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Rapid City man charged with Illegal Possession of Firearm

A 19 year old man from Rapid City has been indicted by a federal grand jury for Possession of a Stolen Firearm and Receipt of a Firearm While Under Indictment. Huya Smoke pled not guilty. The charge stems from Smoke knowingly being in possession of a stolen 9mm semi-automatic pistol...
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Rapid City man sentenced to federal prison for Receiving Child Pornography

A 39 year old Rapid City man convicted of Receiving Child Pornography has been sentenced in federal court. Jebadiah Swenson was sentenced to eight years in federal prison, followed by five years of supervised release, and ordered to pay $11,000 in restitution and a $100 special assessment to the Federal Crime Victims Fund.
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31st annual Deadwood Jam highlights classic bands

DEADWOOD, S.D. — The 31st Deadwood Jam Musical Festival wrapped up on Saturday with a local band and bands from around the country. The Deadwood Jam, held in Outlaw Square in Deadwood, is the one of the longest-running festivals in the state and every year, board members take around six months to select the respective bands.
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Deadwood Historic Preservation misses shot at acquiring Wild Bill’s rifle

DEADWOOD — Wild Bill Hickok’s .45-70 Springfield Trapdoor rifle that was reportedly buried by his side on Aug. 3, 1876 in Deadwood recently sold for nearly half a million dollars but was not auctioned off without interest from the Deadwood Historic Preservation Commission. Historic Preservation Officer Kevin Kuchenbecker said he...
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Wags and Waves fundraiser exceeds it’s fundraising goal

RAPID CITY, S.D. — You get more than 200 dogs and their owners in a big swimming pool, and you get a lot of money. The Humane Society of the Black Hills hosted it’s annual Wags and Waves fundraiser on Monday at the Jimmy Hilton Pool in Rapid City. The...
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Clyde ‘Clyde the Glide’ Fessler, Jr.

Clyde “Clyde the Glide” Fessler, Jr. glided peacefully into heaven on Sept. 13, 2021. He took with him his quick wit, exuberance for life, and adventurous spirit. He left behind for all of us memories extraordinaire on which to draw in moments of loneliness as well as when we need a laugh and a smile. Clyde rose each morning excited about a new day, and rather than viewing life as a glass half full, his tumbler brimmed over with excitement and positive energy for what each new day would bring.
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New information released on Hideaway Hills study

BLACK HAWK, S.D. — Information regarding Phase Two of Montana Tech’s study on the Hideaway Hills neighborhood was released just before noon September 17. According to the findings, officials located dangerous surface fractures in the Hideaway Hills community, what they are calling an “extreme hazard.”. The study also found out...
BLACK HAWK, SD
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Saturday Football: Hot Springs holds on to beat RC Christian

RAPID CITY, S.D. – Week five of the high school football season continued on Saturday as Rapid City Christian hosted the Hot Springs Bison. The Comets defeated Hill City earlier this month to pick up their first win of the season. But the Comets couldn’t make it two in a...
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Spearfish schools revise COVID-19 policy to reflect current practices

SPEARFISH — The Spearfish School District has changed its policy regarding close contacts to COVID-19 cases. Previously, the district’s Quarantine Guidelines for Close Contacts stated that after a close contact investigation was completed, the district would provide a list of individuals to the Department of Health, and then notify parents that they may be contacted by the state about the close contact. The former policy also requires all employees and students who had a close contact to stay home.
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Douglas-STM dance team wins Grand-Champion honors at Douglas Competition

BOX ELDER, S.D. – The combined dance team from Douglas and St. Thomas More earned grand-champion honors Saturday at the Douglas Cheer and Dance Competition in Box Elder. The Patriots topped the field with an overall score of 424.5 points. Meanwhile, Douglas High School won the cheer competition with a...
BOX ELDER, SD
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Hot Springs Football earns fourth win, defeats RC Christian

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) - The Hot Springs Bison weren’t deterred on the road as they shut out Rapid City Christian on the turf. Plus, two more local teams impressed in their respective sports as they added to their win column this Saturday. Ben Burns has the highlights.
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Erica Lane Photography opens new location

RAPID CITY, S.D. — A local photographer is open for business at a new location, and more resources to honor those who you hold close to your heart. Erica Lane Harvey opened her new studio Friday in Samco Plaza off Deadwood Avenue. She specializes in photos of children, pets and...
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Rapid City man imprisoned for 1994 murder eligible for parole

RAPID VALLEY, S.D. (KELO) — A Rapid City crime that made headlines more than two decades ago is back in the news tonight. In the winter of 1994, Joaquin Ramos shot and killed his fiancé, Debbie Martines, in the back of the her neck as her children watched. She was a few months pregnant.
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8-year-old sets Dakota Five-O record

SPEARFISH — Spearfish’s Ardan Fischer became the youngest rider to complete the Dakota Five-O mountain bike race two years after setting that as his goal. Fischer, 8, completed the 50-mile mountain bike race in 9 hours, 21 minutes and 17 seconds. A total of 588 riders completed the course; he finished 551st overall.
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