Cyber safety is topic of open house

A cyber crimes specialist will give a presentation to parents and students at the Custer Jr./Sr. High School open house next Tuesday, Aug. 21....

Fifth quarter kicks off

Last Thursday night marked the first fifth quarter of the season after an outstanding win for the Wildcats varsity volleyball team against Spearfish. Students who attend after games get to enjoy hot appetizers, soda, pool and other fun games with their friends downtown at the Begging Burro. “I love coming to fifth quarter because it’s […]

Knowledge Bowl team looks to improve

The Custer High School Knowledge Bowl Team is two meets into its season. Nine Black Hills high school teams meet to compete in Knowledge...

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 the contest. Poems will be printed as space allows. Eighth Grade On the run By Nolan Saufley, first place As I ran away from the ones who made fun of me […]

Belt Loopalooza returns to Jewel Cave

Cub Scouts throughout the Black Hills are preparing to embark on a day-long adventure at Jewel Cave National Monument on Saturday, July 21. The...

Ambassadors discuss ‘real models’

Custer Elementary students have had the opportunity to hear many words of wisdom from designated All Star Character Ambassadors Morgan Parys and Noah Zacher these past few months.  Both are seniors at Custer High School. The first of many classroom presentations was to Zacher’s former kindergarten teacher, Conni Virtue’s kindergarten class. Children learned about the […]

Freshman Impact hosts fundraiser

The Freshman Impact program will celebrate its 10-year anniversary with its first fundraising dinner. The public is invited to attend the celebration at Crazy Horse Memorial Saturday, Oct. 29, which will feature a prime rib dinner, auction and a program by South Dakota attorney general Marty Jackley. Guests will have the chance to learn more […]

Hermosa students make popcorn balls for a cause

Children at the Black Hills Children’s Home had a merrier Christmas thanks to Hermosa School second graders. The students once again spent part a school...

Custer welcomes students from abroad

High school students from Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Norway are receiving a warm welcome from Custer residents. The students are studying and living in the United States through EF High School Exchange Year.  Living with local area host families and attending local area high schools, the students are here to not only learn about […]

Glazier is Rising Star of the West

Custer High School senior Tori Glazier will be featured as part of KEVN Black Hills FOX’s Rising Star of the West scholarship contest Thursday, Feb. 8, on The SIX (6 to 6:30 p.m.)  and on Black Hills FOX News at 9 p.m. Glazier qualified for the contest by submitting a short video of herself to […]

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