Time to smell the flowers

It’s time to smell the flowers in Hill City — literally. The “Everything is Coming up Roses” Hill City Flower Show is set to take...

Library, librarian become accredited

The Keystone Town Library is accredited now that Keystone Town librarian Robin Scott finished her state training. Scott was awarded a certificate of library management...

‘A lot of smiles and fun’: Native students visit Keystone

About 200 Native American children from all over the state recently visited Keystone for a day of fun and fellowship. “This day provided exposure for...

Sculpture in the Hills coming up

The 12th annual Sculpture in the Hills Show and Sale is set to come this weekend. The event, which is the Black Hills’ only juried...

BHP’s production of ‘Sherwood’ hits the mark

The 74th season of the Black Hills Playhouse (BHP) opened with a witty production of “Sherwood the Adventures of Robin Hood.” Directed by Ian...

Keystone in need of volunteers

Keystone has a long, proud history of volunteerism. Just ask Jon Veltman, president of Keystone Senior Center. “My grandmother volunteered all the time. People have...

More than a walk in the woods

Scores of people participated in the Crazy Horse Volksmarch last weekend, June 1-2. On Saturday, participants enjoyed warm — but not too warm — conditions...

Hill City remembers the fallen on Memorial Day

Rain soaked Hill City on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27. The weather served as a stark reminder of the sacrifices of those who lost their...

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...