Connie Lezotte at Storybook Island said she and her crew of three were devastated on Monday when they stumbled upon vandalism at the park. She said there were more than a hundred strings of lights that were torn apart, torn down, and are not fixable. But they will still open on Friday.
A woman shopping at Walmart on Stumer Road in Rapid City late in the afternoon on Monday had her purse stolen. Police spokesperson Tarah Heupel said this is the third report of this nature which they’ve received in the last week.
Storybook Island was recently vandalized and police are asking the community for any information.
This year’s Festival of Lights Parade will take place on Saturday, Nov. 29 at 6 p.m. The parade will begin on East Boulevard and head west on Main Street to 7th Street.
The Pennington County Sheriff's Office is joining forces with the Regional Cancer Care Institute and a national breast cancer awareness campaign known as 'Justice for a Cure.'