Black Hills Knowledge Netowork

August 21, 2012

City of Spearfish Cuts Some Grants in 2013 Budget

As the city's budget tightens, Spearfish has cut some funding it provides to help pay for the operations of some groups.

The city of Spearfish received $100,000 more in requests for grant funds than it had to give after cutting that portion of its buget by 6.5 percent for 2013, the Black Hills Pioneer reports.

From the city's $25 million budget, $535,000 will go to grants for 29 community organizations. The Western Hills Humane Society, High Plains Western Heritage Center, Spearfish Senior Center, Northern Hills Alcohol and Drug, Teen Court, Neighborhood Housing of the Black Hills and the Good Shepherd Clinc suffered cuts from  existing funding levels.

Read the city's 2012 budget report here. Visit the city's website here.

 

Related items

  • Rural Residents Receive Broadband Access Via Connect SD Initiative

    The Connect South Dakota initiative, a $5 million state-funded grant program proposed by Governor Kristi Noem in her State of the State and budget address…
  • Veterans Utilize Telehealth Services At Fort Meade

    Usage of telehealth services is on the rise at Fort Meade’s Veterans Administration Campus, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. Veterans are now able to contact…
  • Radio Station Goes Solar In Pine Ridge

    KILI Radio in Pine Ridge is now almost completely powered by renewable energy sources, reports KOTA Territory News. After a new installation of solar panels…

525 University Loop, Suite 202
Rapid City, SD 57701
(605) 716-0058   [email protected]