July was a wet one in Custer

After a mostly sun-baked and dry early summer, July brought a reprieve to Custer in the form of nearly four inches of rain, somewhat...

Help others have a merry Christmas

The Custer Ministerial Alliance will once again sponsor the annual Custer Community Christmas Project to bring the community together to experience the spirit of...

Gold Discovery Days here

It’s Gold Discovery Days time again in Custer, with the 94th annual celebration set to begin this Friday, July 21, and running through Sunday. Things...

Audit reveals deficiencies

Internal accounting controls over financial reporting for Custer County for the years 2014 and 2015 were inadequate, resulting in inaccurate information presented to users...

Deputies stay busy during rally

It’s not every day that you get to see the rally through the eyes of a deputy, but that is the experience I had...

Thunderstorm batters county

The force of a wall of  thunderstorms that rolled through Custer County last week was felt from Dewey to Hermosa. Trees were uprooted, power poles...

Vacation rentals have strict guidelines

As it turns out, there is more to renting out your home as a vacation rental than just putting it on a website and...

End of an era

When Craig Pugsley was in high school, he wrote a paper on his dream job: working with Game, Fish and Parks. Little did the...

Christmas events start

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and activities to celebrate the season will take place this weekend in Custer. The 28th annual Custer...

Confessions of a florist: A Valentine’s Day tell-all

With Valentine’s Day just days away, love is in bloom at Jenny’s Floral in downtown Custer, where Cupid’s special helper, Jenny Behlings, is preparing...

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