Although fewer fliers used the Rapid City Airport in 2012, the facility will post a profit for 2012. According to the Rapid City Journal, the airport came in under budget on a terminal remodeling project, began buying supplies in bulk, and performed maintenance work in-house instead of using subcontractors, which resulted in a preliminary profit of $245,000. Read more »
Rapid City Airport Posts Profit
Free or Low-Cost Activities Abound in Rapid City This Summer
Non-stop Flights From Rapid City To Houston On Through Summer
Flights will depart Rapid City mid-morning each day and arrive in Houston mid-afternoon, according to a KOTA TV report.
A number of energy companies are headquartered in Houston, and Rapid City is the only airport in South Dakota, North Dakota or Montana that has direct service, according to the news release announcing the flights. Read more »
Landowners Protest County's Change to Ag Land Taxes
Box Elder - Health & Wellness
Library Researches Flood Survivor Stories
Forty years ago, about 200 flood survivors gave audio interviews sharing their stories of survival and loss. The Rapid City Public Libraries are seeking out these interviewees in an effort to obtain permission to digitize these interviews for their flood website and archive. A list of individuals who are still being sought is available on the 1972 Flood site. Read more »
Crouch Line Exhibit Draws Locals
Until August 10th, visitors to the Journey Museum will have the opportunity to see a temporary display on the historic Crouch Line railroad. The Crouch Line ran from Mystic to Rapid City from 1893 to 1947 and was rumored to be the most crooked railroad in the United States. The exhibit is free to the public in the Stanford Adelstein Gallery.
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