STURGIS — As part of a Gold Star Family, one which has given a member in service to the nation, Rita Boy of Sturgis nurtures the spark of a scant memory of her natural father, who died in World War II when she was just four years old.
United Way of the Black Hills is looking for more projects — especially in the Northern and Southern Hills — and volunteers for the 2022 Month of Caring.
The Sanford Underground Research Facility’s signature event, Neutrino Day, returns to Lead on July 9.
Deadwood's casinos saw their first downturn in March, following 18 months of near-record results.
Incumbents for seats on the Sturgis City Council and the mayoral race were victorious late Tuesday, following a near-record municipal election turnout.
Results from a competitive Sturgis City Council and mayoral election were still not known late Tuesday, as the city finance office had not yet released voter counts as of 10 p.m.
Robin Shrake announced her candidacy for Meade County Treasurer Thursday.
Three candidates for municipal office in Sturgis have filed a lawsuit against the city and City Manager Daniel Ainslie, alleging the office of city manager is not legal and that Ainslie should pay back all of his salary and benefits since he was hired in 2011.
Deadwood's casinos continue to exceed results for the first two months of the year, with February's gaming handle increasing by more than 10% over February 2021 and year-to-date topping more than $220 million.
Two Deadwood casinos and an internet sports book company have each been fined $3,000 by the South Dakota Commission on Gaming for accepting illegal bets on sporting events.
The 43rd annual Community Art Show will be on display in the Matthews Opera House and Arts Center Gallery on April 5 to 29, with an Artists Reception April 22.
A Sturgis man has been arrested following a bank robbery Monday in Spearfish.
Well-wishers gathered Friday outside of Sturgis Photos & Gifts to show their support for Bob Davis, the long-time owner of the store and the official group photographer for the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Davis' family says he is in hospice care.
Deadwood's casinos started off the new year with higher results compared to the beginning of the previous year, as January's gaming handle increased by 6.75% over January 2021.
Each year, gigatons of carbon dioxide (CO2) are emitted into our atmosphere. There, the potent greenhouse gas absorbs heat and warms our planet. To stall the warming process, there is a global effort not only to reduce carbon emissions, but to capture and store excess CO2 in geologic reservo…
The city of Sturgis announced Wednesday the retirement of Rally and Events Director, Jerry Cole, following more than six years with the city leading the Rally and Events Department.
The South Dakota Senate approved a $5 million funding request for a Meade County shooting complex on Tuesday by a vote of 28-7.
When his wife got a new job in Bison, Alan Grinsteinner put in an application at the high school, just in case. After all, he had taught high school mathematics for 13 years. And as a command sergeant major in the National Guard, Grinsteinner had been teaching and training thousands of soldi…
Rosenau named officer of year
STURGIS — A petition to change the form of government in Sturgis has been deemed invalid by 4th Circuit Court Judge Kevin Krull.
Hinton named public works director
With an average of 134 inches of snowfall each year, Lead is by far the snowiest city in South Dakota.
The city of Sturgis has withdrawn its request for a declaratory ruling on the validity of an election petition seeking to remove the city manager position from city government.
Crackerbarrel set for Saturday
Lawrence County Commissioners approved a conditional use permit last week to allow the Coeur Wharf mine near Lead to expand operations by an additional 47 acres.