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...

Keystone to see new crosswalks and curb ramps

There is a 100 percent chance of the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) putting in new crosswalks and curb ramps on U.S. Route...

Restoring a building to it’s original state

Joe and Kayleen Caruso are on a mission. They are trying to restore the Kennedy House to it’s original state. The Kennedy House is...

Keystone town board gives go-ahead to projects

The Town of Keystone has plans in place to make some much needed repairs on their sewer plant. There is a list of 11...

Carla Sheldon to begin work as new city finance officer

After interviewing several people, the selection of Carla Sheldon as Hill City’s new finance officer was made official on Monday night when council members...

J-1 visa program brings in needed workers

The Trump administration could be making changes to the Summer Work Travel program that brings foreign students here. The Wall Street Journal reported there are...

Two more ideas come into play for BID project

The Business Improvement District (BID) Board expected to have a resolution on the project they were working on at the Sept. 14 meeting. The...

School board sees results, fewer students in 2017

The Hill City school board started out their monthly meeting on Sept. 11 by being thanked by Travis Eckert with the Hill City Youth...

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...

Land encroachment becomes issue for city

With Tracy Park land encroaching on an adjacent landowner, the city will need to find ways to rectify the situation, and Brett McMacken, city...