Keeping teenagers safe while out on the road

Getting a driver’s license is one of the first freedoms a teenager gets to experience. However, that privilege can often be a dangerous one, particularly...

Common council appoints new leaders

It will be the newest aldermen to the Hill City Common Council that will be taking over the two leadership positions on the council. Steve...

Emergency procedures discussed

The Keystone Town Board meeting centered around the recent May storm response by both Pennington County Emergency Management, the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office and...

Hill City drawing wide variety of visitors

Guests from all around have been stopping in Hill City this year. The most popular state to visit the Hill City Visitor Information Center has...

BID board hopes work to start on projects before winter

The Hill City Business Improvement District Board (BID Board) met Thursday, June 27. During the meeting, the board held further discussion on the design...

A Keystone institution turns 50 this year

The Indians gift shop in Keystone celebrates its 50th year as a family-run business. The current owners — Kathy Uhrig and her husband, Bruce —...

Over 3,000 come out to Sculpture in the Hills

Over 3,000 people visited the tent in downtown Hill City hosting 22 artists from all over the Midwest and mountain region for the 2019...

New alderman appointed

A replacement for Hill City Council alderman Jason Gillaspie once his term is up in July has been named. Steve Jarvis, who served on...

After wet spring, optimism remains

The streets in Hill City are lined with traffic, people are darting in and out of stores and businesses are at full staff. That means...

Hwy. 16 repairs bring inconvenience

Rich Zacher feels your frustration. He really does. Zacher, Custer area engineer for the South Dakota Department of Transporation, knows it’s a frustrating drive to...