State Rep. Tony Randolph (R-Rapid City) is running for re-election in South Dakota State House District 35. The district covers eastern Rapid City, Box Elder, and a portion of Ellsworth Air Force Base.
Representative Scott Odenbach (R-Spearfish) is running for re-election to the South Dakota State House in District 31. District 31 is made up entirely of Lawrence County, which includes Deadwood and Spearfish in it’s limits. Odenbach faces two primary challengers; incumbent Mary Fitzgerald and Mistie Caldwell.
State Sen. David Johnson (R-Rapid City) is running for re-election to the South Dakota State Senate in District 33. District 33 is made up of portions of Pennington and Meade Counties. He faces one primary opponent, Janet Jensen.
Tim Goodwin is running for election to the South Dakota Senate in District 30. The district includes portions of Custer, Fall River, and Pennington counties. Goodwin faces one primary challenger, incumbent State Sen. Julie Frye-Mueller (R-Rapid City).
Julie Frye-Mueller is running for re-election to the South Dakota Senate in District 30. The district includes portions of Custer, Fall River, and Pennington counties. Frye-Mueller currently faces one primary challenger, current State House Rep. Tim Goodwin (R-Rapid City).
John Carley is running for the District 29 State Senate seat. The district is made up of portions of Pennington, Butte, and Meade Counties. Carley faces two primary challengers; Beka Zerbst and Dean Wink.
Beka Zerbst is running for the District 29 State Senate seat. The district is made up of portions of Pennington, Butte, and Meade Counties. Zerbst faces two primary challengers; John Carley and Dean Wink.
Organizers for an “equity training” event in Spearfish say that they attend to move forward with the event as planned, despite continuing education units (CEUs) no longer being available to educators who attend.
Consumers are still feeling a pinch in their wallets when it comes to buying gas, but there has been some relief as gas prices are starting to decline. But what do higher gas prices mean for the City of Rapid City? Where the fuel costs for 2022 were budgeted back in September of 2021.
It’s not every day the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office and Rapid City Police Department get to train for a real-life hostage scenario. But law enforcement and special forces got the opportunity to execute their annual full team training using real-life hostage scenarios with real-life people.
“We’re really honored to carry this work forward on their behalf and also on behalf of the future generations. Our children need a safe place to go. It is such a tremendous feeling to be closer to providing these safe places for our community,”
“The night before. He came to my room and sat on my bed and we talked and when he went to leave the room he gave me a hug and kissed me on the cheek and said I love you pops, he called me pops. He was my best friend besides being my son,”