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November 7, 2017

Rapid City Journal Shutters Butte County Post and Meade County Times-Tribune

The Rapid City Journal recently announced that the final publication date for both the Meade County Times-Tribune and Butte County Post will be November 8. On November 9, the Journal will begin publishing a Northern Hills page.

Following the announcement, the Belle Fourche City Council approved an ordinance to designate the Black Hills Pioneer as the city’s legal newspaper. As the city’s legal newspaper, the Pioneer will publish all of Belle Fourche’s legal notices, which include items such as minutes from governmental meetings and bids for construction projects.

The Black Hills Pioneer and Rapid City Journal are not affiliated.

To learn more about Meade and Butte Counties as well as Sturgis and Belle Fourche, visit the Black Hills Knowledge Network’s community profiles.

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