1. Spearfish hires planning director

    The Spearfish City Council Monday approved the hire of Nick Broyles as planning director, with an official start date of May 31. Read on...
  2. All users encouraged to know, use best practices regarding bicycle lanes on Jackson Boulevard

    As the weather gets nicer, and in concurrence with National Bike to Work Week May 16-22, 2022, all users are encouraged to know and use best practices regarding the new bicycle lanes along Jackson Boulevard. Read on...
  3. City Council approves increasing SERF loan to finish office space in Atlas building

    The City Council Monday approved increasing a previously approved $1.4 million Spearfish Economic Revolving Fund loan to $2 million to allow the remaining office space in the Atlas building to be finished and leasable to the State of South Dakota. Read on...
  4. Outgoing Mayor recognized for years of service; Incoming Mayor takes oath of office

    People gathered in Spearfish City Hall Monday to honor Mayor Dana Boke for her three terms of service and welcome incoming Mayor John Senden, who took the oath of office to begin his term. Read on...
  5. Road through Spearfish City Campground closed to through-traffic starting May 1

    Motorists are reminded that South Canyon Street between Spearfish City Campground and Winterville Drive is closed annually during camping season, May 1 through September 30. Read on...
  6. Municipal election results

    Voters cast their ballots on Election Day, Tuesday, April 12. Read on...
  7. ‘1,000 Books Before Kindergarten’ program launches at Spearfish library

    Grace Balloch Memorial Library has launched a 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program, which encourages parents to read with their children at early ages. Read on...

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