Jewel Cave to host teacher workshop

Jewel Cave National Monument is offering a workshop for teachers and educators related to the nationwide curricula entitled Project WILD and Project Learning Tree...

Custer School District welcomes new staff

The Custer School District stayed busy this summer by hiring 15 new staff members. Most of the hires were replacements, but there were a...

Custer County Fair results announced

The following are the results from this year’s Custer County Fair and 4-H Achievement Days. RANCH SORT First Place Buckle Sponsors -  H & T Cattle,...

Junior Lego league to begin soon

The creation of a Custer Wildcats Junior Lego League has been announced, with registration for the league Aug. 25 at the Custer County Library....

Cadets in Custer

For the last week, 1,200 cadets and staff have formed their own village southwest of Custer. Camp Elk Run 2017 Cadet International Camporee is a...

Elementary hands out awards

Library Awards Mrs. Blume 4-6th ARAR Awards 500 AR Points – Phoebe Till 400 AR Points – Izaak Stansbury, Megan Snyder, Ella Allen 200 AR Points – Emma Arp,...

Girls ready to rock

This Saturday, June 17, 15 Custer girls will show just how hard they can rock with a first-of-its-kind concert at the Custer High School...

Summer reading begins May 31

This year’s Custer County Library summer reading program’s theme is “Build a Better World!” The program will be open to infants through teens. The primary...

CHS-built cabin up for bid

Four Custer High School (CHS) students are witnessing the fruition of their hard work, as the second year of CHS’s cabin project comes to...

FACS looks to add additional program

Adding new programs and activities to curriculum is just one way teachers continue to provide the best possible experience for their students. Family and...

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