Rapid City News Room (208 items)

TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DRAFT REPORT APPROVED BY PLANNING COMMISSION Report identifies four year priority listing of projects for area cities and counties RAPID CITY, SD--The Rapid City Planning Commission approved the Rapid City Area Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Draft Report at today's meeting.             The draft report is developed by…
RAPID CITY, SD--Rapid City's estimated population continues to grow!  Officially, Rapid City has reached the 75,000 mark!             At its Thursday meeting, the Rapid City Planning Commission approved the Rapid City Year End 2017 Population Estimate Report.             According to the City's Long Range Planning Division, Rapid City's population estimate…
Portal offers budget data, priorities, citizen input RAPID CITY, SD--The City of Rapid City has been working with the Priority Based Budgeting (PBB) process since 2017 and now the data is available to the public.                 City Budget Analyst Sean Kurbanov made a presentation on the dynamics of Priority Based…
Officials also increase Pactola releases as Reservoir level nears flood pool zone **2:45 p.m. 6/18/2018 Update:  Based on additional recommendation from the Bureau of Reclamation, an increase in water release from Pactola Reservoir to 150 cfs (cubic feet per second) is taking place at 3 p.m. today.** RAPID CITY, SD--City…
Dedication ceremonies were held this evening at the Rushmore Little League baseball complex for the naming of the Minors field as Craig Tieszen Field. Tieszen served 32 years with the Rapid City Police Department including as Chief from 2000 to 2007. He also served as a state legislator from 2009…
RAPID CITY, S.D. (06/11/2018) – Rapid City Regional Airport reported a record breaking month in May for the number of enplaned passengers.  The airport welcomed 25,653 enplaned passengers in May, up 3.38% from the previous record in May, 2010.  Year to date through May, the total number of all passengers…
Saturday, June 9 marks the 46th anniversary of the tragic 1972 Rapid City Flood that claimed 238 lives.       Special events of remembrance this weekend include: **The Journey Museum and Learning Center presents '46 Years Later...We Remember The Rapid City Flood', a presentation by Troy Kilpatrick, executive director of…
Streets Department worker to be recognized at tonight's Council meeting; 'Whenever we need him, he's there,' says supervisor RAPID CITY, SD--In 1978, gas sold for 63 cents per gallon; kids were wearing Star Wars pajamas; most cars had an 8-track player and a CB radio; Affirmed was winning the Triple…
Bike path users advised to use street level crossings at Mount Rushmore Road, Canyon Lake Drive; Public reminded to use abundance of caution around Rapid Creek due to increased water releases RAPID CITY, SD (Updated June 8)--Two bike path crossings remain closed in Rapid City due to flooding from increased…
The Rushmore Little League Minors Complex was chosen by the Rapid City Urban Forestry Board as the 2018 Rapid City Arbor Day project.   Rushmore Little League and the Rapid City Parks Department gathered Friday, June 1 to plant over 25 trees at the complex, located at 260 E. Main North…
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