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KOTA ABC Rapid City

176 School of Mines Graduation Ceremony... [Read More]
Game, Fish and Parks estimate 2500 geese fly to the Black Hills for the winter... [Read More]
Director of LNI estimates one of biggest turnouts yet. [Read More]
Giving students the opportunity to use $50 pretend gift card for school essentials... [Read More]
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Director of LNI estimates record breaking numbers for attendance this year. [Read More]
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Around 2,500 geese are calling Canyon Lake home this time of year... [Read More]
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According to Custer State Park, a little more than 54,000 acres were burned. [Read More]
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Friends family and alumnus welcomed the newest class of South Dakota School of Mines and Technology graduates Saturday. It was a standing room at the... [Read More]
Rapid City Police and Pennington County Sheriff take Rapid City kids Christmas Shopping... [Read More]
Mental Health Pod discussion in Rapid City... [Read More]
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Stevens boys edge out Huron 53-51. St. Thomas More boys gets season's first win, beating Alliance, NE 55-48. Central boys beat Mitchell 68-43. [Read More]
Stevens boys edge out Huron 53-51. St. Thomas More boys get its season's first win, beating Alliance, NE 55-48. Central boys beat Mitchell 68-43. [Read More]
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Pine Ridge and Crow Creek girls pick up semifinal wins at the LNI. -Little Wound boys roll past Marty. [Read More]
Consumer Reports gives some tips on what to look out for when it comes to online scams. [Read More]
A number of skills including concentration, hand motion and traditional Native American tunes are needed for the Hand Games event. [Read More]
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The Rapid City Police Department and the Pennington Sheriffs office are making sure children's Christmas trees are filled with gifts. [Read More]
The town of Aladdin has been sold to a group of investors. [Read More]
Some minor changes are being made to South Dakota drivers licenses. [Read More]
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'I love the Black Hills' stickers sold to raise money for Legion Lake fire relief. Stickers are $4 each and 100% of the proceeds will... [Read More]
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