Celebrate the life and times of one of Deadwood’s most famous gunslingers—Wild Bill Hickok at Wild Bill Days. See big name artists and your favorite bands perform live concerts on Main Street all weekend long.
The Matthews Opera House and Arts Center champions participation in the arts to inspire and connect the powerful creative force of THE community, enriching lives now and securing A historic cultural legacy for the future.
In January 2020 Ground Control launched a way to give local musicians, artists and the entertainers of the Pine Ridge Reservation a platform in which they can share their unique talents with their community via social media and reservation wide talent shows.
There has been increased awareness about cybersecurity but lately Rapid City police have seen an increase in other types of fraud; checks. According to Detective Jacob LeLaCheur there are few ways to be fooled.
The Rapid City Rush recognize veterans and active duty military through our community this weekend. Games on Friday, May 21st and Saturday, May 22nd against Indy will be dedicated to Military Appreciation Weekend.
This summer, Black Hills State University is offering several daytime academic summer camps that gives students, K-12, the opportunity to learn from expert faculty and experienced business professionals in the areas of STEM, Photography, Youth Entrepreneurship and Creative Writing.
One of the harbingers of Spring is always the cleaning that comes along with it. But what do you do with the things you plan on disposing? Jancie Knight, outreach coordinator for Solid Waste Division. has answers with this year’s Clean-Up Week.
Author Molly Weisgram, a South Dakota native, released The Other Side of Us: A Memoir of Trauma, Truth, and Transformation, a beautifully crafted memoir about a young family that faces the unimaginable, the sudden and traumatic health crisis of Molly’s husband, Chris Maxwell.
A memorandum has been signed by the Pennington County State’s Attorney’s Office and Native Women’s Health Care aimed at keeping women with substance abuse disorders clean and sober before, during, and after pregnancy. If a woman is in a diversion program she has a chance to have all her convictions erased which will assist them in obtaining an apartment, job, and any education after that.
This is the first day of it’s kind in the state and members of BHSU’s ROTC including Cdt. Jordan Burge, Cdt. Drew Hanson, and Cpt. Laura Arnold will be at the ready to organize and facilitate the event.
The South Dakota Statewide Family Engagement Center (SFEC) brings together students, families, schools, and communities together by focusing on learner needs. SFEC strives to ensure that all learners—especially English Language Learners (ELL), economically disadvantaged learners and minority students—have the supports they need to achieve academic, career, and life goals.
The Matthews Opera House (MOH) has some exciting Community Art Opportunities this month. The Community Art Show, now in its 42nd year, has a new mural that is being installed in Spearfish. Spring intern and BHSU senior Kady Jo Dufloth has created an amazing mural for the Spearfish skatepark.
The contest started along with the Dahl promoting the Banff Film Festival which is online this year due to COVID-19. That did not deter over 200 individual submission for the exhibit. Assistant Curator at the Dahl, Jeannie Larson, was impressed with the entries and the overall turnout.
The sounds of live music will be echoing through the gold-filled gulch of Deadwood from Memorial Day through Labor Day, thanks to the largest series of open-air concerts in the fabled town’s history, it was announced Friday.
From each ticket sold, $5 will go into a fund that will then be donated to four partners: Boys and Girls Clubs of the Black Hills, Court Appointed Special Advocates (“CASA”), Fork Real Café, and Special Olympics South Dakota.