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Can’t Make it to Graduation? Watch Online

If you can't make it to cousin's or niece's graduation in the Hills this weekend you may be able to watch it live online.

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Bill Would Transfer Ownership of 9 South Dakota Cemeteries

SIOUX FALLS - South Dakota Sens. Tim Johnson and John Thune have introduced legislation that would allow local communities to assume ownership of nine historic cemeteries in the Black Hills.

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Mineral Mountain Resources Plans to Mine For More Black Hills Gold

LEAD - The Black Hills still has gold in them and a Canadian-based mining company is hoping to cash in.

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Sturgis Looks to Add Second Liquor Store for Rally

STURGIS - Heavy liquor store traffic during the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is prompting city officials to ask for a second location.

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Nationals’ Mascots Visit Black Hills of South Dakota

RAPID CITY - Some of the most well-known political figures are visiting South Dakota's Black Hills. The Washington Nationals presidential mascots are spending President's Day at Mount Rushmore.

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Guard to Hold Off on Training Plans in Grasslands

RAPID CITY - The South Dakota National Guard has postponed plans for training exercises on federal grasslands in the Black Hills.

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Repeal of Women in Combat Affects South Dakota

SPEARFISH - The Pentagon's announcement lifting the ban on women in combat units will affect the South Dakota National Guard - though some women in the state have already seen their fair share of combat.

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Deadwood Delays Enforcement of Shuttle Ordinance

DEADWOOD - The Deadwood City Commission is delaying the enforcement of an ordinance that limits downtown public transportation to the city's trolley and taxis for six months.

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