Rapid City News Room (64 items)

AIR FORCE STAFF SERGEANT IS MARCH VETERAN OF THE MONTH   RAPID CITY--Staff Sergeant Christian Messina, who enlisted in the United States Air Force in 2011 due to the ongoing war on terror and to make a contribution to changing the world for the better, has been named Rapid City's…
Women's History Month: A Look Back 20th Century Women Sought, Won Local Office; Paved Way for Today's Leaders RAPID CITY--March is Women's History Month and a review of City Hall archives provides a revealing look at how women have made their mark in local government.             Currently, there are four…
City officials, business leaders, Chamber officials and residents gathered for Wednesday's groundbreaking ceremony for the third and final phase of the Mount Rushmore Road Reconstruction Project. Council members Lisa Modrick, Ritchie Nordstrom and Darla Drew were among those attending the ceremony.  Modrick, a member of the Mount Rushmore Road Reconstruction…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/March 14, 2017   CITY PARKS & RECREATION SEEKING SEASONAL EMPLOYEES Many positions available at City's pools, parks and greenhouse   RAPID CITY--The City's Parks and Recreation Department is seeking applicants for a number of seasonal positions including jobs at the City's parks and greenhouse as well as…
February rate moves above 600 youth passenger trips per day   RAPID CITY--The number and percentage of youth using the RapidRide System continues to increase with February daily numbers setting new records.                 For February's 18 service days, there were 10,907 youth passenger trips on RapidRide, or an average of…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/March 1, 2017     PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE APPROVES ORDINANCE REGULATIONS ON PARK USAGE Proposal Goes to Monday's City Council Meeting RAPID CITY--For the first time in many years, the City is revising regulations on use of the City's parks.             At Tuesday's meeting, the City's Public Works…
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." >   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/February 27, 2017   MUNICIPAL AND SCHOOL CANDIDATES BEGIN CIRCULATING PETITIONS MARCH 1 Election Packets for City, School Elections Available   RAPID CITY--Candidates for mayor, alderman and the school board can begin circulating petitions Wednesday.  The municipal and school elections are scheduled for Tuesday, June…
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." >   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/February 20, 2017   MAIN STREET WATER LINE REPAIRS COMPLETE, TRAFFIC LANE OPENS   RAPID CITY--City crews have completed repairs on the water line on Main Street, east of East Boulevard near the Post Office and all lanes of traffic in the impacted area are…
Council member Darla Drew provided a greeting that included leading the participants in "We Are The Champions" at the opening ceremonies for the Special Olympics Basketball and Cheer Tournament Friday at South Dakota School of Mines. A total of 17 teams are competing in basketball with dozens of participants also…
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." > FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/February 16, 2017   OPEN HOUSES TO FOCUS ON DOWNTOWN ARCHITECUTURAL SURVEY, ZONING Public sessions scheduled for March 7, 8   RAPID CITY--The public is invited to two open houses next month for an update of the Downtown Master Plan land use zoning recommendations and review…
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