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BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: SF O’Gorman tops RC Central in boys and girls basketball

RAPID CITY, S.D. – It’s been an up and down season thus far for the Rapid City Central girls basketball team. After starting the season by winning three out of four games, the Cobblers have since lost three out of five contests. Central was hoping to upset 4th ranked Sioux Falls O’Gorman on Friday night. Unfortunately, the Knights rolled over…

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Whitewood dogs ready for adoption

SPEARFISH, S.D. — Following the seizure of over 30 abused and neglected dogs from a Whitewood residence last year, the Western Hills Humane Society in Spearfish does has some good news to share. Following months of rehabilitation, many are now ready for adoption. It was a sad day for officials who had to rescue the dogs, but the beginning of…

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Day of Kindness put on by Saint Thomas More raises money for local Children’s Miracle Network

RAPID CITY, S.D. — As part of Saint Thomas More Middle School’s Day of Kindness, students write an act of kindness either by them or for them on a sticky note and hang it up in the hallway. For every sticky note one dollar is donated to the charity of their choosing. This year the students chose the Children’s Miracle…

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Chinook Days holds ice sculpture contest

SPEARFISH, S.D. — The Matthews Opera House held its Second Annual Snow Sculpture Contest as part of the Chinook Days celebration. It was an opportunity for the community to mix history, science and creativity. Last year, participants created dog and Baby Yoda sculptures. This year there was a mix of animals, graduation caps, and even an Egyptian sphynx. Although the…

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North Dakota reports 3 more COVID-19 deaths, 196 new cases

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota health officials say three more people have died from COVID-19 in the state, bringing the overall death toll from the pandemic to 1,403. An additional 196 new cases of the virus were confirmed. There have been more than 96,500 cases of COVID-19 since last March. Officials say 93,980 people have recovered. Fifty-three people remained…

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