SCOUTING YESTERDAY: S.D. air base runs out of caskets following deadliest aviation disaster in state history
This Week In South Dakota History: Aug. 16 - Aug. 22
The worst aviation disaster in South Dakota state history — at the time — took place Aug. 20, 1948, when a B-29 bomber crashed shortly after taking off from Rapid City air base, now called Ellsworth Air Force Base, according to the Rapid City Journal.
SCOUTING YESTERDAY: 'Highway robbery' — Gov. McMaster takes on Standard Oil Co. gas prices
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