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Authorities say no threat to Custer High School after questioning student  Newscenter1.tv

CUSTER, S.D. – The latest on threat investigation that led to Custer High School to be placed on secure status. 12:15 p.m.. The Custer County Sheriff's Office ...



Bugging out in Custer: Burning Beetle expands activities for 2019 event  Rapid City Journal

The mountain pine beetle epidemic that once haunted the Black Hills and the party in Custer that was inspired by it have gone in opposite directions in terms of ...



Custer's class of 2018 graduates  Kotatv

More than 50 Custer High School seniors walk the stage Saturday, May 19, during graduation ceremony.



Custer Elementary student left on school bus  Kotatv

A Kindergarten student at Custer Elementary didn't get off the school bus, and was left alone for nearly three hours.



Custer teen spearheading dog park for city  Rapid City Journal

CUSTER | What started as a senior project at Custer High School is now becoming a citywide issue: bringing a dog park to Custer.



Western Dakota Tech hosts construction camp for youth  Rapid City Journal

A high school junior rolls forward atop a concrete buggy between the orange cones set up for Construction Awareness Day Camp in the diesel bay at Western ...



Custer gearing up for annual Burning Beetle Festival  Kotatv

CUSTER, S.D. (KOTA TV) - What started as an outlet to voice their frustration of the devastation that the Mountain Pine Beetle has been causing in the Black Hills ...



The battle may be over, but burning of the beetle continues  Rapid City Journal

CUSTER | The U.S. Forest *Service* may have declared the battle against the bark beetle over in the Black Hills, but the burning will go on.



PHOTOS: Beetle effigy torched at Burning Beetle festival | News  Rapid City Journal

With a drum corps leading the way, marchers on Saturday walked with torches from Custer High School to a beetle effigy on Pageant Hill. Moments later, the ...



Beckler, Diane K.  Rapid City Journal

HERMOSA | Diane K. (Gabel) Beckler, 67, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019 at Regional Health Rapid City Hospital with family by her side.



"Glory Days"---OFF the field: Along the Way  KEVN Black Hills Fox

In 1979... a big strong football star from Custer, Doug Herrmann, went off to play for one of the best college football teams of the era. But it's not *those glory ...



Marchand, Benjamin L.  Rapid City Journal

CUSTER | Benjamin Lewis "Ben" Marchand, 19, died Oct. 29, 2016, in Vermillion.



Bauer, Pearl Adele  Rapid City Journal

BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. | Pearl Adele Bauer, 77, passed away from dementia and pneumonia on Jan. 5, 2019. She was preceded in death by her parents, ...



WDT holding programs to help high school students  KEVN Black Hills Fox

Western Dakota Tech is hosting a program to give high school students a little better idea on what to expect if they choose to go into certain career fields.



Trisha Kopriva, 26, of Huron  Plainsman

HURON — Trisha Kopriva, 26, of Huron, passed away Friday, February 15, 2019, at Sioux Falls. Her funeral *service* will be 1 p.m., Tuesday, February 19, at the ...



Black Hills Corp. CEO reflects on North Rapid roots  Rapid City Journal

The area of Rapid City known as “North Rapid” is often described in negative socioeconomic terms, but for one of Rapid City's most successful people, it is the ...



Track: Glazier gunning for national title  Rapid City Journal

Tori Glazier's goal is to break the South Dakota 800-meter record by the time she graduates from high school … in about five years.



Man shot in Custer was honorably discharged Marine  Rapid City Journal

The Custer man who was shot and killed by a South Dakota Highway Patrol officer early Tuesday after going on a destructive rampage through his hometown ...



Cheerleaders jump at the chance to compete at state meet  Rapid City Journal

Bree Flannery isn't afraid to be tossed 15 feet in the air. Nor is she afraid to rely on her teammates to catch her.



140th Anniversary of Custer's Black Hills Expedition Observed  SDPB Radio

In 1874, the U.S. Government sent General George Custer on an expedition into the Black Hills to find a location for a new army fort and investigate the.



Custer prepares for the Burning Beetle  Rapid City Journal

On a chilly New Year's Day morning, Frank Carroll of the Bark Beetles Blues Committee opened the garage door of the Custer Fire Department to reveal the ...



Basketball coach Luitjens contemplates career, retirement  Rapid City Journal

CUSTER -- Above all else, Larry Luitjens is a believer.



Rodeo Rapid City welcomes South Dakota rodeo queens  Tri-State Livestock News

Miss South Dakota High School Rodeo - Kelly SchoppKelly is the 17-year-old daughter of Ray and Julie Schopp of Lemmon, South Dakota. This is her 13th ...



Health Professions Showcase attendance increases  Rapid City Journal

Approximately 150 students from 25 high schools in three states attended Chadron State College's Health Professions Showcase Wednesday.



Athlete of the Week: Chase Glazier of Custer High School  Rapid City Journal

Chase Glazier knew that if he just kept working, he would find his shot again.



Easton excited to begin tenure as Spearfish schools superintendent  Black Hills Pioneer

SPEARFISH — The man selected as the new superintendent of the Spearfish School District accepted the position on the spot when offered the job.



Harry H. Evans  Rapid City Journal

April 6, 1930 - September 13, 2015. Harry H. Evans, age 85, of Pringle, passed away on September 13, 2015, at the Custer Regional Senior Care Center in ...



Women in Science Conference encourages interest in STEM fields  Rapid City Journal

Maybe all it takes to lure more women into the sciences is to expose young girls to dinosaur fossils.



Chorus, orchestra students are tops in the state  Rapid City Journal

All-State Orchestra, Chorus to perform in Sioux Falls.



Lincoln's Collin Brison named Gatorade S.D. Boys Track and Field AOTY honors  Sioux Falls Argus Leader

For his performance in 2016-17, Collin Brison was named the Gatorade South Dakota Boys Track & Field Athlete of the Year on Thursday.



Area signings 2016-17  Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Tracking signings classes for the area universities and athletes in the state of South Dakota.



Ziolkowski, Dawn | Obituaries | rapidcityjournal.com  Rapid City Journal

CRAZY HORSE | Dawn Ziolkowski, oldest daughter of Korczak and Ruth Ziolkowski of Crazy Horse Memorial, passed away July 12, 2015, after a six-year battle ...



TOP OF THE CLASS  Rapid City Journal

ASME conference winners. Members of the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology American Society of Mechanical Engineers took home a number of ...



High school track: Area athletes look to be in thick of things  Rapid City Journal

Rapid City Schools have a long history of excellence in track and field with three state championship squads just last season, St. Thomas More in Class A boys ...



Middle school selects final 2013 Students of the Month  Rapid City Journal

HOT SPRINGS - Each month students are selected by the middle school staff to be named Students of the Month. Students selected receive a letter to take home ...



2016 PARCC test results  Chicago Tribune

The Tribune reviewed the passing, or proficiency, rate on the PARCC exams across both reading and math in all grades tested at some 3,700 schools, ...



Location Changed for Mount Rushmore Quarter Ceremony  CoinNews.net

Dates and times remain the same but the location has changed for the Mount Rushmore quarter launch ceremony and the following coin exchange.



Top of the class for April 27  Rapid City Journal

Mines students second at contest. The American Society of Civil Engineers student chapter at South Dakota School of Mines & Technology took second in the ...



Ranking 10,010 Girls By Average XC Finish  MileSplit

10010 cross country runners ranked by their average finish place during the cross country season with a minimum of three races.



State's top musicians perform  Rapid City Journal

Eight years ago, when Amanda Reeves was only a fourth-grader, she set her sights on becoming the top cellist in the South Dakota All-State Chorus & Orchestra ...



South Dakota Junior Duck Stamp Contest winner announced  Rapid City Journal

Judges viewed 636 pieces of student artwork to determine this year's winner of the South Dakota Junior Duck Stamp Contest, an annual program designed to ...



Jim Martin retires as Belle Fourche Broncs basketball coach  Rapid City Journal

BELLE FOURCHE -- Jim Martin said Wednesday that it's time to turn over the Belle Fourche varsity basketball team.



Chicago-area schools are ranked by students and teachers using 5Essentials survey.  Chicago Tribune

Chicago-area schools are ranked by students and teachers using 5Essentials survey.



US Top 500 Outdoor 800m Returnees: Caitlin Collier Seconds Faster Than The Rest  MileSplit

Caitlin Collier ran 2:03.32 last year at Festival of Miles. Collier's time is almost three seconds above the rest of the field. The second-fastest returning time in the ...



Former collegues, coaches fondly recall Roger Toland  Rapid City Journal

Toland, who spent 43 years writing about Rapid City sports, died Monday at age 73.



Frameless Cabinetry Drives Showplace Wood's $10 Million Expansion  woodworkingnetwork.com

Showplace Wood Products' significant growth in frameless cabinetry production has lead to a $10 million expansion including construction of a ...



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