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RAPID CITY, S.D. Airman from Minot Air Force Base who fly and work on B-52 bombers say they've learned a lot from their counterparts at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota who fly B-1 bombers, during a summer of cooperation.
A Wisconsin woman has died after crashing her motorcycle west of Rapid City earlier this month.
With a high demand of teachers in the Midwest, educators are getting more options of where they teach and better salaries than in Rapid City.
So many headstones are tipping at Mountain View Cemetery that the Rapid City Council wants to step in and set the aging markers straight.
"Dad would just sit with me after supper and just draw," said Don Montileaux. It started when Don Montileaux was just five-years-old.
Squeezing or stretching the plastic reveals a hidden image: in these cases the sun and a rabbit.
At about 10 p.m. Tuesday, officers were called to 625 Milwaukee St. because a man was firing a taser.
Tire failure is being investigated as the contributing factor in a crash that claimed the life of 23-year-old Rosie E. Kline of Gillette, Wyo., on Monday afternoon, Aug. 25. According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol, Kline's left front tire on her pickup failed and separated, pulling the truck into oncoming traffic where she sideswiped a semi truck.
A national association that unites people who have served in explosives disposal units will meet in South Dakota in September.
Going from elementary to middle school can be a traumatic and nerve racking experience for some students.
The 'Rally for Miracle' poker run finished up with a lunch at Sam's Club in Rapid City after looping through Hermosa, Custer State Park, Crazy Horse Memorial, the Pactola Marina, The Boondocks outside Deadwood, and Loud American Roadhouse in Sturgis.
It's tearing people away from their computers, televisions and video games, and giving them an interactive way to enjoy the day.
A school district in western South Dakota hasn't been able to find a solution for students who have fallen behind on their meal-money payments.
The organization responsible for educating 400 Liberian students and putting 30 orphans in homes held a benefit concert Saturday night.
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Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 10:18 am
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