Monday Nov 25
The man who saved Rapid City
The Rapid City flood of 1972 was a disaster. It claimed 238 lives, many of them Native Americans, and severely damaged the tourism season that summer.
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There are few things more disappointing than potential unfulfilled, when the ring is pulled from your grasp on the cusp of finishing a task or realizing a goal.
KELO-TV Sioux Falls
Personal Stories Of Storm Spread On Social Media
Western South Dakota ranchers are still adding up their losses following the massive blizzard that dumped more than two feet of snow on many parts of the Black Hills.
U.S. returning to tribe last of S.D. land seized for WWII bombing range
Paul Joseph Herman Sr. remembers the federal government seizing his land to turn it into a bombing range.