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...

Library damage around $50k

Repairs to the Custer County Library could cost between $40,000 and $50,000 after the west wall of the library had a hole put in...

The stars turn out for SHMAAF

If you were wondering where your neighbors, friends and half of Custer were this weekend, hopefully you looked for them at Pageant Hill, where...

SHMAAF brings musical stars to Custer

It’s not every day you have the chance to nab “Two Tickets to Paradise.” And with the variety of musical acts and events lined...

Custer YMCA turns 30

The Custer YMCA was the place to be Saturday, Aug. 20, as people of all ages celebrated its 30 years in the community. The message...

Rally traffic appears to be down

As expected, on the heels of last year’s 75th anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, which saw nearly 800,000 bikers pour into the Hills,...

CCH is on the mend

Three years ago, the Custer County Housing and Redevelopment Commission (CCH) was in trouble, to put it mildly. To put it more directly, CCH was...

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...

County to Spend $1 Million More

Fueled by the rising cost of doing business, the Custer County Commission is proposing a 2017 budget of $8.813 million, a 7.9 percent increase...

Commission hears site analysis for CAFO or AID

Rural properties with site development opportunities aren’t overly abundant in Custer County and for the most part are located in the southeast part. That was...

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