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Report: More Senior Services Needed in Rapid City

A new survey of local residents is calling into question whether Rapid City is friendly to senior citizens.

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Bond Set for Rapid City Man in Big South Dakota Drug Bust

A South Dakota judge has set bond at $75,000 for a Virginia man accused of hauling 24 pounds of marijuana in the trunk of his rental car.

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Cargill Gives School of Mines $580K Gift

Cargill Inc. has donated $580,000 to the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology's chemical and biological engineering department.

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Man Sentenced to 9-1/2 Years for Sexual Abuse

A 27-year-old Rapid City man has been sentenced to 9 1/2 years in prison after being convicted of aggravated sexual abuse of a teenage girl.

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Governor Welcomes Guard Troops Back Home

Gov. Dennis Daugaard and Maj. Gen. Tim Reisch welcomed home members of a Rapid City-based Army National Guard unit Tuesday morning.

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South Dakotans Can Get Free Advice From Ask A Lawyer

Free legal help is the goal as lawyers donate their time to help those in a fix. The calls are not intended to be an in-depth analysis of the caller’s legal concerns, but to answer general legal questions.

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Rapid City Schools Won’t Make Up Snow Days

School children in Rapid City have some good news coming to them.

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Mega Millions Ticket Sold in Rapid City Worth $10K

A ticket sold in Rapid City is worth $10,000 in the latest Mega Millions drawing.

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Sales Tax Revenue Up Across Black Hills

Sales tax revenue figures indicate business is booming in Rapid City and communities across the Black Hills.

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Rapid City Woman Who Attacked Parents Headed to Group Home

A South Dakota woman ruled by a judge to be insane after she tried to kill her parents is beginning a controlled re-entry into society.

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