Burn Beetle Burn! The beetle burn is back in Custer

It's a five year tradition in the small town of Custer. So what brings hundreds of folks out of their winter slumber in the middle of a snow storm?

Saturday marks the one year anniversary of Donald Trump's presidency. While some people were celebrating this milestone, others were calling for his impeachment.

Snow will gradually end from northwest to southeast. The highest accumulations will remain southeast of the Black Hills.

Some feathery friends made a visit to Jolly Lane Greenhouse Saturday.

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