Keystone talks sign, bridges and cemetery

The first Keystone town board meeting of the month fell on the first day of August. There was not a lot on the agenda...

Building in construction phase to have Park Service look

At the Hill City Planning and Zoning Commission meeting on Monday night, Nelson’s Oil and Gas was approved for the next step in the...

Challenges with finding employees cause employers to advertise often

Across the country there are a lot of issues that have been caused by the record low unemployment. This is generally good news, but...

Tourism and library numbers getting stronger

There was a slow start to the tourism season this year. The wet weather turned people away but it might not be so much...

Masons get funds to promote barbecue event

At the common council meeting on July 23, city administrator Brett McMacken talked about the possibility of having someone maintain the gravel roads every...

Sturgis Rally bikers here in Hill City

The 78th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is sure to bring a lot of bikers to the area. Hill City typically shuts down Main Street...

Keystone town board deals with storms

At the July 18 town board meeting Rick Brandfas, president of the Keystone town board, thanked citizens involved with monitoring the water and keeping...

Black Hills and Hill City have ‘spirit of partnership’ says SBA administrator

A regional administrator with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) recently came to Hill City to touch base with businesses that have received assistance...

Sheriff’s Office and FBI investigate death near Mt. Rushmore

A body was found at the base of a rock structure at Mount Rushmore National Memorial on the morning of July 20. Sgt. Ed Schulz...

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