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  • Saddlebronc sparkles at Days of '76

    It's been voted the best midsized rodeo in the country, every year, for well over a decade. Thursday, the Days of 76 sought to continue that tradition with the second performance of action. Out to Deadwood and we'll kick things off with the bulldogging.
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  • Post 22 takes on Pierre

    With wins Wednesday, both Post 22 and Pierre secured their spots in next week's State American Legion Baseball Tournament.
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  • SDSU Wrestling bring their skills out West

    Baseball players aren't the only ones keeping busy this summer. SDSU wrestling coaches made their way to Central High School to work on some of the fundamentals for area wrestlers.
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  • Stars survive with Region win

    The Post 320 Stars suffered a gut-wrenching loss to rival Post 22 in the first round of the Region 3-A tournament Tuesday. Wednesday afternoon, we would see how 320 would respond to the loss, taking on hosting Spearfish.
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  • Hardhats secure trip to state

    Lets go to game two of the day where Post 22 took on Pierre To the top of the first Cash Anderson hits it to the short stop and he'll bobble it and the bases are loaded. Ben Leidholt cranks it out right and this brings home Alec Norwick for
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  • Athlete of the Week: Connor Merriam

    Post 22 is coming off another winning weekend and have started off the region tournament with two big wins. Although this week's Powerade Athlete of the Week isn't the largest of players to step up to the plate he still plays a big role on the team.
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  • Legion rivals suit up for regional tourney

    In its first two games of the regular season, the Post 320 Stars got better against their cross-parking lot rivals from Post 22, but couldn't manage to break into the win column. Tuesday night, the Stars hoped the third time would be the charm in the Game One of the
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  • Rush bolster their roster

    The Rapid City Rush continue to add to the roster for the coming season. Coach Joe Ferras has re-signed goaltender Wayne Savage, who suited up for five games at the end of last season, playing in games 4-and-5 in the club's first round playoff series against Quad City.
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  • Chadron State sees coaching change-up

    More coaching changes around the Black Hills and the Chadron State Eagles are short two head coaches. Track and field and cross country Head Coach Ryan Baily and volleyball Head Coach Janel Baily are stepping down from their positions.
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  • All Stars head to Indy

    Monday night's Little League All-Star District championship game didn't get rolling until after our news began, thanks to a lightning delay. Once the skies cleared, Canyon Lake hit the field, hoping to stamp its ticket to Indianapolis, with a win over Fargo, North Dakota. So we take you to Timberline
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Deadwood residents question Preservation Commission's decisions

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It's a city that thrives on its history and in hopes of preserving that history the city of Deadwood welcomed limited gaming in 1989.

But now some concerned residents say the gaming industry is disrupting the town's preservation efforts.

Black Hills FOX reporter Jaleesa Irizarry has the story.

A group called the Deadwood Trust for Historic Preservation has asked a judge to review decisions made by the Historic Preservation Commission on two Main Street homes, as well as a historic gas station.

Sturgis crews hope all signs point toward success ahead of Rally

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With the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally less than two weeks away, the preparations in Rally Town are intensifying as the clock ticks down.

Everybody is busy with Rally business, including city crews, and the town's main radio station.

Black Hills Fox reporter Al Van Zee has the story.

One big job the Sturgis Street Department has to complete before the Rally every year is the installation of new signs for new speed limits, alternate traffic routes, and many other changes that are needed for a smooth-running rally.

Committee considers worthy forest projects for funding

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After receiving thousands of dollars in funds, the Black Hills Resource Advisory Committee held a meeting tonight, to discuss new projects for National Forest System lands.

Recommended projects will benefit forest health, maintain roads and trails along with other recreational projects.

The funds made available for Custer, Lawrence and Pennington counties came from the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act.

Man arrested during July standoff is arraigned

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A man accused of breaking into a Rapid City home and holding a 2 year old child hostage entered his pleas in court Thursday.

Three arrested after long pursuit

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Police say the pursuit of a stolen vehicle that originated in Rapid City was terminated twice by local law enforcement before the vehicle and its occupants were apprehended by Oglala Sioux Tribal authorities.

Community dedicates statue to fallen officers

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Nearly three years ago, two Rapid City Police officers lost their lives in the line of duty after being shot by a suspect during a so-called "routine call" regarding suspicious behavior.

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