The lawsuits center on cancers, hormonal problems and gastrointestinal illnesses believed to have been caused by exposure to so-called forever chemicals present in firefighting foam that was used for more than 60 years to put out petroleum fires at U.S. airports and military installations.
Two inmates at the State Penitentiary in Sioux Falls are being charged with Attempted Murder and Aggravated Assault Against a Law Enforcement Officer following assaults against correctional officers Thursday morning
Under the AML Fee-based Reclamation Program, OSMRE has granted approximately $8 billion to states and tribes to address the physical hazards posed by mined and abandoned or inadequately restored lands and waters prior to 1977.
The Sturgis Public Library will host “Crossroads: Change in Rural America” exhibit that explores the evolving landscape of rural American communities in the 20th century. In cooperation with the South Dakota Humanities Council, Crossroads opens March 13th through April 30th.
For 25 years, companies and organizations have come together for the Black Hills Regional Job Fair to connect with job seekers in the Rapid City area. Jeff Wangen, a Farmers Insurance Agency owner, and job fair organizer recommends that job seekers come well-prepared with a proper resume, and a cover letter and dressed professionally.
The schedule of events at Homestake Opera House would normally be jam packed ranging from community theatre to concerts to dances. Now with the theatre shut down for a few months while continuing with their restoration project, staff are actively engaging with the Lead community to get involved in participating in some fundraising activities still happening in the building.
According to the description on Amazon, “Sentenced” is about a family physician who has his whole life upended by a serial killer, who has an intricate understanding of the medical establishment. The physician is forced to lean into his own understanding of the medical field to track the serial killer down, and do what law enforcement can’t.
Republican State Senate candidate Joel Koskan appeared in court for the first time Monday morning. He is charged with child abuse, stemming for allegations that he sexually abused a minor over the course of several years.
Pat Cromwell is running as a Democrat for the South Dakota State House in District 35. District 35 consists of eastern Rapid City, stretching both east and south to include Box Elder as well. Cromwell is running against two Republican incumbents, Tony Randolph and Tina Mulally, with another Democrat, David Hubbard.
Nicole Heenan is running for the South Dakota State Senate as a Democrat in District 32. The district encompasses much of downtown Rapid City, and runs south towards Upper Spring Creek Road. Heenan is challenging incumbent Republican Helene Duhamel.
Vince Vidal is a Democrat running for the South Dakota State House in District 33. District 33 includes portions of Pennington and Meade County within it. Vidal faces two Republicans in the November general election, incumbent Phil Jensen and Curt Massie.
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland visited Mission Saturday as part of the "Road to Healing" tour. As part of the tour, Haaland and her staff listen to stories from Federal Indian Boarding School survivors.