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  • Athlete of the Week: Canyon Lake Little League All-Stars

    The Canyon Lake All-Stars are preparing for the Midwest Region Tournament this week after a week full of wins, at the district tournament. Megan Thompson caught up with this week's Athletes of the Week before they made the trek to Indianapolis.
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  • Colleges pitch in at youth football camp

    It's time to start gearing up for football season. The Black Hills Youth Football League is helping their youngsters hone their gridiron skills for a few days this week. The Black Hills State Yellow Jackets helped put the players through some drills.
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  • Rule changes coming for CHL

    The Central Hockey League will undergo a handful of rule changes for the coming season, including one major change to the game's extra frame.
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  • Rush adds rookies

    More news from the ice, as the Rapid City Rush has added a pair of rookies to next season's roster. Reid Campbell and Patrick Divjak joined the club as amateurs last season, during the playoffs, but did not see any playing time during the post-season.
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  • Post 22 tourney preview

    The State American Legion baseball tournament begins Wednesday for the Post 22 ball club in Huron. Head Coach Mitch Messer and company face Watertown in the first contest of the tournament. Messer says Watertown will be a solid first test for his ball club.
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  • Post 22 ready for state tournament

    The Post 22 ball club is eager to add to its already-impressive collection of 38 state titles when they take the diamond a little later this week. The Hardhats are continuing to keep their skills sharp after claiming the Region 3-A American Legion title last week.
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  • FOX's Finest

    The American Legion Baseball post-season hits high gear in the Queen City, and the Days of 76 delivers, once again, in the rodeo arena. We recap the week that was in another action-packed edition of the FOX's Finest.
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  • Canyon Lake All-Stars ready for Midwest Regional Little League Tournament

    The Canyon Lake All-Stars Little league team is on the road to the World Series with just the Midwest-Regional Tournament standing between them and Williamsport. And Sunday the team got in one last practice at home before they make their way to Indianapolis.
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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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Rapid City Area Schools impose last best offer for next year's teacher contract

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After months of negotiations between teachers and Rapid City Area Schools over next year's contract, the school board has passed a resolution that imposes the last best offer, which South Dakota state law allows.

After a new contract was rejected by teachers, impasse was declared.

Superintendent Dr. Tim Mitchell says the major issues center around salary and benefits with insurance.

The imposed contract calls for a 3 percent ongoing raise in teacher salary, a 2 percent one-time bonus and a 9.4 percent increase in what teachers pay for health insurance premiums.

Backpack Program helps feed area school children throughout the school year

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One in every five kids in South Dakota is at risk of hunger, not knowing when their next adequate meal will be, that's according to Feeding South Dakota.

And that's why the Backpack Program here in Rapid City helps feed those area school children who are at risk of hunger during the school year.

Program coordinator Ryan Chocholousek says they will provide food to a record 1,812 children this fall, the highest number ever.

He says they will be giving 30 more backpacks of food to children in need to eat over the weekends, when they don't have access to school lunch programs, but adding those 30 still does NOT cover the need.

Three arrested Tuesday in undercover operation targeting sex crimes

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Rapid City Police say they arrested three more people Tuesday iin an undercover operation targeting sex crimes.

Police say 52-year old Daniel Kruse of Interior, 61-year old James Farley of Cody, Nebraska, and 23-year old Milo Bullbear of Rapid City were cited for hiring for sexual activity.

And the South Dakota Highway Patrol says a trooper stopped a vehicle for speeding on I-90 in Lawrence County on Monday.

Highway safety agencies join their counterparts for Rally week

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With the Rally quickly approaching, we've talked a lot recently about highway safety.

In fact law enforcement agencies in both North and South Dakota are joining their counterparts in 13 other states in a four-day interstate enforcement campaign on interstates 90 and 94.

The "I-90/94 Challenge" has a goal of zero fatalities on the two interstates from Washington state to Massachusetts through Monday, and a 50 percent reduction in all crashes for the reporting period.

In all, the effort covers more than 56-hundred miles of highway.

Law enforcement strees motorists to be aware of their surroundings

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Local law enforcement officers want to stress that exact message and remind motorcyclists and car drivers, to be aware of their surroundings.

This comes after a motorcycle versus car accident that occurred just before 10 this morning.

Rapid City Police say a Kia Sorrento and a motorcycle were both traveling northbound on Lacrosse Street.

The motorcycle attempted to move into the Kia's lane but did not see the vehicle and ran right into it.

The famous Budweiser Clydesdales arrive in Sturgis

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The Sturgis Buffalo Chip was proud to welcome the famous Budweiser Clydesdales to its extensive list of well-known guests appearing at this year's Sturgis Rally.

The world-renowned team of ten horses, six handlers and one Dalmatian, made their grand entrance yesterday at the Chip, and spent today preparing for their busy upcoming week.

The team travels almost 300 days a year, all across the country, making appearances in parades, commercials and pictures.

Handlers say the pampering and preparation can be an all-day event.

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