Two Republican candidates are facing off for Pennington County Board of Commissioners in District 1, incumbent Ron Rossknecht and challenger Mike Mueller.
Two seats are up for election on the Rapid City Council, one each in Ward 2 and Ward 5.
Two candidates for Pennington County Sheriff squared off in a pair of forums Thursday, attempting to make their cases as to why Republican voters should cast a ballot in their favor.
Voters and interested parties in the Rapid City Area Schools Board of Education election will have another chance to hear from the candidates during a Monday evening panel discussion.
Voters and interested parties in the race for the Area 3 and Area 6 positions on the Rapid City Area Schools Board of Education were able to hear from the candidates Tuesday during a forum sponsored by Elevate Rapid City at the David Lust Accelerator Building.
A candidate for Rapid City Area Schools Board of Education denied Tuesday that she wrote an incendiary letter that calls teachers "Tyrants" and calls her opponent a "WOKE leftist," but she admitted she approved it.
A daughter of Gov. Kristi Noem received preferential treatment as she progressed through a real estate appraiser licensing program administered by the state.
SIOUX FALLS | South Dakota Senate Republicans in a private 2020 meeting planned how to achieve an already-negotiated outcome to a committee investigating a pair of lawmakers for being intoxicated during legislative proceedings even before the committee had a chance to meet, according to a te…
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is Part Two of Two on the state House and Senate races in the Rapid City area, due to the amount of candidates running for office, covering Districts 33, 34 and 35. Part One published Thursday, covering Districts 30 and 32.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is Part One of Two on the state House and Senate races in the Rapid City area, due to the amount of candidates running for office, covering Districts 30 and 32. Part Two will publish Friday, covering Districts 33, 34 and 35.
Rapid City’s Legal and Finance Committee approved a resolution to create a Tax Increment Finance District and project plan for the Black Hills Industrial Center Wednesday.
Inflation, the labor force and increased population have all added to Rapid City’s solid waste system.
SIOUX FALLS | A top aide to Republican South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg announced Tuesday he is seeking the GOP nomination for state attorney general, suggesting that Ravnsborg won’t seek another term as he faces an impeachment trial in the death of a pedestrian.
A West River legislator gunning for U.S. Rep. Dusty Johnson's job in Congress hopes to tap into a wing of the GOP still smarting over President Joe Biden's 2020 victory.
The National Rifle Association's Political Victory Fund has endorsed South Dakota's U.S. Rep. Dusty Johnson and U.S. Sen. John Thune in the June 7 Republican primary election.
Vince Vidal, a Rapid City Democrat, announced his candidacy for state House District 33, which includes portions of Pennington and Meade counties.
Box Elder’s Genesis Farms was approved for three conditional use permits for medical cannabis dispensaries in Rapid City Thursday morning.
SIOUX FALLS | A second group attempting to expand Medicaid eligibility in South Dakota submitted petition signatures to the secretary of state Tuesday in a bid to place a proposed law on the November ballot and create a rival to a proposed constitutional amendment.
The West River Area Health Education Center could invest $2.5 million over the next four years into future health care professionals.
SIOUX FALLS | A South Dakota ethics board on Monday moved to hire an outside attorney as it considers a pair of ethics complaints against Gov. Kristi Noem, delaying its decision on whether to investigate allegations the governor interfered in a state agency evaluating her daughter's applicat…
Constitutional Amendment C, on the June 7 primary ballot in South Dakota, would change the number of votes needed to pass ballot issues that raise taxes and fees. The increased number of votes would also apply to ballot issues that call for the expenditure of $10 million over five years.
Ahead of the June 7 primary election, the League of Women Voters of South Dakota offers the nonpartisan election resource VOTE411.org.
Republican John Carley has announced that he is running for state Senate in District 29, which encompasses most of Meade County.
Republican Jodie Frye has announced her run for a state House seat representing District 34.
Rapid City attorney Jay Shultz announced that he will run for a seat representing state House District 34, which encompasses west Rapid City.