“Little House” star a key part of Keystone event

The Keystone Historical Museum staff lost track of the number of people in the museum on July 25 for the Ingalls Christmas in July...

Jon Crane releases new paintings

There was not a lot of down time for Jon Crane last Saturday as he was busy meeting and greeting visitors to the gallery...

Enthusiastic participation expected for flower show

Everyone is encouraged to enter the 2018 Hill City Flower Show to be held on July 28. The flower show has been taking place...

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...

Many come to Rochford to support fire department, partake in tradition

On July 7 the Rochford Volunteer Fire Department held its annual celebration fundraiser. It is held in conjunction with the Rochford Day. The donations...

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...

Scoot around Keystone or see some beautiful nature

Black Hills Scootours in Keystone has a small fleet of scooters, exactly 12. This is enough for a good group of friends to come...

Artists receive special honors

James Pridgeon of Bearlodge Studios said Sculpture in the Hills is by far the best show he goes to with his wife Michele. “It’s...

Creating games and learning together

Over eight days, students learned to code and created games in a Hill City Middle School classroom. The teacher for the program was Annette Duffy....

2018 sculpture show has big promise, more artists returning

Sculpture in the Hills continues to be one of the most popular events organized by the Hill City Arts Council. It also remains the...