Central High School students had the opportunity to meet and listen to a variety of people in the working world Wednesday.
It was all part of the 5th annual Cobbler Career Conference.
Sophomores at Central got to take a look at what some of their career options could be after graduation.
Rapid City's Legal and Finance Committee responded to the people unhappy with the downtown area's graduated parking fines.
At Wednesday's meeting, committee members addressed the changes that went into effect in February for the non–metered spaces.
What is currently a two–hour parking limit would be increased to three–hours under a measure approved Wednesday.
A federal judge ruled in favor of the Oglala Sioux and Rosebud Sioux tribes Tuesday, stating that South Dakota officials violated the Indian Child Welfare Act repeatedly.
U–S District Judge Jeffrey Viken ruled that since 2010, state officials failed to protect Indian parents' fundamental rights during preliminary 48–hour custody hearings.
After a Rapid City student passed away in an accident last week, he decided to give the gift of life to others, by being an organ donor.
According to Life Source, each day, 21 people die nationwide due to the organ shortage and a new name is added to the transplant waiting list every ten minutes.