WINNER, S.D. ? A 20-year-old Winner, S.D., man has been identified as the person who died early Tuesday morning in a one-vehicle crash northwest of Winner.
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-C.J. Keene, News Director As the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Rapid City flood draws closer, many survivors have begun reflecting on their own experiences a half-century later. Capturing
-C.J. Keene, News Director The Oceti Sakowin Community Academy (OSCA), which upon opening will serve as Rapid City’s first fully indigenous-led school, is now accepting
The South Dakota Department of Tourism announced new marketing partnerships today as it looks to expand and grow the state?s brand and marketing footprint.
-C.J. Keene, News Director It was perhaps the most fitting possible weather as city officials, including communications coordinator Darrell Shoemaker, introduced the schedule of events for
-C.J. Keene, News Director The call of the great outdoors isn’t just for tourists, at least according to the Rapid City Fire Department. If you’ve been curious about the large emergency
-C.J. Keene, News Director The Rapid City Area School Board is seeing pushback from those concerned with a plan to potentially destroy a collection of books. These titles include “How
-C.J. Keene, News Director This week is national Travel and Tourism Week, and as part of the festivities Visit Rapid City have introduced their newest team member… And on day fourteen, the docket
-C.J. Keene, News Director The sound of indigenous song is always distinct. This was the song played as members of the Red Ribbon Skirt Society and their allies performed a Round Dance Thursday,
-C.J. Keene, News Director Yesterday afternoon, about two dozen activists and allies gathered at the Journey Museum on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Awareness Day. Attendees met, performed