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...

Part 1: There’s a market for them

On June 4, The Planning and Zoning Commission decided to hold off on a conditional use permit for a vacation home in Hill City...

Swanzey Street bridge slowly advances

  At the Keystone Town Board meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 16, Attorney Mitch Johnson reported that the city has received an official letter from Durst...

City won’t roll up sidewalks this fall

  How many years have members of the community been discussing Main St. sidewalks? How many times at a city council meeting has John Johnson...

Getting close to setting fee for licenses

Snow might have kept some away from the Hill City common council meeting on March 26; there were only three citizens in attendance. The agenda...

Volksmarch brings crowd to Hills

All ages of hiking enthusiasts were at the spring Volksmarch at Crazy Horse Memorial on June 3-4. People experienced the satisfaction of making it...

Library to have new lights, vac truck purchased

The sidewalk or  “Streetscape” project is inching closer to beginning as City of Hill City administrator Brett McMacken had only more easement agreement to...

Officials: Women thought Poet’s Table was ‘eyesore’

The two women who dismantled and hauled away the iconic Poet’s Table furniture and journals told Custer State Park law enforcement they did so...

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...

To bee or not to bee?

  While it was a relatively light agenda Monday, April 24, the Hill City Council did approve one buzz-worthy permit. The council approved Cesareo Meza to...