Oesterling goes 2-for-2

There is no “conjecturing” on the creation of a spelling dynasty in Custer. For the second year in a row, 12-year-old Sierra Oesterling of Custer...

Software makes for sweet music

While a “finale” can be defined as the end of a musical performance, Finale the software is anything but that. Finale is a music notation...

More poetry from contest winners

Seventh and eighth grade students in Mr. Patzlaff’s junior high language arts class held a poetry contest. Below are the students who placed in...

Young poets

Seventh and eighth grade students in Mr. Patzlaff’s junior high language arts class held a poetry contest. Below are the students who placed in...

Parys, Zacher are character all stars

Two Custer High School seniors, Morgan Parys of Hermosa and Noah Zacher of Custer, have been named South Dakota 4-H Character All Stars for...

CYAF gives back to students and school

For over 20 years, the Custer Youth and Alumni Foundation (CYAF) has been a prominent example of giving back to the Custer School District...

Wind Cave to host adventure program

Help your children learn about nature and develop skills to explore the natural world by attending Wind Cave National Park’s Adventures in Nature programs....

Master plan could answer questions

Come March 2017, the Custer School District should have a long-anticipated facilities master plan written and approved. But before the final product comes to...

Sixth graders make 1,500 cookies

Ms. Mattson’s and Mr. Frish’s sixth grade classes were again busy rolling out a record number of cookies this year for those in need. Mattson...

Project raises suicide awareness

When it came to picking a topic for his senior project, suicide prevention was a no brainer for Custer High School student Forrest Lewis. Lewis...

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