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SIOUX FALLS (AP) — Shortly after fireworks above Mount Rushmore disappeared into the night sky on Friday, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem accompanied President Donald Trump aboard Air Force One despite having had close contact with Trump’s son’s girlfriend, who had tested positive for the coro…

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MOUNT RUSHMORE — As part of the Mount Rushmore Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration Friday, re-enators portraying Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt meandered amongst the crowd to glad hand and pose for pictures before giving a rousing rendition of speeches comprised from the wise word o…

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STURGIS — The city of Sturgis is looking to contract with Monument Health to conduct up to 1,300 COVID-19 tests following this year’s 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

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MOUNT RUSHMORE — The message was loud and clear Friday night, as President Donald Trump and Gov. Kristi Noem stirred the crowd with rousing speeches aimed at declaring that America’s resolve to protect and defend its heritage remains undaunted by current events.

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MOUNT RUSHMORE – After more than a decade, fireworks will once again fly over Mount Rushmore to celebrate our nation’s birthday and this year, a very special guest will attend the festivities. President Donald Trump will be joining other high-level officials including Gov. Kristi Noem for to…

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SPEARFISH — The Black Hills State University Sustainability Department has partnered with Beautify Spearfish, Spearfish Parks and Recreation and Fire Department, as well as Northern Hills Rotary Club to install a new garden feature in Rotary Park.

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LEAD — Helping kids grow a garden of vegetables that will be used for lunch and dinner meals is one of the best summer activities Becky Bowker can think of for the Boys and Girls Club of Lead-Deadwood.

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PIERRE — July is Grilling Month, and the South Dakota Retailers Association, Cattlemen’s Association, and Pork Producers Council are partnering together to celebrate! Collectively, the groups aim to highlight South Dakota’s high-quality meat products and the retailers who serve them.

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STURGIS — The Sturgis City Council has chosen Aug. 4 for the Jackpine Gypsies annexation special election at the community center.

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(AP) — The U.S. is “going in the wrong direction” with the coronavirus surging badly enough that Dr. Anthony Fauci told senators Tuesday some regions are putting the entire country at risk — just as schools and colleges are wrestling with how to safely reopen.

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DEADWOOD — Three old friends are taking guests again, as today, a South Dakota-based ownership group recently banded together to re-open the Midnight Star, Diamond Lil’s, and Jake’s, at 677 Main St. in a building formerly owned by Kevin Costner.

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HOUSTON (AP) — Health departments around the U.S. that are using contact tracers to contain coronavirus outbreaks are scrambling to bolster their ranks amid a surge of cases and resistance to cooperation from those infected or exposed.

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(AP) — Forgive the American people if they’re in a fog about face masks. President Donald Trump and the federal government have done a number on them.

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SPEARFISH — With the full economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic yet unknown, Spearfish city officials are cautiously optimistic while remaining prepared for a moderate downturn.