BHI uncovers the past

  After nearly 40 years buried under a layer of particleboard, the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research (BHI) has unveiled the original floor of...

A leg up on love

When Melanie Funderburk came home from her first date with Rob Timm on the first day of spring 1994, she began to cry and...

Welcome home to Carla Sheldon

Upon arriving in Hill City at the end of September, Carla Sheldon, Hill City’s new finance officer, felt like she was home. She has...

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...

Breakin’ the chill with chili

  On Saturday, Jan. 21, Hill City merchants will be warming up the public with approximately 15 chilis at the 2017 Breakin’ the Winter Blues...

Run Crazy Horse is this Sunday

Lace up your sneakers and prepare your warm layers, the annual Run Crazy Horse Marathon will be Sunday, Oct. 9. The marathon will start at...

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...

Blizzard blows away Christmas plans

  Mother Nature was a real Scrooge this Christmas weekend, sending freezing rain, snow and extremely high winds as her holiday gift to the Black...

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...

Archery tourney brings people in, hits target

The weather for the Young Life Archery Tournament last Saturday hit the target with blue skies most of the morning enabling archery enthusiasts to...