CCC still makes an impact

Signs of the work of Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) men are all over the Black Hills. In a presentation titled “Lasting Gifts of the...

Hasselstrom lives on ranch and writes about grasslands

Linda Hasselstrom has recently released her new book “Gathering from the Grassland: A Plains Journal”. It is her 17th book. It offers readers a...

‘Young Frankenstein’ delivers the laughs

When I saw the shows scheduled for the Black Hills Playhouse this summer, “Young Frankenstein” was far and away the one I was looking forward...

Custer UTV Rentals has a spot in Hill City

Custer UTV Rentals has managed to cruise up to Hill City and offer tourists something to do during the day. The business is located...

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...

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...

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...

Open Stage returns at new venue

  The 11th annual season of Hill City’s Open Stage will begin a new era of varied talent at the High Country Guest Ranch’s Dakota...

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...

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...