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...

KOA general manager enjoys campground life

During the day at the Mount Rushmore KOA at Palmer there are many different things that are going on. A high stress level 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....

Jon Crane honored with tunnel dedication

On the morning of Saturday, Sept. 17, neighbor Tip French showed up at Jon Crane’s door calling him to help clear off part of...

New pastor is ready to connect

Community Lutheran Church has a new pastor. The church has gone without a full time pastor at the church for more than a year.  Jeremy...

Firehouse adds to wine and beer country

Firehouse Brewing Co. has expanded into the Heart of the Hills. A company that started in Rapid City in 1991 is now in Hill...

Students learn the three ‘Rs’

“Don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater.” Students from Creekside Christian School learned the meaning of this expression and about pioneer life documented...

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...

ATV Rally draws about 140 riders

Despite there being a windy day on Aug. 18 and rain on Aug.19, the Let’s Ride ATV/UTV Club still held their annual Soggy Bottom...

High Country Guest Ranch hosts Cabela’s photoshoot

  A crew of 15-20 people recently utilized the beautiful scenery at High Country Guest Ranch and around the Hill City area in order to...