Notice of Quorum - 4/4/18 Rushmore Region EcoDevo Meeting
April 3, 2018
NOTICE OF QUORUM
This is to serve as Notice that a quorum of the Hot Springs Common Council may be in attendance at the Rushmore Region Economic Development Alliance Professional Development Series with Janet Ady of Ady Advantage. The meeting will be held at the Mueller Civic Center, 801 S. 6th St in Hot Springs, SD, on Wednesday the 4th of April at from 8:30-11:30AM.
DATED this 30th day of March, 2018
Last Modified: 04-3-2018-09:04:45
Notice of Quorum - 1/22/18 BHE Meeting
January 22, 2018
NOTICE OF QUORUM
This is to serve as Notice that a quorum of the Hot Springs Common Council may be in attendance at an informal meeting with Black Hills Energy to discuss potential solar conversion project, back-up generation and industrial park potential. The meeting will be held at City Hall, 303 N. River Street, on Tuesday the 23rd of January at 10:00 AM.
DATED this 22nd day of January, 2018
Last Modified: 01-22-2018-10:09:01
Notice of Quorum - 12-12-17 Boulder Falls Ribbon Cutting
December 8, 2017
NOTICE OF QUORUM
This is to serve as Notice that a quorum of the Hot Springs Common Council may be in attendance at the Boulder Falls Road Improvement Project Ribbon Cutting event, which will be held at the entrance to Boulder Falls Addition – Highway 71, just south of Fall River Health Services. Brief ribbon cutting ceremony (weather permitting) then adjourn to the Southern Hills Golf Course Club House at 1130 Clubhouse Drive, on Tuesday the 12th of December at 11:00 AM.
DATED this 8th day of December, 2017
Last Modified: 12-8-2017-10:03:22
Black Hills Visitor Blog Features Hot Springs & Climb Hot Springs!
October 13, 2017
By Zach Freeman, Photos by Sandeep Yadav
“You look at Hot Springs and you’d never say it’s flat,” says local resident Colter Steinmetz of his hometown. “One of the things the town is known for is the stairs—they’re built into the town.”
In 2016, based on a suggestion from a town member, the Hot Springs Rotary Club decided to put those stairs to good use, sponsoring an outdoor stair-climbing event that incorporates five historic flights of stairs–657 steps in total–into a seven mile race that offers picturesque views of the Black Hills and the local river walk, tests runners’ every muscle group, and crisscrosses the tourist-centric town. There’s also a shorter three-mile route that includes two sets of stairs.
“We’re trying to shed light onto our small town and the Black Hills,” says race director Curt Lout. “I think the route is beautiful with the sandstone buildings and the river and the historic steps. I think it’s a really fun destination event for people to come here for a weekend.”
Pairing a running portion with a series of outdoor stair climbs, the Climb Hot Springs race is one of only two of its kind in the nation–with the Bisbee 1000 The Great Stair Climb in Arizona being the other. And though it’s only been around for a few years it’s already picking up steam. Lout says the race brought in runners from seven different states in 2017. “We’re trying to promote this as a national event to bring people in to enjoy our little town and the hospitality,” says Lout. “The idea of bringing people in from outside is slowly working.”
Aside from the unique course and the small-town charm, the race also offers stylish t-shirts (designed by Lout), a post-race meal (with beer included) and truly impressive awards (the male and female winners take home colorful glass sculptures).
2017 race winner Josh Duncan–who came in from Chicago and placed second in 2016’s race–says he’ll be back. “I love running and I love stair-climbing,” he says. “I had no idea what the town was going to look like when when I got here, but I kind of had to put one hand under my chin to hold it up because I absolutely loved it.” His favorite part of the course is the creek that runs through town. “That’s one of the best parts of the race,” he says. “It also happens to coincide with the flat part of the course so that’s nice for us from the Midwest.”
Fall River – which winds through town and stays at a constant 87 degrees throughout the year – is only one of the natural vistas on display on the race course. From the top of each set of stairs runners and walkers get panoramic views of the surrounding areas as well as the many historic buildings that populate Hot Springs, including the Battle Mountain Sanitarium (currently a VA Medical Center).
With numerous hotels and bed and breakfasts to provide lodging, nearby natural attractions like Wind Cave National Park and Mammoth Site a short drive away, plenty of art shops and local restaurants lining the main drag in downtown, and the one-of-a-kind Evans Plunge Mineral Springs (an indoor natural mineral water pool) for playing and race recovery, Climb Hot Springs serves as an ideal excuse to make a trip to this hidden South Dakota gem for a relaxing vacation weekend (after you’ve climbed all 657 steps that is).
For more information visit http://climbhotsprings.com/
Last Modified: 10-13-2017-08:48:05