History comes to life

Each year the Keystone museum plays host to local school children in a program called Living History. Put on by the Black Hills retired teachers,...

Wanted: Rangers who battled McVey Fire

This July marks the 80th year since the McVey Fire. The McVey Fire threatened Hill City, and boys from the school came out and battled...

Lois Halley: a Keystone institution

The United Church of Christ honored Lois Halley May 5 as the church- appointed organist for 70 years. Halley began playing the organ at the...

Honoring Art Anderson

On Sunday, April 28, the Hill City Fire Hall underwent a change. The fire hall was renamed to honor Art Anderson, past chief, who...
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Hill City and Keystone community briefs

HuntSAFE course coming to Hill City South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks will host a hunter safety certification course in Hill City. It is a...

‘Rattlesnake’ Randy keeps panning

In the late 1800s people flocked from all over to the Black Hills to pan for gold. The Homestake Gold Mine in Lead was the...

Fundraiser will help Railroad Museum operate

The South Dakota State Railroad Museum will be having their biggest fundraiser of the year this weekend at High Country Guest Ranch. This event...

Hill City students dive deep into psychology

Lindsay Omeirs has been teaching psychology as a dual credit course this year in Hill City. “It’s going well. The students are adjusting to differences...

Snow not a factor in Run Crazy Horse

This year was shaping up to be the largest Run Crazy Horse ever before a predicted weather event scared some away. Forecasters predicted snow...

Keystone sets cap at 700, gets ready to scare

The 9th Annual Haunting of Keystone starts this weekend in Keystone. It’s full of wonderful scares in four locations. The attractions are at Big...