Category: Rapid City

Cleaning Up the Dust Threat

Cleaning Up the Dust Threat

Some jobs are dustier than others. Rural American jobs like tilling fields, herding cattle, driving along dirt roads or extracting important resources from the land are critical American jobs that sometimes kick up a little more dust than others. But as far as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is concerned, the dust is too much.

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Journalists and the Non-Smear Smear

Journalists and the Non-Smear Smear

Those who know me understand that I’m not a big Rick Perry fan.  Perry is far too weak in the area of illegal immigration and some other things to be what I would consider a good Republican candidate for president. But when I witness what can only be characterized as journalistic ineptitude or journalistic malpractice, I can’t stand idly by and watch even a candidate I don’t like be smeared and besmirched. A case in point occurred Saturday at the Rapid City Journal’s blog Mount Blogmore, when “journalist” David Montgomery attempted to smear Rick Perry as a threat to the First Amendment and U.S. Constitution. In that usual “I’m not saying what I’m about to say” manner many of these weasely “journalists” have, Montgomery began with a faux condemnation of guilt by association, then proceeded to attempt to tie Rick Perry to a statement made by a Perry supporter regarding […]

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Northern Plains Pastor’s Briefing

Northern Plains Pastor’s Briefing

The Watchmen on the Wall 2011 Northern Plains Pastor’s Briefing was held today in Rapid City, South Dakota. Watchmen on the Wall holds a national briefing every year in May, but very few across the country; Rapid City was fortunate to be chosen to host this year’s event for the Northern Plains area.

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