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Keystone, South Dakota, April 22, 2015 - The Keystone Chamber of Commerce welcomes Dolsee Davenport as their new Executive Director. The board of directors had several qualified candidates apply and interview for this coveted position, and Davenport certainly stood out from the crowd. She is expected to start the position on May 5, 2015.

Name that tunnel!

Thursday 12, Mar 2015

Doane Robinson Tunnel 630When the Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway Naming Committee set out to name the tunnels in the Keystone-Custer State Park area, we’re guessing they never even considered names such as Sound Your Horn or Falling Rock.

Good thing. Their aim was to reduce, not increase, confusion over identifying the tunnels. There are seven tunnels, and it gets confusing -- especially if you are reporting an accident. That’s why the South Dakota Department of Transportation formed the committee.

Death by Chocolates

Wednesday 11, Mar 2015

A Success Story

The annual Death by Chocolates community event and fundraiser was held February 14th at the Community Center.  This event is the result of Lou Rohde, Helen Rohde, their family and friends vision and hard work.  They give unselfishly of their time and energy to help others and make Keystone a better place to live.  Through their effort over $1,200.00 was raised and donated to a charitable project that donates goats to widows in Uganda, Africa.

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Please plan to attend

The National Park Service and Mount Rushmore National Memorial is pleased to announce the 90th anniversary celebration of the inception of the idea, vision and efforts that have become the Shrine of Democracy.  In 1925 Doane Robinson and others started a process that has impacted our community and region in ways that they could scarcely imagine.  Please join us as we commemorate the people and events that produced this icon of the American Dream and symbol of our freedom.

A Second Century of Faith

Thursday 5, Mar 2015

Keystone Congregational United Church of Christ

Log SchoolhouseThe First Congregational Church of Keystone was organized in a small log schoolhouse on August 11, 1895, embracing the denomination’s tenets of a vital, involved congregation. In March 1896, members voted “to proceed at once with the erection of a church building, the probable cost of said building, duly furnished, being estimated at $2000.” The congregation’s own skilled stone masons and carpenters built the church in six months.