Rapid City police chief mum on security changes at library
RAPID CITY (AP) -- The Rapid City police chief says he won't release the specifics of a decision to upgrade security at the city's largest public library.
The library board in the last few months has agreed to hire a private security firm and add a police department liaison to deal with public safety issues.
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