Check out the October edition of Elevate magazine.
Those that hope to open daycare centers in Rapid City have two new resources to help pay for building, expanding or furnishing daycares.
Rapid City is looking to its future as city leaders, state legislators and community members broke ground on the Black Hills Industrial Center Tuesday afternoon.
A new, nearly 700-acre industrial complex in Rapid City will start to take shape as the groundbreaking approaches.
Check out the September edition of Elevate magazine.
The Wall Economic Development Corporation has a new director.
Threads of raspberry, marigold and teal weave together the natural aesthetic of the recently opened BB’s Natural wine bar in downtown Rapid City — a wine bar offering an assortment of natural wines and international snacks for everyone from the wine novice to the cultured connoisseur.
The South Dakota Barber College in Rapid City is offering free back-to-school haircuts for kids from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 22.
The Black Hills Weed Shop, nestled inside a former mechanics bay off Deadwood Avenue in Rapid City, is ready to be the first medical cannabis dispensary to open in Rapid City. They just need the weed.
Prices are likely to fall on gas and energy by the end of the year, said Elevate Rapid City President/CEO Tom Johnson.
Elevate Rapid City, in partnership with Heartland Forward and Builders and Backers, released applications Monday for Black Hills residents to dare themselves to pursue their ideas.
After its first five years and into its next five, Elevate Rapid City hopes to bring the region's success to those who have not yet been able to benefit from it.
Lloyd Companies is working on test piles as it nears a start date for the Block 5 development on St. Joseph Street between Fifth and Sixth streets.
Neiman Enterprises, a large-scale timber and logging company, announced Thursday it would reduce work hours from the company's remaining sawmills in the Black Hills, citing a reduction in timber supply.
The Western Legacy Development Corporation meat processing plant anticipates groundbreaking in January 2023 despite no permits from the city, non-guaranteed space in the Black Hills Industrial Center, and still being in its research and development phase.
“Well-being is where it’s at” is one of Amy Amann’s mantras. Her new business, The Light-Hearted Yogi: A Hub of Well-Being, strives to be a place that nurtures people and encourages greater well-being in their lives.
A $1.1 billion processing plant could be built in the Black Hills Industrial Park in south Rapid City, a realty company announced Friday.
Country singer Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous” tour was a smash hit for The Monument in Rapid City. The May 13 concert at Summit Arena attracted fans from 48 states and four Canadian provinces and set new records.
Rapid City’s first fully dedicated hydration therapy lounge will open in mid-June, bringing the community a rejuvenating new resource for wellness and self-care.
Box Elder’s Genesis Farms was approved for three conditional use permits for medical cannabis dispensaries in Rapid City Thursday morning.
Visit Rapid City will be celebrating National Travel and Tourism Week from Sunday through May 7, with several events throughout the week.
When Liliya Stone first set foot in Wall 12 years ago, she didn't speak English, had no experience and no way to use her two master’s degrees. All she had was a J-1 visa from a Russian city of 1 million people, and a dream to be successful in the United States.
Two Piedmont women are the new owners of the only coffee shop in Summerset.
The Deadwood Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau will host a city-wide job fair from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. May 3 at the Deadwood Welcome Center, 501 Main Street.
Neon pinks and oranges line the edges of café benches, pulled up to chalkboard tabletops, surrounded by turquoise walls and handmade art.
At 10 years old, Emmett Reistroffer’s experience with cannabis had been cautionary tales of gangs and wayward lifestyles. When he saw his mother separating seeds and stems from a plant, he knew something he’d been told must be wrong.