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...

Hills see slight jump in tourists

Although there have been a few storms so far this summer the weather has been mostly seasonable and tourism has been up this year. “So...

Comprehensive plan gets green light

After more than a year and a half of meetings between Lysann Zeller of Black Hills Council of Local Governments and the Hill City...

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...

No more waiting for a decision

The South Rochford Road project was approved to go forward at the last Pennington County Board of Commissioners meeting. It will move forward to...

South Rochford Road project to continue

  A decision has been made by the Pennington County Board of Commissioners to approve the county paving project and move toward the next steps...

Wickware-Klein takes the gavel

After serving as interim mayor for several months, John Johnson was ready to turn over the gavel to Hill City’s new mayor, Julie Wickware-Klein,...

Election results given

Polls closed at 7 p.m. on June 6 in Hill City and the citizens of Hill City have chosen a new mayor. Julie Wickare-Klein,...

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...

Council supports getting the show on the road

For people who live in the West, a span of 11 miles is considered “just around the corner,” it could be the distance to...