Keeping the roads clear after snow

Even when it snows, the roads in Hill City need to remain clear. That job falls to Daniel Pladson, public works director for Hill City,...

Hill City happenings

Local community groups are prepping for a busy January. Here’s a look at some of what is going on in Hill City to keep people...

Comers named 2018 Hill City Citizens of the Year

Very rarely is there a family that has a perfect marriage of dedication to their family and their community. Hill City is blessed to have...

A rich history marks the mapping of the 200th mile of Jewel Cave

On Dec. 15, a team of six cavers entered Jewel Cave National Monument. On Dec. 16, the crew mapped the 200th mile of the cave. Jewel...

What to do for wintertime fun in the Black Hills

The first day of winter was Friday, Dec. 21. That means while the days will start to get longer,  the Black Hills can start to...

Rushmore to remain accessible during government shutdown

During the federal government shutdown due to the lapse in appropriations, national parks will remain as accessible as possible while still following all applicable...

Staying healthy this flu season

Flu season is here, and there has been one death attributed to the disease so far this year in South Dakota, a Pennington County...

Keystone is monumental

With over 33,000 views and 484 shares, Keystone’s new promotional video is being well received by social media sites and the community at large. The...

A new deputy in town

Hill City has a new sheriff deputy in town. At the last Hill City Common Council meeting on Dec. 10, Deputy Josh Kunde of the...

Meth use reaches crisis level

In 2016, 0.56 percent of the people aged 12 or older used methamphetamine, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. In South...