Offering support to caregivers

We hear a lot of stories about people who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s. We know the devastating effects it has on an individual’s...

Local man releases children’s book

In 1951 Hank Whitney was in elementary school and his mother was a teacher at P.S. 25 in Yonkers, N.Y., a suburb of New...

Time to select a gift

The Select-A-Gift trees are up and filled with tags at participating Custer churches, banks/credit unions and businesses. Community members are encouraged to take a...

Bark Beetle Blues to return

Saturday, Jan. 20, will be crawling with bugs, as the annual Bark Beetle Blues event will take place in Custer with the burning of...

Horsted releases new book

Our national parks are places of great beauty and significant history, but are they changing over time?  A new large-format book attempts to answer...

Gathering of the Talents returns

Another Gathering of the Talents musical is being planned for Sunday, Nov. 12. Looking through her book of memories, Isabel Hanson shares past Gathering of...

Jana Virtue is new county VSO

As a junior in high school, Jana Virtue moved from Gillette, Wyo., to Hill City to take care of a veteran. The veteran was her...

Taking a tour of the former STAR Academy

When you step onto the campus of the former State Treatment and Rehabilitation (STAR) Academy or inside one of the buildings littered throughout the...

Hospital adds new staff

Custer Regional Hospital has welcomed  two new staff members, Connor Fiscarelli and Matt Stinson. Fiscarelli is the new senior director of long-term care services in...

Caster is new director of DOE

A familiar face has returned to the Custer County Department of Equalization (DOE) Office. Patty Caster is the new head of the DOE, after being...

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