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Black Hills Artist Feature: Scott Jacobs

A move to Deadwood has been a great decision for the Jacobs family. Originally from New Jersey, Scott Jacobs was declared the first official licensed Harely-Da...

Black Hills Artist Feature: Dick Termes

Spearfish native Dick Termes gained fame in the 1970s-80s when he created the artistic, brightly-colored globes known as “termespheres.” Having designed more than 300 termespheres, Dick has been recognized locally, nationally, and internationally. I...

Ghosts of the Hotel Alex Johnson

The Hotel Alex Johnson looms over the Rapid City skyline like a hulking giant, its iconic red sign visible for miles. The hotel has attracted visitors fro...

Can Gold Still Be Found in Deadwood?

The Black Hills Gold Rush brought hordes of prospectors and settlers to the Black Hills. As more and more people flocked to the area, towns were founded overni...

The Black Hills Gold Rush

The Black Hills Gold Rush began in 1874, when Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer led a group of over 1,000 men from Fort Abraham Lincoln in the Dakota Territory (present-day Bismarck, North Dakota) to the Black Hills. There had long been rum...

Sharpshooter Daniel Boone May

Daniel Boone May, known as “the fastest gun in the Dakota," protected the Deadwood Stage from outlaws, murderers, and thieves with an iron fist (or, to be more...

The Odd History of Mountain Goats in the Black Hills

Many people, both tourists and native South Dakotans, are surprised to learn that mountain goats are not native to South Dakota. These sure-footed animals are often seen climbing around Mount Rushmore and are one of the state’s most iconic animals, ...

Where Am I? Week 10 Revealed

Our last mystery location in the series stumped you. We'll forgive you if you didn't recognize this spot... Unless you happen to be walking down 4th Str...