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The Story of Belle Fourche

This town's location at the confluence of two rivers led early French settlers to name it Belle Fourche ("beautiful fork"). Its lush setting at the point where...

Mystery Monday Week 3 Revealed

This week's mystery location didn't prove to be much of a mystery to a few of you, who recognized this... ...as the water stop at the 1880 Train depot i...

Journey through the Hills by Train

Are you ready to take a journey through the Black Hills by Train? Then you can't miss the 1880 Train that ventures between Hill City and Keystone. The first step is selecting the car to ride in. The Edward Gillette, Bluebird, Orville, Keystone, R...
Sturgis Rally

Visit Sturgis

With its prime location in a valley at the entrance of the Northern Black Hills, Sturgis—the county seat of Meade County, South Dakota—once marketed itself as ...

Mystery Monday Week 2 Revealed

On Monday, we posted the following photo and asked you to identify the location. This one proved tricky...but hey, we don't blame you for being stumped!...

Lead Urban Art Mural Project

In an effort to beautify Lead, promote civic pride, support local artists, and attract tourists, the city of Lead created the Urban Art Project in 2014. To date, 19 murals cover formerly blank walls and spaces throughout town. The project is sponsor...

Top 5 Things to Do in Lead

Deep in the heart of the Northern Hills, a small mining town was established in 1876 called Lead. When gold was discovered by the Manuel brothers, the populati...

Mystery Monday Week 1 Revealed

This year's inaugural Mystery Monday post asked readers to identify the following location: A few eagle-eyed residents recognized the bucking bronco as ...

Visit the Tri-State Museum

Founded 65 years ago in 1955, the Tri-State Museum was created to house a collection from Mrs. Roy Williams of Hammond, Mont. After her husband passed away, Mrs. Williams realized the value of the collection and contacted local businessmen and leade...