Jamie Nash


Minute To Win It


Eagle Country and The Legendary Buffalo Chip are giving you a chance to win a pair of week-long wristbands to the Party at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip! Play Minute To Win It to become a finalist. Every contestant also gets a free 2 day ticket to see the TORC Off-Road Championship at the Chip. Come and watch, and you could win some cool swag from The Sturgis Buffalo Chip, and Budweiser. Watch for more dates to be added soon. You can qualify at one of the following locations:


2/8 – Valley Sports Bar

2/21 Joe’s Place

2/22- Pepper's in Nisland

2/28-Bullwhackers Saloon in Whitewood

3/1- Pepper's in Nisland

3/7 – Knuckle Saloon

3/21 – Lucky’s 13

3/22- Joe's Place

3/28- Chute Roosters-Hill City

3/29 – The Outpost

4/4- The Branding Iron in Belle Fourche

4/5 – Knuckle Saloon

4/19- Chute Roosters-Hill City

4/25- The Outpost

5/9- Bullwhackers Saloon in Whitewood

5/10 (semis) – Valley Sports Bar

5/17 (Finals) –Valley Sports Bar



Penn. Co. Register of Deeds race gets ugly over Facebook disclaimer
Jordan Mason blames Donna Mayer for a legal notice that he received regarding his campaign Facebook page.

Proposed mine in Bear Lodge District draws concern from locals
The Black Hills National Forest and the mining company Rare Elements Resources put on an informational meeting today to discuss their proposed plan to begin mining on land 12 miles north of Sundance, Wyoming.

Two new Highway Patrol troopers stationed in Belle Fourche
Belle Fourche has seen an increase of traffic due to the North Dakota oil boom. Because of that, new South Dakota Highway Patrol Troopers were added to that area.

Warning: thieves targeting RV batteries
The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a rash of thefts targeting batteries in recreational vehicles throughout the county.

Alaska man enters guilty plea to aggravated incest in Pennington County
His case was about to go to trial, but Wednesday morning an Alaska man decided to plea guilty to aggravated incest. Steven Amy, 48, admitted to raping a girl under the age of 18. The rape happened back in October, 2012 while he was on vacation in Pennington County. Amy faces up to 15 years in prison. A sentencing date has not been set.