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  • Raiders bludgeoned by Brandon Valley

    With many area schools seeing an early release for the Easter holiday, area teams are taking advantage with some early Friday contests. That includes the Stevens Raider baseball team, who took on Brandon Valley Friday afternoon.
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  • Cobbler baseball laces 'em up against Brookings

    The Central Cobblers took the field against Brookings in baseball action Friday afternoon.
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  • Ferras optimistic Wray will stay

    The off-season has begun after the Rapid City Rush were bounced from the Central Hockey League season, but the work is just beginning for Coach Joe Ferras and company. One of the big off-season questions will be the future of Captain Scott Wray, but one way or another, he'll still
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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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Deadwood welcomes progressive, multi-state slots

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Some brand new, high-tech slot machines have arrived in Deadwood that promise much bigger winnings.

The new slots are hooked up with other machines in Las Vegas and New Jersey.

Early voting for June elections now underway

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The races have been heating up, and now voters can begin casting their ballots. Early voting opened Friday for the June primary.

Pennington County Auditor Julie Pearson says from vetting petition signatures to proofing ballots, it takes months to prepare for early elections.

Restaurant supplier finds plenty of business in Black Hills

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They've been in business for around a year-and-a-half, and staff at Commercial Kitchen Products in Rapid City says the restaurant industry in the Black Hill is a booming one.

The kitchen supply store specializes in the retail sales and service of all kinds of equipment used in the food service industry.

Snowmobile industry coming off busy season

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It was a long, cold winter, with a lot of snow. So who's complaining? Certainly not the people involved in the snowmobile business in the Northern Hills.

This past snowmobile season turned out to be one of the best in years, according to the folks who rent and sell snowmobiles up there.

Square expecting big crowds for Easter festivities

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With Easter approaching many have an extended weekend from work or school, and several locations are preparing to celebrate this weekend.

Black Hills FOX reporter Zach Nugent reports live from downtown Rapid City with a preview of some of the larger events.

Rushmore readies for Easter Sunrise Celebration

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Mount Rushmore will play host to a sunrise service on Easter morning.

The Hills Parish, made up of the Hermosa United Church of Christ and the Keystone United Church of Christ, sponsors the Easter Sunrise Celebration, which is now the 69th annual at the Shrine of Democracy.

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