Local entrepreneur Kelsey Stine has muscular dystrophy, and she relies on a wheelchair for mobility. She’s learned to navigate the Black Hills, and now she’s helping others explore with confidence.
The premise of RISE is straightforward: community members can donate furniture they no longer need, which is then repaired or repurposed by volunteers and sold on the showroom floor. The real beauty of the program, however, is found in its service to others.
If you are a part of the 207 million households that stream Netflix, you may have seen the service’s original miniseries: The Queen’s Gambit.
Children are the future; that’s why teachers around the Black Hills are dedicated to providing the best possible education for our children. For Pinedale Elementary School in Rapid City, hard work and dedication led to national recognition in 2021.
When Chris and Sara Hornick decided to become foster parents, they knew it would be hard. What they didn’t expect was how much it would change their lives for the better.