When restaurant chain Old Chicago opened a location in Rapid City, they knew they wanted to form a partnership with a local charity to raise money.
Melissa Crouch, a kindergarten teacher at South Canyon Elementary School, received an award this week from Rapid City Area Schools for saving her student Jonathon's life using the Heimlich Maneuver when he was choking on an orange.
With the help of several volunteers and continued donations from individuals and corporations, a former Rapid City Area Schools teacher is working to keep Native youth in the Rapid City and Pine Ridge area warm this winter.
The Sergeant Colton Levi Derr Foundation will host its sixth annual Gallantly Forward Gala this week to support veterans and their families.
Single mothers and fathers, vulnerable adults, senior citizens, toddlers and babies — there is no discrimination when it comes to food insecurity. Each day, Feeding South Dakota’s food pantries report lines of people waiting at the door as food bank inventories dwindle statewide.
A motorcycle group raised more than $300,000 for LifeScape of Rapid City during a recent event.
Volunteering and beer go together like peanut butter and jelly.
Clean comedy and '90s music.
A memorial fund has been created for a North Dakota man who died last month in the Black Hills.
A year of hands-on learning and fun awaits 30 local kids, thanks to two companies that invested in YMCA of Rapid City's 2019 Kids Campaign.
More than 50 people were celebrated for their volunteer efforts during a recent awards luncheon in Rapid City.
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The Rapid City/Black Hills KOA Holiday Campground has adopted a new program called Pick Up America, which encourages the public to remove trash from public lands, trails, waterways and other recreation spaces.
A local youth literacy organization recently received more than $7,000 to help with its mission.
National American University and Dress for Success Black Hills have joined forces to help job seekers be well-prepared and well-dressed for the workforce.
The mission of the Sandwich Ministry is just that: to make more sandwiches to feed those in need. Thanks to the support of a recent grant, that goal will become reality.
A Rapid City student was one of the top youth volunteers recognized for volunteerism last month during a star-studded ceremony in Washington, D.C.
Rapid City-area credit unions joined the response to help flood victims on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation earlier this spring.
The Rapid City Cosmopolitan Club will be distributing $30,000 in grants, according to a news release from the organization.
Shelby Klein of Lemmon was one of more than 1,700 current University of Iowa students who recently helped raise almost $3 million for the UI Stead Family Children's Hospital.
Feeding South Dakota recently got a 70,000-pound boost.
Four West River people's community service and involvement were recognized this weekend by the Catalyst Club.
As spring flooding continued to wreak havoc across the Midwest, water isn't the only thing pouring in.
Students and faculty at Valley View Elementary School concluded a fundraiser Friday that collected some $1,200 for the National Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.