Ben Rogers has been named president and director of local sales for the Rapid City Journal and for the newly established Dakota regional division, the Journal's parent company Lee Enterprises announced Wednesday.
Sliding on black ice changed the trajectory of the Rutzes’ lives.
Check out the January edition of Elevate magazine.
Rapid City and the region had record-breaking numbers in 2021, but the growth brought challenges the area is still navigating, Elevate Rapid City’s president and CEO said.
Firehouse Wine Cellars in Rapid City was awarded one gold and two silver medals at the San Francisco International Wine Competition, which is one of the largest and most influential wine competitions.
El Nevado de Toluca, a new restaurant in downtown Rapid City, is built on family members supporting each other’s dreams.
Check out the December edition of Elevate magazine.
Stephanie Judson, president/CEO of the South Dakota Community Foundation, received the "2021 eMarketer of the Year" award from Crescendo during the Practical Planned Giving Conference virtual event on Nov. 3.
Just two years after graduating from high school, a 19-year-old is bringing a Sioux Falls business to Rapid City as a general manager and partial owner.
Owner Valena Baker speaks about opening Hermosa Coffee House and the incredible response from the community.
Check out the November edition of Elevate magazine.
More subs and sandwiches are coming to Rapid City.
Check out the October edition of Elevate magazine.
A battery manufacturer based in Joplin, Missouri, has selected Rapid City as the site for its new 600,000-square-foot gigafactory that eventually could create as many as 1,500 jobs.
Check out the September edition of Elevate magazine.
Signify Health is looking for 180 additional employees between its Rapid City and Dallas locations.
Two Rapid City business owners will bring their Omaha-based business to the Black Hills.
Joanne Felix Kunz has bought LEGO twice or three times a week for the past 11 years after marrying her husband Bill.
The Colemans wanted to find a place to raise their four kids that was business and firearms friendly.
David Zehntner only planned to live outside of Wisconsin during the pandemic but ended up finding a home in Rapid City.
Check out the July edition of Elevate magazine.
Check out the August edition of Elevate magazine.
Drew Karstens listens to his business and customers the way he listens to his body.
Wall is missing a road easement and a portion of county land to move forward with its industrial park and housing expansion plans.
Check out the June edition of Elevate magazine.