New ag census shows state cattle farm trends

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) released the 2017 Agriculture Census Thursday, April 11. The report, also known as the ag census, is released every...

Arsenic levels in Hill City ‘normal,’ testing to continue

Even though drinking water well number four in Hill City has had its arsenic level in an acceptable range for a month, testing will...

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...

BID project price causes some sticker shock

When the $700,000 price tag was unveiled for the Business Improvement Board (BID) project of expanding the Hill City Senior Center and building public...

Mountain lion euthanized in Hill City

A mountain lion was euthanized in Hill City on Nov. 12. The mountain lion was seen around town for several days, said Brett McMacken, Hill...

Time to ‘Hee Haw’ in Keystone

The Keystone United Methodist Church will bring a production of Hee Haw to Keystone April 13. The variety show, which begins with a dinner at...

Keystone Chamber of Commerce director let go

Temple Estrada, former executive director for the Keystone Chamber of Commerce, was let go on March 11. The news was revealed at the recent Keystone...

Getting to know your candidates: Keystone

The Hill City Prevailer News asked each of the individuals running for Keystone Town Board to respond to a questionnaire so that voters may...

Two incumbents stay on board, Rossknecht is GOP candidate for District 1

Ron Rossknecht and Cindy Mohler were big winners in yesterday’s primary election, while the Hill City School District is likely looking at a recount...

Gardner named superintendent

At a special Hill City Board of Education meeting on Monday, April 1, Blake Gardner, principal of Hill City Elementary School, was named the...