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Patrick Lalley

Engagement editor and reporter

Patrick Lalley is the engagement editor and reporter for Sioux Falls Live. He is a Sioux Falls native, O'Gorman High School and University of South Dakota graduate, with 30 years of journalism experience in the Upper Midwest. Patrick is an avid cyclist and plays tuba in the up-and-coming local band, The Brassholes. He lives in Sioux Falls with his wife, two kids, two cats and more bikes than he will admit to. Reach him at plalley@siouxfallslive.com.

Rapid City recently dropped gymnastics which has prompted concern about its future in state's largest district, where numbers are also down.
Gerald Pokee Killen, 19, of Sioux Falls was arrested at the scene on charges of robbery, grand theft, kidnapping, aggravated assault and resisting arrest.
Parker man was arrested after police found a pickup truck that matched description from witnesses.
The driver of the pickup has not yet been identified, according to police.
The Khartum Pipes & Drums have been a staple of the parade and celebration since 1987.
The 2026 election cycle is shaping up as a big one for South Dakota Republicans climbing the political ladder.
Openings for park maintenance, pool staff and recreation supervisors are available.
From water and sewer to the potential for push back from residents, the Department of Corrections has many hurdles to overcome.
Mayor Paul TenHaken's pick to replace Stacy Kooistra requires city council approval.
"What we believe to be true can overshadow the actual statistics."