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  • Rush gather on the course for one final goodbye

    The Central Hockey League season came to an end for the Rapid City Rush last week, but many of the players stuck around for one last hurrah before heading their separate ways.
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  • SD Mines thrower named Athlete of the Week

    This week's Black Hills Fox Powerade Athlete of the week went from the football field to track and field. He finished up his football career last year and was able to solely focus on throwing this year.
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  • Area's top athletes head for the Track-O-Rama

    The annual Track-O-Rama was originally slated for last Thursday, but cooler temps forced its postponement. Mother Nature couldn't have been more cooperative for the make-up date Tuesday afternoon. Out to O'Harra Stadium for the afternoon action.
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  • Cobbler clubbers hold off rival Titans

    Now out to the diamond where Central took on Sturgis Tuesday night. In the top of the first Kody Kracht hits the single base hit out to left field. Bottom of the first Blake Stone gets a piece of this one and sends it left and the Titans get the
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  • Spartan Tennis takes on Raiders

    Off to Sioux Park where Spearfish made the trip to Rapid City to take on Stevens. Number 1 singles, Chuck Tang against Spartan Corey Hoffman. ------------ Tang already up a set and rolling. Hoffman with the mis-hit, it makes it over the net, but Tang delivers the smash to pick up
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  • Cobblers club rival Raiders on the diamond

    Now that the weather has seemed to turn more toward summer, area teams are able to get out on a more consistent basis, including the area's high school baseball teams. Monday evening, Central and Stevens hit the diamond looking to show off what they've learned about themselves over the last
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  • Fox's Finest: 4/21/14

    Area teams go to work on the diamond. And the Rapid City Rush go out on their shields in the Central Hockey League Playoffs. We recap the week that was in this week's edition of the FOX's Finest.
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  • Mines senior throws his way onto national stage

    South Dakota Mines senior Brain Freed will be one to watch in the National Outdoor Championships. Freed has provisionally qualified for the meet in all three of the weight throw events, ranking first nationally in the discus, fifth in the hammer throw, and 28th in the shot put.
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  • Sunday Slapshot: 4-20-14

    The Rapid City Rush returned home this week to play game 6 and 7 of their playoff series against Quad City and unfortunately their season has come to an end. Out to game six on Tuesday night where it was do or die for the Rush.
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  • Yellowjacket girls struggle on the diamond

    The Black Hills State softball team has struggled this year, only able to manage one win in 23 attempts in Conference play.
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Powertech project currently at a standstill

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Powertech Uranium is going through a transition period while it awaits approval from several government agencies.

The company wants to use a new method for extracting uranium from the terrain northeast of Edgemont.

Amy pleads guilty to aggravated incest

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A man once facing multiple sex charges made a change of plea in a Rapid City courtroom Wednesday.

Steven Amy, of Anchorage, Alaska, pleaded guilty to aggravated incest in exchange for the state dropping charges of third degree rape, sexual exploitation of a minor, sexual contact without consent and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Sirens sound around SD for annual test

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With warmer temperatures filling the recent weather forecasts, severe weather season is underway.

For decades tornado sirens all over the county have sounded when a twister is approaching, but what some residents aren't aware of is the sirens aren't just used for tornadoes.

CSP Resort Company ready to welcome guests

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It's a big weekend coming up for many people in the tourist industry. Many businesses are opening up this coming weekend in advance of the customary May 1 opening date.

One of them is Custer State Park Resort Company, which is opening up on Friday along with most of the rest of the facilities in the park.

Empty Bowls Luncheon gives locals a reality check

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A now annual event is trying to fill the empty stomachs in South Dakota one bowl at a time.

Feeding South Dakota held its annual Empty Bowls luncheon on Wednesday.

Long boarding gaining ground in the Hills

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With spring weather finally upon us, many have been out and about enjoying it - from biking, to hiking, to long boarding!

If you've been around downtown Rapid City recently, you've probably noticed quite a few people on long boards.

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