The Rally hadn’t yet started and it wasn’t even a full moon, but the Custer County Sheriff’s Office has had to deal with some strange goings-on in the recent days. On Saturday, July 27, deputies responded to a report of a Chevy Lumina that had pulled into a rural driveway on Wildlife Loop Road east […]
After emerging from executive session at its Aug. 5 meeting, the Custer City Council unanimously voted to proceed with enabling city attorney Chris Beesley to proceed with enforcement of the zoning ordinance and conditional use permits or violations. Although the violation could technically affect various kinds of violations, the most closely watched will be Vacation […]
The Custer School District Board of Education is taking steps to correct the groundwater and runoff problems at Wildcat Stadium with drainage work to begin as early as this fall. Justin Huntley from the AES2 engineering firm of Rapid City gave a report at the August board meeting held in Hermosa Monday night and gave […]
The roar of motorcycles still lingers in the air and the roads are clogged with summer travelers, but the first day of...
With the influx of bikers to the Black Hills for the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally comes motorcycle accidents. The following is a list of accidents that are local, involve local people or were fatal through Monday evening. On Sunday, Aug. 4, at 12:30 p.m., on Hwy. 87 five miles east of Custer, a motorcycle was southbound […]
There are plenty of recreation opportunities in Custer, and plenty more that could be brought to life, say members of the City of Custer’s Parks, Recreation and Forestry Committee. However, to make those ideas a reality, they say, they need a driving force behind them. The Custer Bark Park is an example of that, said […]
All signs point to the 2020 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally being a big one, as is usually the case with “anniversary years,” as next year’s Rally will be the 80th. Because of that, this year’s Rally was expected to be down some, not only in Sturgis, but around the Black Hills, and to an extent, that was […]
Last Friday’s flood was the big topic—and pretty much the only topic—discussed during the regular portion of the Aug. 5 meeting of the Custer City Council. City public works director Bob Morrison was quick to give city staff a pat on the back, saying by Saturday at noon a lot of cleanup had already been […]
Aug. 2, 2019. The day French Creek went from a docile, meandering creek to a raging river that cut a swath through...
The Custer County Fair returns to the Custer County Fairgrounds in Hermosa Thursday evening, with another four days full of a variety...