A twist on an old classic comes to town

When there is a pretty girl that stumbles into a small cabin in the woods full of dwarves it can only be “Snow White...

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...

Country music festival kicks off this year

High Country Guest Ranch is putting on a show unlike any other in the area. The event provides two days of classic country music....

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...

BHI to receive new fossil

  In October, Frank Garcia, 70, his wife Debby and his friend Gary Brown unearthed a well-preserved skull of a mosasaur along with a partial...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Keystone chamber gets new director

After a summer without an executive director, the Keystone Chamber of Commerce has finally selected Temple Estrada to fill the position. Estrada — originally from...