STURGIS – If you want to know what events are happening in Sturgis, a monthly meeting is now planned for citizens to get an update. The Sturgis Rally & Events Department and the Sturgis Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau will host a monthly meeting to update the community on events planned by both […]
STURGIS, S.D. – Sturgis Scooper Aiden Hedderman had a record setting day at the Sturgis Invitational Track and Field meet Tuesday. Hedderman set a new school record in the 110 meter hurdles. He finished in a time of 14.86 seconds – breaking a record that had been set back in 1997.
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Zach Court and Rory Kerins each scored, Adam Carlson made 28 saves and the Rapid City Rush beat the Idaho Steelheads 2-1 on Wednesday night at The Monument Ice Arena. The Rush extended their point streak to six games and pulled themselves into a three-way tie for the fourth and final […]
PIERRE, S.D. — Everyone is safe following an emergency landing at the Pierre Regional Airport Wednesday evening. Pierre police say a United Airlines flight operated by SkyWest Airlines landed after experiencing engine failure. The aircraft was enroute to Denver from Fargo. A news release from the Pierre Police Department said a call was received by […]
FARGO, N.D. – A federal court in North Dakota is blocking the Biden Administration’s Waters of the United States rule in South Dakota and nearly two dozen other states. The court issued a preliminary injunction yesterday against a new rule reinterpreting the definitions for U.S. waters. The court’s move comes in response to a motion […]
GILLETTE, WY – The Sturgis Scoopers opened up their season Wednesday afternoon in Gillette and dropped two games to the Roughriders. The Sccooers fell behind early in the opener and couldn’t come back in an 11-1 loss in game one, and lost 14-0 in game two. Gillette got things started in the first inning in […]