in the world.
SPEARFISH — Hamsters USA, the international motorcycle group with big hearts, rolled into western South Dakota to make an impact for kids with disabilities — again.
SPEARFISH — The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has rejected the Black Hills Pioneer’s Freedom of Information Act request seeking numerous items pertaining to a cultural assessment conducted recently at the Black Hills Airport-Clyde Ice Field.
BELLE FOURCHE — Three members of the Belle Fourche Police Department were honored Monday, acknowledging recent lifesaving efforts they bring the Belle Fourche community everyday.
STURGIS — Michael Ballard and Jesse James Dupree, of The Full Throttle Saloon and Pappy Hoel Campground served as co-grand marshals of the 17th annual Sturgis Mayor’s Ride Monday.
LEAD — On July 26, researchers working in the Surface Assembly Lab (SAL) at the Sanford Underground Research Facility (Sanford Lab) had quite an audience. Nearly a dozen onlookers, including researchers, technicians and one very curious writer, peered through two windows into the cleanroom. …
DEADWOOD — Legendary rock star Dee Snider of Twisted Sister was the “leader of the pack” at the 11th annual Legends Ride, which rumbled its way through Deadwood’s Main Street Monday. Snider was joined by more than 100 riders from all over the country including heavy-hitters of the motorcycle…