New managers take over at Mt. Meadow

The way that Amiee Laun explains how she took over managing Mt. Meadow Store & Campground with her husband might seem a bit surreal....

American Legion still here in Hill City, works on youth programs

The preamble to the constitution of the American Legion stresses Americanism and individual obligation to community, state and nation. As early as 1932, veterans envisioned...

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...

Wine, Brew & BBQ fires up a big crowd

Hill City’s fourth annual Wine, Brew & BBQ last weekend saw what event coordinator Bob Stanfiel believes are record-breaking numbers, though he admits that...

‘Radium Girls’ to be at high school

Hill City High School’s fall play features a big cast, probably the biggest the school has seen. There are 16 students in the play. There...

Wrestlers compete at local tournament

There were 18 teams and around 180 wrestlers at the Black Hills Classic on Feb. 3. The event took place at the gyms in...

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...

Science fair had explosions and creativity

The ninth annual PIPTO Science Fair was held on March 8 and 9 at the Hill City schools. It was reported as the biggest...

Dave Gray named as Citizen of the Year

  Calm, unruffled, easy-going and patient are common qualities attributed to Dave Gray, the Hill City Prevailer’s Citizen of the Year, by friends and associates....

CCC museum open house is June 17

You don’t have to look very far in the area to see the fingerprints of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) men who lived in...