Blizzard blows away Christmas plans

  Mother Nature was a real Scrooge this Christmas weekend, sending freezing rain, snow and extremely high winds as her holiday gift to the Black...

Field needs support in the home stretch

  As part of the Ranger Field renovation, new concessions, restrooms and storage facilities have been built and permanent bleachers have been installed. The Ranger...

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...

Delta Dental provides services to Hill City kids

Despite another breakdown of their mobile dental truck, Delta Dental of South Dakota is currently in Hill City offering oral health services to underserved...

Hill City is ready for the holidays

  Hill City’s annual Old Tyme Christmas celebration is set to kick off the holiday season on Friday, Nov. 25. “It’s going to be a great...

Girlfriends’ Weekend a fashionanle event

  Hill City’s 4th annual celebration of shopping, fashion and all things girly returns this weekend, as 34 area businesses offer sales, demonstrations and prizes for...

Old caboose finds a new home

  After over a year in the planning, the South Dakota State Railroad Museum (SDSRM) in Hill City has finally added the wooden caboose 1208...

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...

DJ’s Boutique to close

  After more than 18 years of providing quality women’s clothing in all sizes, DJ’s Boutique in Hill City will close its doors on Monday,...

Keystone chamber gets new director

After a summer without an executive director, the Keystone Chamber of Commerce has finally selected Temple Estrada to fill the position. Estrada — originally from...