Rapid City News Room (116 items)

DIAPER NEED AWARENESS WEEK HIGHLIGHTS CRITICAL NEED, IMPORTANCE OF DIAPERS   RAPID CITY--The front lobby of the City/School Administration Center or C/SAC Building, 300 Sixth Street, will serve as a collection point for diapers next week as part of Diaper Need Awareness Week.             Mayor Steve Allender has proclaimed September…
Shade will improve fish habitat, water clarity, riparian zone restoration RAPID CITY--A section of Rapid Creek will get a new look next week when City crews plant 120 trees that will result in numerous, long-lasting impacts.             Beginning Monday, crews will plant a variety of native tree species along Rapid…
The Rapid City Fire Department hosted a demonstration at Fire Station 3 Thursday morning on the importance of residential fire protection sprinkler systems.   Two small units with similar equipment were part of the display with one unit equipped with a single sprinkler. The alarm sounded about 10 seconds after…
  Navy veteran Wiley Cress now helps seriously ill children become honorary submariners RAPID CITY--Following in the footsteps of family members, there was never a question in Wiley Cress' mind if he would enlist in the US Armed Forces.             The question was when.             His father and two uncles…
RAPID CITY--A new activity is officially being added to the list of the many activities for the public to pursue in Rapid City's parks system.             The Nehemiah Larimer Memorial Slackline and Balance Park will be dedicated at a ribbon-cutting ceremony next Thursday in Sioux Park.  The event will include…
Beginning Monday, September 18, Robbinsdale Park will be closed to begin grading, storm sewer construction and improvements work. The Park along with Robbinsdale Park Road and East Fairmont Boulevard to East Oakland Street will be closed to through traffic for the construction work and improvements as part of the Robbinsdale…
RAPID CITY--Changes in traffic flow are coming soon to the intersection of Fifth Street and Main Street in Rapid City.             Persistent problems with traffic safety at the intersection has prompted the change, which will include converting the northbound approach of Fifth Street at Main Street to two left turn…
A City team of department directors and officials participated in the United Way of the Black Hills annual Day of Caring in Rapid City September 7.    The City team provided clean-up work at the educational gardens at the Canyon Lake Senior Citizens Center.   Before the work site activities, City…
A quick three-day donation drive to help victims of Hurricane Harvey proved successful at the City/School Administration Center. Serenna Zeisler of City Building Services organized the quick donation drive to assist a local church that is collecting toiletry items for hurricane victims.  Prime items of collection included baby wipes, diapers,…
Rapid City, S.D. – The Rapid City Police Department has received several reports of scammers targeting residents in both Rapid City and around the Black Hills. The scam involves a salesperson travelling door-to-door through a neighborhood. The salesperson informs a resident that they represent a local television/internet provider and their…
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