Glamping resort to be near Mount Rushmore

Camping in comfort and luxury is being brought to the Keystone area in 2018.  Visitors to the area will be able to sleep in...

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...

Restoring a building to it’s original state

Joe and Kayleen Caruso are on a mission. They are trying to restore the Kennedy House to it’s original state. The Kennedy House is...

Hill City school moves forward with much

Some items in the school district will remain the same for next school year, and the school board is remaining the same with Mike...

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...

Revised ordinance examined, discussed

Anger was brewing ahead of the Keystone town board meeting on Oct. 4. It was apparent that many of the town had already heard...

Holy Terror Days is cancelled

There will be no parade, auction, or carnival in Keystone this year. At least not in September which is when Holy Terror Days is usually...

Parents asked to discuss phones and online habits with their children

According to the Pew Research Center, 73 percent of teens have access to a smartphone. Hollie Strand, computer forensic examiner for the Internet Crimes Against...

J-1 visa program brings in needed workers

The Trump administration could be making changes to the Summer Work Travel program that brings foreign students here. The Wall Street Journal reported there are...

Businesses oppose building’s construction

  The furnace was out at city hall, but people who packed the council chamber for the city council meeting on Monday night generated their...