Volunteerism: important to people and Hill City

Hill City is a small city, but they hold some of the best events in the Black Hills. Some of the best events are...

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...

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...

BHI to receive new fossil

  In October, Frank Garcia, 70, his wife Debby and his friend Gary Brown unearthed a well-preserved skull of a mosasaur along with a partial...

The journey of love began with a whistle

  A marriage that has lasted for 56 years, a lovely family, successful careers, beautiful home; it has all the appearances of being a fairy...

Did a ghost terrify robbers?

  The unexplained activity in the Chute Rooster Museum & Restaurant seems to cover the entire spooky spectrum, from falling barstools and full-bodied apparitions to...

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...

Career and technical education classes could end in Hill City

On March 29, students in David Kelting’s woodworking class were making progress on their beach chairs that they have been creating. This is one...

Familiar faces now own Krull’s Market

Danielle and Eric Lind are now at the helm of Krull’s Market, the local grocery store that is open year-round. “We’ve been praying for...

Gardner honored as middle school principal of the year for Region 7

Blake Gardner, Hill City middle school principal, has a motto of “make today your masterpiece” , something that he puts on newsletters and is...