Artists gather in Hill City

Many people went through the big white tent in Hill City June 24-25 for the 10th annual Sculpture in the Hills. Stuart Hurd from...

2019 budget approved, 3-1 in first reading

After several budget meetings in July, the Hill City Council was presented with the first reading of the 2019 Budget Appropriation document on Monday...

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...

Pilot injured, van struck during helicopter landing

Two pilots escaped injury while a third was transported to Custer Regional Hospital with minor injuries after a training flight being conducted by the...

BID project to move forward

The Hill City Business Improvement District Board (BID) has decided the first project it is going to tackle is putting bathrooms, a throughway and...

Hordes of runners will come to Keystone for first time this fall

The area will will see a huge increase of runners this fall as this year is the inaugural Mount Rushmore Half Marathon. The start...

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...

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...

19-year-old Keystone resident dies in shooting incident

19-year-old Ty Scott, of Keystone, has been identified as the person fatally shot last night. He was a 2017 graduate of Hill City High...

Council puts the brakes on ‘jake brake’ ordinance

After extensive research by Dani Schade, development services coordinator, and a recommendation by Hill City Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) to approve an ordinance...