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...

Plein Air artists have many unique challenges

Artists received a touch of all four seasons while they were in the Black Hills for the Black Hills Paint-Out. There was wind, rain...

Artists try to capture scenes perfectly

This year was the first year for the Black Hills Plein Air Paint-Out, a time to paint outside and soak in all of the...

Bumpin’ Buffalo in chislic contest

Bumpin’ Buffalo was chosen as one of the 20 places in South Dakota competing to be South Dakota’s favorite chislic spot. Chislic has been...

Keystone Project opens its doors to the community

Overlooking Keystone is a large cedar and stone building that might seem overly ostentatious. Inside is just as big and bold as the outside....

A twist on an old classic comes to town

When there is a pretty girl that stumbles into a small cabin in the woods full of dwarves it can only be “Snow White...

Trying to save it

Some dedicated volunteers in Keystone met on Sept. 14 to brainstorm some ideas about the Keystone Senior Citizens Center. The Senior Citizens Center could...

ArtForms celebrates 20 years Sunday

When any small town business survives and thrives for 20 years, it is cause for celebration, but add in 20-plus people in the mix,...