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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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  • Raiders go to work against Brookings

    Off to McKeague Field where Jim Sullivan and the Stevens Raiders took on Brookings.
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  • Rushmore Little League cleans up after summer and winter storms

    Little League baseball season is on the horizon. Earlier Saturday, Rushmore Little League held its annual clean-up day.
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  • Ferras, Rush already looking to next season

    Even though it will be about another six months before the Rapid City Rush returns to the ice, Head Coach Joe Ferras is already planning for the future of the organization. We had a chance to catch up with the Head Rush to see what that future holds.
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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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Group uses Earth Day to protest uranium mining

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Tuesday is Earth Day, and several environmental organizations in the Black Hills area used the occasion to protest uranium mining in western South Dakota.

In a campaign they're calling "Clean up the Mines," the groups pointed out at a gathering along the Cheyenne River at Red Shirt Tuesday that there are no federal laws requiring the cleanup of uranium mines.

Father speaks about importance of organ donation

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In an effort to increase organ and tissue donor awareness, Rapid City Regional Hospital hosted a special event outside the hospital this morning as part of National Donate Life week and month.

Director of Patient Services Lois Ames says, "We're honoring families who have chosen to give the gift of life to people who would otherwise die waiting for an organ and to enhance the lives of people who are waiting for tissue as well as the recipients of those organs and tissues, just honoring the whole gift of life."

Live grenade brought into Pawn Shop

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It was a lively day at a local pawn shop in downtown Rapid City. The Ellsworth Air Force Base bomb squad was called to Presidential Pawn.

Severe weather season: prep with an app

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As efforts to recover from the unexpectedly disastrous blizzard continue, those with the American Red Cross are using that massive storm as an example in this year's severe weather awareness week.

Richard Smith, executive director of the Black Hills Chapter of the American Red Cross says, "Where are you going to meet if you have to evacuate your home what are you going to do if a storm does strike?"

Rapid City passes texing ban

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You better keep your eyes on the road texting while driving will soon be illegal in the City of Rapid City.

Tragedy at Falling Rock prompts reminders of climbing safety

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Authorities have identified the Rapid City woman who died after a Saturday evening climbing accident at a popular Black Hills hiking and climbing destination.

The Pennington County Sheriff's Office says 39 year old Michelle Goodgion died from her injuries after being extracted from the bottom of the cliff... and airlifted to Rapid City Regional Hospital.

Brendyn Medina spoke with the Pennington County Search and Rescue about their history with the popular recreation area.

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