Coffee helps perk up Hill City visitors, residents

It is great for any thriving community to have a local coffee shop. The space that has been carved out for the cafe is...

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 taste of Mexico in Hill City

Maria Lyndoe started in the food industry in 2011. But she really started cooking at age 6 before most children are allowed to do...

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...

Run Crazy Horse is ‘a must’

Four women from Flandreau, S.D., ran their first half-marathon at the Run Crazy Horse event last Sunday, Oct. 9, completing a 13.1-mile course. Jenna...

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...

One-of-kind tractor run takes place in the Hills

A three day tractor cruise is not a bad way to spend time in the Black Hills. Tractor enthusiasts from all over the United...

Roller-skating Fridays return

  For over 20 years, winter Friday nights in Keystone have transcended the cold with a rolling good time at Roller-skating Friday Nights. This event offers...

Breakin’ the chill with chili

  On Saturday, Jan. 21, Hill City merchants will be warming up the public with approximately 15 chilis at the 2017 Breakin’ the Winter Blues...

Midwest Living comes to Hill City

People representing Midwest Living magazine, the South Dakota Tourism Department and an advertising agency visited Hill City on May 9. They were treated to...