New hurdle in sidewalk has many citizens frustrated

As merchants in Hill City once again roll out the red carpet for visitors to the community, the safety and aesthetics of walking on...

A wonderful night for awards

The night of Saturday, April 21 was the largest event of the year for the Hill City Area Chamber of Commerce, its awards banquet....

Many needs are being met at Hill City schools

There are a lot of good things happening in the school district even amidst the different resignations and discussions about committees forming. Roxann DuBois, food...

Housing study to be completed by June 30

As a follow up to the Comprehensive Plan previously developed by Hill City, the city council voted to move ahead with an agreement with...

ALICE, an options-based strategy

Schools without a School Resource Officer might be on their own if an active killer or active shooter situation could occur. It could be...

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...

Secretary Krebs visits Hill City

Shantel Krebs likes to talk to people on Main St. in every town that she visits. That is what she did when she came...

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...

Keystone holds election for single town board member

Two candidates, both with varied experience, are interested in being elected to the Keystone town board on a three year term. Sandi McLain has been...

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...