Christmas cheer coming to Hill City

Hill City’s Old Tyme Christmas parade has grown every year. Last year there were 35 floats in the parade. Hill City alderwoman Kathy Skorzewski said...

CCC still makes an impact

Signs of the work of Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) men are all over the Black Hills. In a presentation titled “Lasting Gifts of the...

‘Radium Girls’ to be at high school

Hill City High School’s fall play features a big cast, probably the biggest the school has seen. There are 16 students in the play. There...

American Legion still here in Hill City, works on youth programs

The preamble to the constitution of the American Legion stresses Americanism and individual obligation to community, state and nation. As early as 1932, veterans envisioned...

Lots of ladies to enjoy Hill City for weekend fun

Girlfriends weekend in Hill City is coming up on Friday, Nov. 3 and Saturday, Nov. 4. 2017 marks the fifth annual. Lorena Freis of Farmer’s...

Sculptor works on trade, has big plans

Fritz Hoppe, who resides outsides of Rapid City, is an artist and manager of the Dinosaur Museum which is close to where he lives. His...

Welcome home to Carla Sheldon

Upon arriving in Hill City at the end of September, Carla Sheldon, Hill City’s new finance officer, felt like she was home. She has...

Small community comes together to scare

There was a swell of excitement leading up to the second night of the Haunting of Keystone. People were lined up outside of the...

Pennel takes over as senior center director

Kris Pennel has started work as the Hill City Senior Center director, but talking to her it is evident she doesn’t want credit for...

Celebrating green and gold

Hill City’s Homecoming week went out with a bang as games were played, crowds cheered and yelled and each fall sports team received time...