Tucker Day Rodeo fun for all

Though it was Tucker Blain of Hermosa’s radiant smile that began this eight year journey for Rich and LeeAnn Jensen of the Double Diamond...

Barbara Marshak talks about process

Barbara Marshak spoke at the Friends of the Library meeting on March 14. Five years ago she and her husband John made the transition...

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...

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...

Run Crazy Horse is ‘a must’

Four women from Flandreau, S.D., ran their first half-marathon at the Run Crazy Horse event last Sunday, Oct. 9, completing a 13.1-mile course. Jenna...

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...

Library and senior center receive funds

The Pennington County Council on Aging recently donated $650 to the Hill City Public Library and $1,000 to the Hill City Senior Center. The...

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...

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...

Filmmakers, audiences swarm to Hill City for BHFF

  Time travel, traveling to another dimension and life in 1950’s South Dakota were some of the topics in films at this year’s Black Hills...