The Independence Day is coming soon and the community has a lot of events planned for the day. Deadwood will start the day off with a pancake breakfast. Which will be followed by a series of games and events throughout the day. Spearfish will... Read more »
The Black Hills State University Theatre Department has been hard at work with their Summer Stage season. The department opened the season on June 5 with a female version of “The Odd Couple,” which will continue to run through June 8. Summer stage roles are open to alumni as well as current... Read more »
The Jacket Journal has received a first place award for the work on the campus and in the area. This was the sixth year that the Jacket Journal has been recognized by the American Scholastic Press Association. The ASPA recognizes the work of top literary magazines and newspapers of high schools and colleges... Read more »
Students at Black Hills State University are taking initiative in a community service project with the Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City. BHSU Art Club members and volunteers were given the choice of a Trikky, Raffy, or a Foomi - all of which were white vinyl cast toys. These cast toys originally come... Read more »
High school students across South Dakota are encouraged to enter their photos in a photography contest. Black Hills State University in Spearfish is sponsoring the competition that photography instructors hope gives beginning photographers exposure and helps spur a life-long love of photography in young... Read more »
Dr. Tom Jackson is replacing Dr. Kay Schallenkamp as president of Black Hills State University in Spearfish. The South Dakota Board of Regents made the announcement on campus Wednesday. Jackson begins his duties as president on July 3rd, 2014. Most recently, Jackson was the vice president for student... Read more »
Farewell video to president Dr. Schallenkamp.
Stop by the Pump House in Deadwood for a cup of locally brewed coffee and you will find Toni Gerlach creating a masterpiece in her new glassblowing studio. Gerlach’s interest in glassblowing began at the age of 15, when she took a class in her hometown of Las Vegas. With the help of her stepdad, Nick... Read more »