Things on this site not working properly or are you not seeing what you expected? Follow the information below to try and resolve your issues.

Make sure you are using an updated browser.

Most browsers now have automatic updates, but just in case, you can try downloading the latest version of your favorite browser below.

Clear your browser's cache.

Your browser stores some infomation about each webpage it visits in cache for a certain amount of time. Clearing your browser's cache will make it show the most updated information. Each browser is different, so follow the steps below for your browser to clear its cache.

Firefox
  1. In your browser's menu bar, select History → Clear Recent History...
  2. Under "Time Range to Clear" select "Everything."
  3. Expand the "Details" section and check "Cache."
  4. Click the "Clear Now" button.
Chrome
  1. In your browser's toobar go to Tools → "Clear browsing data"...
  2. Select the checkboxes for the types of information that you want to remove.
  3. Click "Clear browsing data."
Internet Explorer
  1. In your browser's menu bar go to Tools (or gear icon) → Internet Options.
  2. On the General Tab, click "Delete" under "Browsing History"
  3. Make sure "Temporary Internet files" is checked and click delete
Safari
  1. In the Mac OS X menu bar, go to Safari → Empty Cache. (Seriously, this it)

If that didn't work, try removing stale cookes.

A cookie is small chunks of information stored by the browser to help it remember site preferences, login information, and more. Sometimes issues with websites can be fixed by removing these old cookies and settings your preferences for the site back to it's default values.

Firefox
  1. In your browser's menu bar, select Options → Options...
  2. Select the Privacy panel
  3. Set Firefox will: to "Use custom settings for history."
  4. Click on "Show Cookies..."
  5. Look for cookies ending in rapidcityjournal.com.
  6. Select them and click "Remove Cookie."
  7. Close the Cookies window
Chrome
  1. Click the Chrome menu and go to Settings
  2. Click "Show advanced settings..."
  3. Click on Content settings in the "Privacy" section.
  4. In the "Cookies" section, click "All cookies and site data."
  5. Click Done for the Cookies and Other Data dialog when you're finshed.
Internet Explorer
  1. In your browser's menu bar go to Tools (or gear icon) → Internet Options.
  2. On the General Tab, click "Delete" under "Browsing History"
  3. Make sure "Temporary Internet files" is checked and click delete
Safari
  1. In the Mac OS X menu bar, go to Safari → Empty Cache. (Seriously, this is it)