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A new bakery is now open in Rapid City

RAPID CITY, SD (KOTA TV) - There's a new bakery in Rapid City called Sweet Secrets Bakery. It sits right off of Mount Rushmore Road and Florman Street. Saturday was the bakery's soft opening, with the grand opening planned for Tuesday. They make everything from scratch and provide a popular desert

KOTATV.COM - 2017-11-19 00:07:00

Bringing a piece of Thanksgiving to the streets

Thanksgiving is normally a time for people to go home and feast together with their loved ones, but not everyone has the luxury of even a roof over their head. Black Hills FOX Reporter Katrina Lim shows us how Sunday the United Urban Warrior Society brought a piece of Thanksgiving to the streets. Ma

BLACKHILLSFOX.COM - 2017-11-20 01:09:00

Vets in need get help keeping warm this winter

Veterans of Foreign Wars post 1273 in Rapid City, in conjunction with the Cornerstone Rescue Mission, hosted the 3rd annual Boots on the Ground Store, to help veterans needing warm clothing for the upcoming winter season. More than 1,000 new or gently used winter clothing items, including coats, boo

NEWSCENTER1.TV - 2017-11-20 00:31:00

Bison on the auction block at 'Grandaddy of Bison Auctions'

More than 250 people placed bids Saturday morning at the 52nd annual Bison Auction at Custer State Park. The park's auction is one of the most well-known in the United States, with most of the nation's bison tracing their roots to Custer State Park, earning the event the moniker "Grandaddy of Bison

NEWSCENTER1.TV - 2017-11-20 00:14:00

The Club for Boys Christmas tree lot opens for season

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in some parts of Rapid City, including the Club for Boys - where it's opening day for their Christmas Tree Lot. As one of their biggest fundraisers of the year, the Club for Boys has two locations where you can look for the tree fit for your home. The lot

BLACKHILLSFOX.COM - 2017-11-18 21:20:00

Feeding South Dakota gives out 500 free turkeys

The holidays can be hard on a person's wallet, spending big bucks on gifts and fancy feasts can catch up to you. Some don't even have the kind of cash to spend on those things for their family. That's a void Feeding South Dakota is looking to fill this year. The organization held their 7th annual tu

BLACKHILLSFOX.COM - 2017-11-18 21:17:00

Boots on the Ground Project gives back to veterans

Members of the community "strapped on their boots" and gave back to veterans by dropping off shoes, coats, socks, and jeans to several businesses in Rapid City. And many veterans received these donated items Saturday at the VFW for the "Boots on the Ground" Project. Black Hills FOX Reporter Katrina

BLACKHILLSFOX.COM - 2017-11-19 02:48:00

Kids Against Hunger packages more than 10,000 holiday meals

More than 10 thousand meals were packed Saturday morning to feed hungry people in the Black Hills for the holidays, and it was mostly at the hands of a younger generation. Nearly 70 volunteers including girl scouts, boy scouts, and their families were on the assembly line. The food packaged inclu

BLACKHILLSFOX.COM - 2017-11-19 01:17:00

St. Vincent's, BOCAR, Airbus in today's business news

St. Vincent's Health System celebrated the grand opening of its new urgent care location in Homewood on Friday. The clinic at 1944 28th Ave. S. provides walk-in care for minor injuries and illnesses seven days a week, according to the health system. The location treats a wide range of conditions, in

AL.COM - 2017-11-18 01:02:56

St. Clair voters will decide on property tax increase Jan. 30, would benefit school systems

Present at the St. Clair County Commission meeting Tuesday were Superintendents Jenny Seals, Dr. John Moore and Dr. Michael Barber along with attorney John Rea. The commission approved a special election Jan. 30, 2018, concerning a property tax increase to help their school systems.Gary Hanner/The D


New Hope Pastor Brasher honored for service to Pell City veterans

PELL CITY -- New Hope Baptist Church Pastor Paul Brasher of Pell City recently received a special award for his ministry to local veterans. "I am so appreciative," he said. Brasher received the first ever "Red Erwin Distinguished Service Award" for outstanding ministry to Alabama veterans. The award


86 Alabama Baptist pastors sign letter against sex abuse

More than 85 pastors at Southern Baptist-affiliated churches in Alabama have signed a letter this week saying they denounce sexual abuse against women, although the letter does not mention U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. As of today there were at least 86 signees including the current president of

AL.COM - 2017-11-18 18:21:33

Long list of Alabama pastors sign letter saying Senate candidate Roy Moore 'not fit for office'

Updated: 7:09 PM CST Nov 17, 2017 A list of pastors who believe Roy Moore is not fit to serve in the U.S. Senate continues to grow tonight. The letter begins with the following: "Under ordinary circumstances, we clergy refrain from speaking directly about political candidates, and only speak to i

WVTM13.COM - 2017-11-18 01:09:00

Watson announces write-in run for Alabama Senate Special Election

Auburn, AL -- Over 3 million people are registered to vote in Alabama yet under 400,000 people voted for Democratic and Republican front-runners for the open Senate seat. Over 2.9 million registered voters did not cast a vote for either Democrat or Republican parties, which will face each other to r


Lambert named PCHS Teacher of the Year

Every school in the Pell City School system selects a teacher who exemplifies the best in education. Those chosen from each school are then voted on a system-wide level, one for elementary and one for secondary education, before going to represent the Pell City School System in the statewide Alabama


Northside Medical Home opens facility

Northside Medical Home opens their new facility in Pell City on Nov. 14. Photo by Urainah Glidewell "Nine years ago, we came to Pell City for a half day every other week," Dr. Jason Thompson with Birmingham Heart said. "We are blessed with an incredible and tremendously dedicated staff and are exc


Red Hook residents to vote on $10 million plan to build 700-seat high school auditorium

RED HOOK, N.Y. >> Resident will vote Dec. 5 on a $10 million proposition to construct a 700-seat auditorium at the high school. Voting will be from noon to 9 p.m. in the grade 3-5 cafeteria at Mill Road Elementary School on Mill Road. "Many opportunities are lost because you don't have a large gathe

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-11-18 05:00:00

Kingston Common Council could be without minority leader for first time in modern history

KINGSTON, N.Y. >> For the first time at least in modern history, a minority leader may not be seated on the Common Council when newly-elected lawmakers take office in January. Common Council President James Noble, a Democrat, said council rules say that since no registered member of a major Democrat

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-11-19 05:00:00

Books: New books by 3 local authors

n Kingston native Richard T. Cahill Jr., who practices law in the Hudson Valley, has published a new true-crime book, "Sidetracked: The Betrayal and Murder of Anna Kithcart." The story deals with the Kingston murder of teenager Kithcart nearly thirty years ago, and the media frenzy surrounding the c

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-11-19 07:01:00

Rhinebeck: Sinterklaas Craft Fair supports upcoming festival, artists

For local residents, the fair is an opportunity to both support artists and pick up deals on handmade crafts like jewelry, clothing and dishes. It supports Rhinebeck's annual celebration of Sinterklaas and the artists selling their work. Video by Jack Howland/Poughkeepsie Journal Wochit RHINEBECK -

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL - 2017-11-19 21:09:05