We are less than a month away from 6 a.m. alarms, backpacks and school lunches, but as parents and children ease into back-to-school mode, the Rapid City Area School district is kicking it into high gear, scrambling to fill open positions.
Mayor Sam Kooiker had some good economic news in his City of Rapid City Progress Report Tuesday.
The mayor issued the report at a press conference in the City Council chambers.
With the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally just around the corner, the Pennington County Sheriff's Office is gearing up by bringing in nine temporary deputies to assist them during one of their busiest weeks of the year.
As law enforcement gears up, so do the local bars in Sturgis.
Bars, restaurants, and vendors are putting on the finishing touches for this year's Sturgis Rally.
Monday night we introduced you to a few of the people who work at the Humane Society of the Black Hills and showed you what it takes to work for the non-profit organization.
It takes a special person to work for the Humane Society of the Black Hills, but their job isn't always loving on puppies and kitties, sometimes they have to make those difficult decisions on whether or not to put an animal down.
We talk about that in part two of, "The Humans behind the Humane Society of the Black Hills."
You may see more bighorn sheep in the Lead/Deadwood area as early as next year, as the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department plans to transplant the animals from Canada.
An open house meeting was held Tuesday evening to inform the public about bighorn sheep and the impacts they could have on the area.