Celebrating green and gold

Hill City’s Homecoming week went out with a bang as games were played, crowds cheered and yelled and each fall sports team received time...

Old caboose finds a new home

  After over a year in the planning, the South Dakota State Railroad Museum (SDSRM) in Hill City has finally added the wooden caboose 1208...

Tour de Chocolate is one sweet event

  Hill City’s annual Tour de Chocolate will return to tempt taste buds on Saturday, Feb. 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and preparations...

Upgrades done at Custer theater

Talking with Jerad Tennyson, redevelopment manager for Custer Hospitality, you can’t help but get excited about the new nightly summer entertainment at the former...

BHFF celebrates South Dakota films

  The Black Hills Film Festival (BHFF) returns to Hill City and the surrounding area for the eighth year. The annual event will be held...

High Country Guest Ranch hosts Cabela’s photoshoot

  A crew of 15-20 people recently utilized the beautiful scenery at High Country Guest Ranch and around the Hill City area in order to...

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...

Chamber director talks tourism in 2018

Janet Wetovick-Bily, executive director of the Hill City Area Chamber of Commerce, gave a presentation to the Friends of the Library on Jan. 10...

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...

‘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...