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Charges upgraded against man accused in Rapid City hotel shooting

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KELO) — The man accused of shooting another at a Rapid City hotel earlier this year will appear in court later Monday. The Pennington County State’s Attorney says charges have been upgraded against Quincy Bear Robe. Arraignment is set for 2:15 p.m. Authorities say Bear...
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Reopening of the Hill City community center

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - The Hill City community center reopened Sunday afternoon after some well-needed renovations to the building. The plan to renovate the old Hill City community center came after it was deemed to be outdated. According to the Hill City mayor, the community center was originally built by the Hill City seniors. The building was eventually given to the city and through a bed tax, that helped create a business improvement district in Hill City, they were able to plan renovations that would go towards the community center.
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Students compete in a pumpkin chuckin at the Great Downtown Pumpkin Festival

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) -To kick off the fall season, families were encouraged to go to the Great Pumpkin Festival. The 14th annual Great Downtown Pumpkin Festival was held on Main Street Square. The festival featured a variety of booths and food trucks that the whole family could enjoy, but that wasn’t the only thing happening downtown.
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Growers show off their pumpkins during the great pumpkin weigh off

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) -The Great Pumpkin weigh-off took place Saturday at this year’s Great Downtown Pumpkin Festival on Main Street Square. Growers competed to see who had the biggest pumpkin with some reaching over 1,000 lb. It takes 90-120 days for a pumpkin to grow and in Rapid...
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RCAS brings to light concerns of possible bullying of students on the free and reduced lunch program

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) - As students returned to the cafeteria to start their fall semester meals were a little different this year. With the USDA child nutrition funding removed for the school year, free lunches at public schools will not apply to everybody. But while students can’t receive free lunches automatically anymore, families who relied on the USDA child nutrition funds can apply for the free and reduced lunch program provided by their local school district.
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Black Hills Fall tourism is just getting started

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - As the Fall season starts to get a grip on the Black Hills people are still coming to enjoy the area before winter takes hold in a couple of months. While tourism is still in full bloom around the area, some of the communities in the hills still seeing a good number of visitors. They attribute the number of tourists to the events taking place later in the Fall.
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Rapid City law enforcement serving up support for statewide program as part of annual fundraiser

RAPID CITY, S.D . – The waitstaff at Outback Steakhouse in Rapid City Monday night will be little different thanks to the annual Tip-A-Cop fundraiser. Rapid City Police officers and Pennington County Sheriff deputies will be on-duty as part of the annual Tip-A-Cop fundraiser. Men and women in uniform will be waiting tables, serving drinks and food to customers throughout the duration of the event.
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Warmer temperatures are looking to return.

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - Tonight, we can expect lows in the 40s with mostly clear skies and breezy conditions. Tomorrow breezy conditions will persist as the temperature warm up to the 70s and 80s. Temperatures will slightly fall for Tuesday before rising back up into the 80s for Wednesday and Thursday. Friday, we look to fall back into the 70s with increasing cloud cover and the chance for showers in the evening time. Saturday and Sunday sunny skies return with temperatures returning to near normal.
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Chadron council pass city transit fee

City Council passed Ordinance 1429 Fee Ordinance for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 on September 19, 2022. Fees for City Transit were approved along with the extended services to Crawford, Hay Springs, State Park, Airport, City Dam, Special Events and Rapid City. These services will be by appointment only. Trip to Rapid City will be twice a week allowing individuals to schedule appointments on the day(s) and times during the schedule route. Details will be posted as soon as the planning stages are completed.
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Rapid City summer pop-up library an important resource through the season

RAPID CITY, S.D. – When you can’t make it to the Rapid City Public Library, one might just pop up in your neck of the woods. Not even the strong winds could stop the pop-up library from making an appearance in the Robbinsdale neighborhood near the bike park Sunday afternoon. From 12-4 p.m., they set up their station for passers-by interested in any of the services that they offered.
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A Rapid City woman is dead and her brother arrested for manslaughter

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) - A woman is dead following a physical confrontation with her brother in Rapid City Thursday night. The victim is 31-year-old Danielle Houchin of Rapid City. Nicklaus Houchin, 28 also of Rapid City, was arrested for first degree manslaughter. Witnesses told police that the two were...
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Hardrockers scoreless in loss to Roadrunners

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) - The South Dakota Mines soccer team continued to struggle Sunday as they failed to score a goal in their loss against Metropolitan State-Denver. Ben Burns has the highlights from the first half.
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Yellow Jackets improve to 4-0 with Swarm Week win

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) - For the first time since 1970, the Black Hills State football team has achieved a 4-0 record after their comeback win over Colorado Mesa. Plus, South Dakota Mines put a bow on M Week with a victory over New Mexico Highlands. Ben Burns has highlights from both games.
RAPID CITY, SD
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SDPB to provide coverage of the 57th Annual Buffalo Roundup

In partnership with South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks and the South Dakota Department of Tourism, SDPB will provide coverage of the 57th Annual Buffalo Roundup live from Custer State Park Friday, September 30, at 10:30 am CT (9:30 am MT). The event will be televised live on SDPB2/World Channel,...
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Five Below at Rushmore Crossing will hold grand opening

RAPID CITY, S.D. — Five Below, one of the new stores opening at Rushmore Crossing, will have its grand opening Sept. 30. The store is also hiring, and anyone interested can apply at fivebelow.com. The store opening comes alongside many changes to Rushmore Crossing, including the opening or planned-opening...
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Arrest made in choking death of woman

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KELO) — A man is under arrest and facing manslaughter charges in connection to an altercation Thursday evening. A group of passengers in an app-based food delivery vehicle stopped at a restaurant on Endeavour Boulevard after consuming alcohol according to police. There, 28-year-old Nicklaus Houchin of Rapid City got into a physical altercation with 31-year-old Danielle Houchin.
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