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  • Days of '76 Rodeo comes to a close

    The days of '76 Rodeo finished up Saturday in Deadwood with two final performances, one at 1:30 Saturday afternoon and wrapping up with one last performance at 7pm.
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  • Bulldoggers fly at Days of '76

    The Thursday night performance of the Days of 76 Rodeo saw some pretty outstanding performances in the arena, highlighted by World Champion Chad Ferley's 86-point ride in the Saddle Bronc. Friday, more of the country's best tried to make their way to the top of the leaderboard.
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  • Rush hosts academy for young hockey players

    With the heat the way it's been over the last several days, we thought we'd cool it down a little bit, as members of the Rapid City Rush helped hone the skills of young hockey players around the area. The Black Hills Hockey Academy is just wrapping up its second
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  • Mines basketball camp shows players new moves, school's assets

    Basketball players from around the region have been in the Hills this week for the South Dakota Mines Team Camp. Hardrocker Head Coach Jason Henry says this is a great way for players to hone their skills and to get to know what South Dakota Mines has to offer.
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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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Cemetery ownership transferred to local town

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Ceremonies were held Saturday at a small cemetery outside Silver City, in the Black Hills.

A member of the Mt. Rushmore State's Congressional delegation was even on hand to mark the occasion.

How flying benefits the local community

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It was a big day Saturday for Rapid City Regional Airport, which held its public outreach day; intended to showcase all the aspects of flying, and how it benefits the local community.

Families of 37th Bomb Squadron prep for the return of loved ones

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They are one of the Air Force's oldest squadrons.

After being deployed for months in Southwest Asia airmen of the 37th Bomb Squadron are expected to return home in August.

Art meets science at the Dahl Arts Center

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Twenty-two prominent South Dakota artists have combined the worlds of art and science in a new exhibit at the Dahl Arts Center called "Into the Dark: Artists Exploring Dark Matter."

Simple minerals turn into works of art

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Mining was one of the first industries in the Black Hills and to this day, the Black Hills area is still one of the best places in the country to find rocks and minerals of all kinds.

Downtown Custer is taken over by Gold Discovery Days

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It's a very special weekend in Custer as residents celebrate the 91st annual Gold Discovery Days.

Gold Discovery Days is a huge celebration that many locals look forward to and after months of planning and preparation the main event got underway Saturday morning.

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