Rapid City News Room (629 items)

THURSDAY OPEN HOUSE SEEKS TRANSIT PLAN INPUT, FEEDBACK Public can meet Transit staff, consultant at Main Street Square session RAPID CITY, SD—City officials are encouraging the public’s feedback and input on the Transit Development Plan this week with Rapid Transit System (RTS) and Community Development officials hosting an informational open…
CITY POOLS CONTINUE TO SEE BIG NUMBERS RAPID CITY, SD—Seeking relief from the long-standing hot weather continued to motivate the public to flock to City pools in July.  Attendance at the City’s outdoor pools for June and July far outpace the numbers from 2019.  City pools were closed last summer…
CITY ISSUES THIRD-MOST PERMITS FOR JANUARY TO JUNE PERIOD Issues third-most permits for June month RAPID CITY, SD—The City’s Building Services Division issued 456 building permits in June, the third-most number of permits issued for the sixth month of the calendar year.  The valuation of the permits totaled $23,556,450, the…
STANDING TOGETHER AGAINST VIOLENCE IS THEME OF NEIGHBORHOOD BLOCK PARTY AT KNOLLWOOD APARTMENTS Community at large invited to support children and families in area impacted by crime; Wednesday event will include food, games, anti-violence message RAPID CITY, SD—Taking a strong stand against neighborhood violence is the theme to a community…
RAPID CITY, SD—The Mayor's Indian Boarding School Lands Committee will host a public meeting next week to provide an update on the working group’s efforts in developing a proposal involving three parcels of land in west Rapid City.             The meeting will be held Thursday at 6 p.m. at the…
John Berglund combined thousands of flowers for Sunken Gardens pie design RAPID CITY, SD—Provide a dessert chef with a couple cans of cherries or a basket of fresh, red, heart-shaped cherries and they’ll likely produce a cherry pie fitting for the summer picnic table. This past spring, John Berglund didn’t…
RAPID CITY, SD—As the world focuses attention on the Tokyo Olympic Games beginning later this week, attention locally is focused on a different set of athletes getting ready to display their skills and talents in competition. Dozens of senior athletes are expected to take part in this week’s Black Hills…
OFFICIALS REMIND PUBLIC OF PROPER USE OF REMOTE YARD WASTE SITES Officials see uptick in dumping of inappropriate items; commercial dumping RAPID CITY, SD--An uptick in the dumping of inappropriate items is being reported by City officials at the remote yard waste sites at the Fitzgerald Stadium and West Boulevard…
Events, Parking & Viewing Suggestions, City Offices & Holiday Trash Collection Skeds; Fireworks Usage, Safety Messages RAPID CITY--The City's Independence Day fireworks celebration will take place Sunday, July 4 beginning at approximately 9:30 p.m.  The 20-25 minute show will coincide with patriotic music on radio station 93.9 The Mix.  The…
MAYOR PROCLAIMS SATURDAY AS JUNETEENTH DAY IN RAPID CITY Mayor's proclamation honors African Americans; Allender: 'None Are Free, Until All Are Free' should hold special meaning to all Americans RAPID CITY, SD—For a second consecutive year, Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender is issuing a proclamation recognizing and declaring Juneteenth Day…

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