Setting the record straight on J.H. Keith Memorial Park

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TOP RIGHT: This photo, presumably taken in 1891, shows the original pavilion in the background, which was built by the Carlsbad Spring Company in that same year. Looking closely on the far left hand side in the distance, is the town of Cascade Springs. This view is no longer attainable due to the growth of new trees. (Helen Magee Heritage Collection)

BOTTOM LEFT: Edna Keith, sitting far right, donated the land to Black Hills National Forest for the creation of J.H. Keith Memorial Park in the...

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Ace Hardware now a four-generation family business

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LEFT: New Hot Springs Ace Hardware owners Brad and Kelly Bednar (far left) stand behind one of the store’s E-GO snowblowers. Next to them is Kelly’s parents, Gary and Terry Slagel who have owned the local store since purchasing it from Terry’s parents nearly 13 years ago.

TOP RIGHT: In this photo taken in June 2008, Gary and Terry are pictured with her parents, Tom and Georgia Blatchford, after the Slagels purchased the store from the Blatchfords on Father’s Day of that year. Tom and Georgia...

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Wind Cave visitor center reopens to the public after 11-month closure

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Pictured here is Dr. Joshua Sebree, Associate Professor of Astrochemistry and Astrobiology at the University of Northern Iowa, who leads teams of undergraduate students on NASA-funded research in Wind Cave. In the background is a small lake where the researchers study microorganisms living in the water that may be similar to those found on other planets.

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NASA-funded research also ongoing in cave

 

By Marcus Heerdt

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Hot Springs School Board asked to add staff, JROTC

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Photo by Brett Nachtigall/Fall River County Herald-Star

Hot Springs music director Melissa Vande Stroet (far left) claps her hands while her high school pep band performs the school song during a recent boys’ basketball game at Case Auditorium.

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By Brett Nachtigall

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HOT SPRINGS – At its Monday, Feb. 8 meeting, the Hot Springs School Board heard ideas from the public and a teacher regarding the need for more music and counseling staff, as well as a...

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VALENTINE'S DAY: Love of music leads to true love

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James and DeVonne Snow will be celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary this July. On right is the young couple back in 1957.

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Jim and DeVonne Snow of Hot Springs will be married for 65 years

By Charity Maness

HOT SPRINGS – While James “Jim” and DeVonne Snow grew up in different states; their love of music brought them together in a symphonic harmony that would last a lifetime.

DeVonne grew up in a rural community near Exiter, Neb., learning at a very...

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