History revisited for future projects

  The Hill City council delved into a bit of the past on Monday night as they discussed the historical ramifications for two major projects...

Comprehensive plan is in the final stage

  After years of planning and over a year of work, Hill City’s Comprehensive Plan is complete and ready for city approval. The final draft was...

Meetings to be held for combined fire district

  Hayward Fire Protection District president John Esposti has scheduled two informational meetings on the proposed Battle Creek Fire Protection District which would encompass the...

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...

Hughes retires from senior center

After babysitting her grandchildren for a number of years, Candy Hughes was looking for something to do, and decided to check out the Hill...

New trustees take oath

  The Keystone Town Board welcomed two new trustees on May 3. Bill Babcock and Rick Brandfas took the oath of office to serve their...

Frightening event held in Keystone will start Oct. 13

The Haunting of Keystone is going to be eight scary nights. This year’s haunting has been in the works for weeks. Over 20 meetings...

Graduation is Sunday

Thirty-five students will graduate from Hill City High School this year and the commencement ceremony will be held at the amphitheatre at Mt. Rushmore...

Keystone Fire Protection District to hold elections and annual meeting

NOTICE OF KEYSTONE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ELECTION AND ANNUAL MEETING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2017 AT THE KEYSTONE COMMUNITY CENTER Election from 5:00PM TO 6:00PM.  Meeting to follow. Two...

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...