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...

Organization would like to expand library

One group of people in Hill City is determined to help the library with whatever it needs. They meet to discuss books and help...

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...

BID board has many decisions to make

Business Improvement District (BID) Board members might have been relieved that the city council approved their project with little to no pushback. The Jan....

P&Z moves ahead in style

The Hill City Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) has been involved in an ongoing discussion regarding architectural styles to include in the building code...

Crosswalk could get crossed out

At the Keystone Town Board Meeting last Wednesday, Aug. 17, trustee Lynette Gohsman pushed for the city to begin the process of eliminating the...

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...

Design plans for bridge being made

The city council approved the structure design agreement and utility design agreement that was sent by Brosz Engineering at the Feb. 26 meeting. Brosz...

Loving the Black Hills to death

  Every morning, the sun crowns the hills outside my windows and I’m reminded how fortunate I am to live in a town surrounded by...

City council has changing of the guard

On Monday night, Ward II alderwoman Pam Fowler was treated to a Polynesian-style bon voyage complete with leis, refreshments and a plaque honoring her...