News Category: Local News

Rapid City to suspend transit service as third driver tests positive for COVID-19

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KBHB) – City officials announced Wednesday that a third driver for Rapid Transit has tested positive for COVID-19, and it’s sufficient enough to warrant suspension of service by the city transit busses. The total suspension of bus service will begin this Saturday and last for two weeks. It affects Rapid Ride AND… Read more »

Rapid City to suspend transit service as third driver tests positive for COVID-19

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KBHB) – City officials announced Wednesday that a third driver for Rapid Transit has tested positive for COVID-19, and it’s sufficient enough to warrant suspension of service by the city transit busses. The total suspension of bus service will begin this Saturday and last for two weeks. It affects Rapid Ride AND… Read more »

NSU to offer Native and Indigenous Studies minor this fall

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Press Release) – Gates Fellow and NSU Honors student Jaeden Shaving chose Northern State University because the NSU American Indian Circle Program, led by Director Lara Nelson, gave him opportunities to connect and find support on campus and in the Aberdeen community. Shaving is excited the university added a new academic opportunity starting… Read more »

NSU to offer Native and Indigenous Studies minor this fall

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Press Release) – Gates Fellow and NSU Honors student Jaeden Shaving chose Northern State University because the NSU American Indian Circle Program, led by Director Lara Nelson, gave him opportunities to connect and find support on campus and in the Aberdeen community. Shaving is excited the university added a new academic opportunity starting… Read more »

City to spray for mosquitoes Thursday night

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Press Release) – The City of Aberdeen has scheduled a city wide ground spray for mosquitoes on Thursday, May 28 between the hours of 7:30 p.m. and 1 a.m. The adulticiding equipment is noisy and travels at 10 mph. The mosquito control trucks are identified and travel with a flashing yellow light. To… Read more »

City to spray for mosquitoes Thursday night

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Press Release) – The City of Aberdeen has scheduled a city wide ground spray for mosquitoes on Thursday, May 28 between the hours of 7:30 p.m. and 1 a.m. The adulticiding equipment is noisy and travels at 10 mph. The mosquito control trucks are identified and travel with a flashing yellow light. To… Read more »

Farm Bureau offering auto premium refunds

WEST DES MOINES, Ia. (Press Release) – As COVID-19 continues to interrupt our daily routines and cause financial uncertainty, Farm Bureau Financial Services is pleased to announce our plan to refund 15% of Farm Bureau Member’s Choice personal auto premiums for the period of March 14, 2020 through May 31, 2020 to policyholders. “Our client/members… Read more »

Farm Bureau offering auto premium refunds

WEST DES MOINES, Ia. (Press Release) – As COVID-19 continues to interrupt our daily routines and cause financial uncertainty, Farm Bureau Financial Services is pleased to announce our plan to refund 15% of Farm Bureau Member’s Choice personal auto premiums for the period of March 14, 2020 through May 31, 2020 to policyholders. “Our client/members… Read more »

Body found believed to be that of missing hunter

DEERFIELD LAKE, S.D. (Rapid City Journal) — Sheriff’s officials say they believe they have found the body of a missing hunter who was the subject of extensive searches in western South Dakota. The body was found near Deerfield Lake in Pennington County Tuesday afternoon. Authorities say that based on clothing and other factors, the remains… Read more »

Body found believed to be that of missing hunter

DEERFIELD LAKE, S.D. (Rapid City Journal) — Sheriff’s officials say they believe they have found the body of a missing hunter who was the subject of extensive searches in western South Dakota. The body was found near Deerfield Lake in Pennington County Tuesday afternoon. Authorities say that based on clothing and other factors, the remains… Read more »

Brown County has first COVID death; active cases decrease

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Brown County has experienced its first COVID-19 related death. It was reported among the four new deaths statewide today. That brings the state’s death total to 54 during the coronavirus pandemic. Of the four new deaths, two were male and two were female. As a whole, the number of active cases… Read more »

Brown County has first COVID death; active cases decrease

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Brown County has experienced its first COVID-19 related death. It was reported among the four new deaths statewide today. That brings the state’s death total to 54 during the coronavirus pandemic. Of the four new deaths, two were male and two were female. As a whole, the number of active cases… Read more »

Capitol Building SD

Media availability call 11:45 on Hub City Radio stations; no governor’s conference

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Secretary of Health Kim Malsam-Rysdon and State Epidemiologist Dr. Joshua Clayton will hold a brief media availability via conference call at 11:45 a.m. today to discuss developments surrounding coronavirus in South Dakota. The event will be carried live across all Hub City Radio stations. There is no Governor’s press conference scheduled… Read more »

Media availability call 11:45 on Hub City Radio stations; no governor’s conference

Capitol Building SD

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Secretary of Health Kim Malsam-Rysdon and State Epidemiologist Dr. Joshua Clayton will hold a brief media availability via conference call at 11:45 a.m. today to discuss developments surrounding coronavirus in South Dakota. The event will be carried live across all Hub City Radio stations. There is no Governor’s press conference scheduled… Read more »

Tom Clark Named Chief Strategy and Growth Officer at Avera Health

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Press Release) – Avera Health is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Clark, as the new Chief Strategy and Growth Officer, effective July 12, 2020. Clark, who will join Avera’s executive leadership team, will guide the health system’s strategic priorities in alignment with its vision for the future—to create healthier communities,… Read more »

Tom Clark Named Chief Strategy and Growth Officer at Avera Health

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Press Release) – Avera Health is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Clark, as the new Chief Strategy and Growth Officer, effective July 12, 2020. Clark, who will join Avera’s executive leadership team, will guide the health system’s strategic priorities in alignment with its vision for the future—to create healthier communities,… Read more »

Missing Aberdeen woman returns home

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Press release) – An Aberdeen woman who had been reported missing has returned home. Darla Beaman returned home around 7:30 this morning, according to Brown County Sheriff Mark Milbrandt. The Sheriff’s Office had requested help in locating the woman, sharing on a Facebook post that she had walked away from her home in… Read more »

Missing Aberdeen woman returns home

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Press release) – An Aberdeen woman who had been reported missing has returned home. Darla Beaman returned home around 7:30 this morning, according to Brown County Sheriff Mark Milbrandt. The Sheriff’s Office had requested help in locating the woman, sharing on a Facebook post that she had walked away from her home in… Read more »

Noem says CARES act money for education totals $68 million

PIERRE, S.D. (KBHB) — Governor Kristi Noem held her first COVID-19 update of the week on Tuesday. She says so far, it doesn’t look like the state will need a June special session to work on the state budget. Noem says she also signed an executive order extending the state-of-emergency, in order to continue to… Read more »

Noem says CARES act money for education totals $68 million

PIERRE, S.D. (KBHB) — Governor Kristi Noem held her first COVID-19 update of the week on Tuesday. She says so far, it doesn’t look like the state will need a June special session to work on the state budget. Noem says she also signed an executive order extending the state-of-emergency, in order to continue to… Read more »