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  • Rush reflect on season

    While the remainder of the playoff teams is busy gearing up for the second round of the playoffs the Rapid City Rush are left to wonder what could have been.
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  • Rush succumb to Mallards in Game 7

    Allen, Denver, and the upstart Arizona Sundogs have all advanced to the second round of the Central Hockey League playoffs. The Rapid City Rush were hoping to add their name to that list with a decisive Game 7 against the Quad City Mallards.
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  • Athlete of the Week: Aric Lassegard

    Participating in athletics can have a huge impact on a person's life. And for this week's Black Hills FOX Powerade Athlete of the week Special Olympics has brought out the best in him.
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  • Rush Continue to Fight in the Playoffs

    The Rapid City Rush came out like a house of fire against Quad City in Game Six of their first round playoff series, earning the opportunity to blast the Mallards out of the sky and soar to the second round of the playoffs. The Rush and Mallards square off Wednesday
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  • South Dakota Mines gets new Athletic Director

    The South Dakota Mines Athletic Department is under new management, tabbing Joel Lueken to fill the vacant Athletic Director position. Lueken had previously served as associate athletic director for William Jewell College, and is eager to embrace the challenge. Lueken says, 'One of the first goals that we're going to
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  • Stevens Student Athlete Signs to BHSU

    Rapid City Stevens is celebrating the signing of another of its athletes to a national letter of intent. Basketball standout Jennie Scharn signed a national letter of intent to play for Mark Nore and the Black Hills State Yellow Jackets. Scharn says, 'You know, it's such a great college town,
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  • Black Hills FOX Powerade Athlete of the Week

    I'm Megan Thompson, and this week's Black Hills Fox Powerade Athlete is a Special Olympian who uses sports as a way to socialize with his peers. Yvette Lassegard says, 'They are an outlet for him. Aric is an only child so it gives him social interaction and it gives him
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  • Rush forces game 7 with 2 - 1 win

    The first round of the Central Hockey League playoffs have gone much the way you would expect for the Rapid City Rush two heavyweights going blow-for-blow from the first drop of the puck. Tuesday night, the Rush would find themselves on the brink of elimination, with a vital Game Six
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  • Titans, Cobblers collide on HS diamond

    Out to McKeague Field where Sturgis hit the diamond against Rapid City Central. RCC Garret Hougland to left, Stu Ryan Willey makes the catch from his knees. RCC Parker Schnabel with the shot to short, Kody Kracht gets the first out, but just a little slow that he can't turn
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  • Sports live at Rush pre-game

     For his sportscast, Jamie Zepp went out to the ice arena where the Rush are getting ready for the big Malard game tonight. 
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Local teacher shows runners nationwide are 'Boston Strong'

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Over the next few days, thousands of runners from across the country will make their way to the East Coast for the 2014 Boston Marathon.

Among the 36,000 official entrants are five from Rapid City.

We caught up with one of our local runners to see just why this race is so important.

Belle Fourche: Small town receiving big praise

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Many might think of Belle Fourche as a quiet Northern Hills town, however, from a business standpoint it's anything but.

Just this week, the town was recognized as the Small Community of the Year by the South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic Development.

Black Hills man named SD Entrepreneur of the Year

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It seems the Northern Hills are a bustling place for business both big and small. The founder of a Spearfish-based bicycle parts manufacturer has been honored as the Mt. Rushmore State's 'Entrepreneur of the Year.'

New restaurant coming to Main Street Square

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Downtown Rapid City will be seeing a new dining option this spring.

Que Pasa and Fire House Brewery owner Bob Fuchs is set to open the latest Italian restaurant next month.

Diabetes on the rise nationally and locally

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There's an epidemic of diabetes in the U.S, and the effects of that epidemic are being seen increasingly in the Black Hills area.

According to the National Institutes of Health, the percentage of Americans with diabetes has doubled since 1988.

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