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RAPID CITY | Janice (Humphryes) Baldwin, passed away on Monday, August 5, 2019, at the age of 94.
Jacobsen, Kay | Obituaries | rapidcityjournal.com Rapid City Journal
STURGIS |She was small but mighty. Kay (Unger) Jacobsen, 83.5, passed away on Tuesday, July 30, 2019, at home surrounded by her loving children. Kay was ...
Mary (Rose) Loeffen, 96 | Obituaries Black Hills Pioneer
Mary (Rose) Loeffen, 96, died peacefully Sunday, July 28, 2019, at home under Hospice Care, Lead, surrounded by her daughters, Cynthia and Kimberly.
Preferred renovation concept chosen for Lead's Mountain Top Field Black Hills Pioneer
LEAD — Mountaintop Field, located behind Lead-Deadwood High School, is slated for a makeover, and May 14, the Lead-Deadwood School Board was ...
Diggers to celebrate Lead-Deadwood High School building's 75th birthday Black Hills Pioneer
LEAD — “It's such a grand building,” said 75th Celebration committee member Lori Aberle.
Dave Ruth: Blackjack by day, mayor all the time Rapid City Journal
A lifelong resident of Deadwood, Dave Ruth graduated from Lead High School and served in the U.S. Army as a Korean linguist for three years. After being ...
Sharon Stender | Obituaries Chippewa Herald
COLFAX — Sharon Marie Hansen Stender, 71, of Colfax, earned her wings Wednesday, May 1, 2019, after a 12 year battle with cancer.
John 'Nick' Heinen, 75 | Obituaries Black Hills Pioneer
John “Nick” Heinen, 75, of Spearfish passed away on March 20, 2019, at Spearfish Regional Hospital. Heaven received another angel and he will be greatly ...
Anderson, Gerald L. | Obituaries | rapidcityjournal.com Rapid City Journal
NEWCASTLE, Wyo. | Gerald Lee Anderson, 84, passed away Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019, at Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. He was born ...
Witt, Hinds lead High School Home Run Derby MLB.com
WASHINGTON -- It's fitting that the top high school prospect and the top prep power hitter will meet in the finals of the High School Home Run Derby.:: Complete ...
Silverado-Franklin: Always changing since 1903 | Northern-hills Rapid City Journal
Some say the only constant is change, and for the Silverado-Franklin Historic Gaming Complex, those words continue to echo down Deadwood's Main Street.
Dr. Ben R. Stone, III, Ph.D. | Obituaries Black Hills Pioneer
Ben R. Stone, III, made his debut at St. Joseph's Hospital in Deadwood, on March 13 1937. His arrival was eagerly awaited by his parents, Veronica and Ben R.
Gengler, Ronald | Veterans | rapidcityjournal.com Rapid City Journal
SPEARFISH | The Spirit of Ronald Gengler, 82, left his earthly body June 17, 2014. He was born April 29, 1932, at home in Lead, to Rose (Carroll) and Joseph.
Lester's powerlifting a showcase of strength | Sports Rapid City Journal
DEADWOOD — Whether in sports or in other pursuits, stars are rarely born overnight. Kayla Lester may be an exception, having literally burst onto the national ...
Deadwood History's Carolyn Weber still gets a rush out of the Black Hills gold rush Rapid City Journal
Nearly a dozen years ago, Carolyn Weber joined the staff of Deadwood History Inc., as an archivist charged with organizing the vast Homestake Mining Co.
Meade School District welcomes 26 new staff members | Sturgis Rapid City Journal
This year Meade School District is welcoming 26 new certificated staff, which includes 21 teachers, one school psychologist, one school nurse, two counselors ...
Iverson, William R. | Obituaries | rapidcityjournal.com Rapid City Journal
BLACK HAWK | William Ray "Bill" Iverson, 72, died Sunday, Nov. 1, 2015, peacefully with his family by his side after a long battle with complications with ALS.
Eva Palmer, 90 | Obituaries Black Hills Pioneer
Eva Palmer, 90, a life-long resident of Lead, died July 22, 2015, at the Lead-Deadwood Regional Hospital. Eva was the first child born to Joseph and Emma ...
Roland Maynard suffered from severe depression, until a new treatment saved him Rapid City Journal
Just two years removed from an attempt to end his own life, Roland “Rollie” Maynard is celebrating a rebirth — a true rebound from the darkness of severe ...
The Fives: Why the media misses Bill Janklow and five of his most controversial legacies Rapid City Journal
I was a junior in high school the first time I saw Bill Janklow in person. He was speaking at Boys State and he gave one of those classic Janklow.
Wall Wins Bass Fishing Tournament on Lake Winnebago BassResource.com (press release)
It wasn't that he couldn't catch fish on Lake Winnebago, where the three-day bass fishing tournament was held.
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