Arrests were up in October

It has been a busy month when it comes to law enforcement in Hill City, according to Sgt. Randy Harkins of the Pennington County...

Attention given to what veterans provide country

Colonel Retired Tony Verchio with the South Dakota Army National Guard spoke at the Veteran’s Day Luncheon at the Hill City Senior Center on...

Keystone looks back on Haunting

Keystone has another annual event coming up. On Saturday, Nov. 18, the Victorian Christmas will begin in Keystone during the morning hours and turkey...

Keystone Cemetery to get veteran’s memorial

The Keystone Cemetery is the only cemetery in the world that has a view of Mount Rushmore. The actual name of the cemetery is...

Visitation increase not huge but keeps businesses busy

Even though the Black Hills and Badlands Tourism Association says that visitation to the Black Hills was up slightly this past summer it felt...

Variance requests brought up at city council meeting

Mayor Julie Wickware-Klein, with obvious emotion in her voice, at Monday night’s city council meeting, read a proclamation to observe Veterans Day on Friday,...

Keystone town board gets back to business

The town of Keystone was awarded a grant of $2,450 from Black Hills Energy to purchase Christmas lights for Keystone. A check presentation with...

Representative of Rounds visits area

Kwinn Neff, constituent services representative for Senator Mike Rounds, visited Hill City and Keystone on Oct. 17. Neff said Senator Rounds and his staff...

Company has mining plans

Disputes over gold mining might have been something people saw 100 years ago, but not in the 21st century. Mineral Mountain Resources, a Canadian...

Marketing efforts looked at as trustees pin down next move with ordinance

It’s all about tourism and how to improve it in Keystone. A couple of trustees with the Keystone town board want to make sure...