ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Rapid City intersection to reopen after water main repairs

RAPID CITY (AP) -- Officials say an intersection in Rapid City is slated to reopen after unknown problems caused water main breaks in the city. The Rapid City Journal reports reports the intersection at Dakota Drive and West Main Street is expect...

RAPID CITY (AP) - Officials say an intersection in Rapid City is slated to reopen after unknown problems caused water main breaks in the city.

The Rapid City Journal reports reports the intersection at Dakota Drive and West Main Street is expected to open on Thursday.

Homes, businesses and county offices saw water service restored Wednesday after unknown problems caused two water main breaks Tuesday afternoon.

Repairs were completed Wednesday to a water line break off Third Street that disrupted water supplies in the area of the former National American University and Pennington County Courthouse.

What To Read Next
Members Only
"It’s a non-meandered stream with plats along the edge of the canal, and the bottom of the canal remains with the original owner,” Jim Taylor said, noting Chuck Mauszycki owns the canal land.
“Why would we create new major programs, when we can’t even fund the programs that we have?” a public education lobbyist said in opposition to Noem's three-year, $15 million proposal.
"If we show we are complacent with areas like this that clearly need addressing, we’re not improving as a city,” Mitchell Republic Editor Luke Hagen said during the city council meeting discussion.
Discussion will take place during the 6 p.m. meeting on Monday at City Hall