Summer programs kick off in Hill City, Keystone

Proper nutrition is a vital component to a child’s development. Even though school is not in session, children 18 and under in Hill City...

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...

Przybylski named as manager of the year

The South Dakota Association of Rural Water Systems (SDARWS) recently named Jerry Przybylski, manager of the Keystone Water Department, as the top Municipal Water...

Breakfast expansion going well in Hill City

In the past there have  been only a handful of students at Hill City Elementary that would get breakfast through the Hill City school...

Pennel takes over as senior center director

Kris Pennel has started work as the Hill City Senior Center director, but talking to her it is evident she doesn’t want credit for...

Rushmore Mountain Coaster brings more excitement

A new ride at Rush Mountain Adventure Park is an exhilarating one as it brings people up a steep incline and zips people right...

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...

Chicken, pizza and more at Boss’

Some big city comforts have been brought to Keystone through a local eatery called Boss’ Pizza & Chicken. The restaurant opened on Winter Street...

Masons combat cold with chili

It was freezing out on Feb. 10 but that didn’t stop people from coming to Hill City and trying different chilis at the sixth...

Many turn out for original music showcase

The “Black Hills Original Music Showcase” was a special event for the Hill City Arts Council. It was held at High Country Guest Ranch...