The 2015 ASA Men’s E East State Tournament will be held in Sioux Falls on August 15-16 at Harmadon Park Softball Complex. The tournament will feature 30 teams all chasing a state title in the “E” division. This is the largest ASA men’s state tournament in South Dakota for 2015.
Life is sluggish after the 75th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and a biker swarm projected to break records. There were hundreds of thousands for sure. The official city estimate is yet to come.
It may not be the official campground of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally but Whitewood Campground and Event Center is trying to set itself apart. The brand new venue lies roughly seven miles to the west of Sturgis. It's offering a unique option for rally goers.
Ringing cash registers might drown out the roar of engines at this year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Bikers are taking countless pictures of some of the unusual sights at the rally with their phones and trying to post them on social media.
The Great Plains Zoo’s Brown Bear Project announced last Friday just received a boost of support from Lloyd Companies and the Lloyd Family.
The biker bonanza brought by the 75th motorcycle rally doesn't end at Sturgis.
More than 38,000 people entered the Falls Park Visitor Information Center in July. That's the highest for any month since it opened in January 2000.
As bikers make their way to western South Dakota, small towns on U.S. Highway 212 along a route to Sturgis are benefiting.
Participation far exceeded expectations for an event in Yankton trying to capitalize on the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the western Black Hills.
After a series of lengthy construction delays, crews have installed three domes on top of the Corn Palace.
Extreme heat and severe weather are being cited as two reasons attendance at this year's JazzFest event was lower compared to previous years.
If projections are close, the 75th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally during the first week of August could attract a record million people to the Black Hills. With the big biker party less than two weeks away, state and local officials are hustling to prepare for record traffic problems, too.
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