Matt Haugen took his oath of office as Jackson County Sheriff on Monday, April 17.
Matt Haugen took his oath of office as Jackson County Sheriff on Monday, April 17.  
​As a Dakota Assemblies representative for the education and entertainment of local elementary students, Arch Ellwein portrayed Teddy Roosevelt, Thursday, April 20, in the Philip gymnasium.
“I’m an actor. I portray Teddy Roosevelt.
Students and advisor from Wall High School who attended the SDSCA State Convention included the following: Ronda Wilson, Advisor, Savana Johnston, Carter Elshere, Cass Lytle, Sierra Wilson, , Cash Wilson, Shelby Ruland, Cooper Jo McLaughlin, Bradan McDonnell, Andrew Law, Samantha Deutscher, Abby Moon, Tack Tines, Jenna Elshere, Malcom Heathershaw, Kohl Sandal
Wall High School attended the 30th Annual State Convention of the South Dakota Student Council Association (SDSCA) which was held in Rapid City, SD on April 9 – April 11, 2017.
​The current building housing the St. Patrick’s Church in Wall was completed in 1977.
St. Patrick’s Church in Wall is holding a 100-year celebration, Sunday, April 23. A free-will dinner is set for 11:00 a.m. through 1:00 p.m. in the church, 701 Norris Street, Wall.  
Town Board Vice President Derek Flom, center, and Board Trustee Dakota Fosheim, right, accept a plaque from Brad Wilson, South Dakota Municipal League workers’ compensation fund administrator.
The city of Midland was honored for 30 years of membership with the South Dakota Municipal League Workers’ Compensation Fund.  
Valburg inside his plane
“I may not be able to corral cattle from the air, but I can sure drive and round them up!” says Bill Valburg local farmer, rancher and pilot.
Matt Haugen took his oath of office as Jackson County Sheriff on Monday, April 17.
​As a Dakota Assemblies representative for the education and entertainment of local elementary students, Arch Ellwein portrayed Teddy Roosevelt, Thursday, April 20, in the Philip gymnasium.
Students and advisor from Wall High School who attended the SDSCA State Convention included the following: Ronda Wilson, Advisor, Savana Johnston, Carter Elshere, Cass Lytle, Sierra Wilson, , Cash Wilson, Shelby Ruland, Cooper Jo McLaughlin, Bradan McDonnell, Andrew Law, Samantha Deutscher, Abby Moon, Tack Tines, Jenna Elshere, Malcom Heathershaw, Kohl Sandal
​The current building housing the St. Patrick’s Church in Wall was completed in 1977.
Town Board Vice President Derek Flom, center, and Board Trustee Dakota Fosheim, right, accept a plaque from Brad Wilson, South Dakota Municipal League workers’ compensation fund administrator.
Valburg inside his plane

New doctor at Philip Health Services

Matt Haugen took his oath of office as Jackson County Sheriff on Monday, April 17.
Matt Haugen took his oath of office as Jackson County Sheriff on Monday, April 17.   Haugen began his career in law enforcement 15 years ago in Custer County as a deputy sheriff in the reserve program, on a volunteer basis following 9-11.   “Like several people, 9-11 was an awakening for me,” said...
​As a Dakota Assemblies representative for the education and entertainment of local elementary students, Arch Ellwein portrayed Teddy Roosevelt, Thursday, April 20, in the Philip gymnasium.
“I’m an actor. I portray Teddy Roosevelt. Thus, I become Teddy Roosevelt for just a little while,” said Arch Ellwein as he launched into a Dakota Assemblies program for local elementary students in the Philip gymnasium, Thursday, April 20.   Ellwein made it up close and personal for the audience....
Students and advisor from Wall High School who attended the SDSCA State Convention included the following: Ronda Wilson, Advisor, Savana Johnston, Carter Elshere, Cass Lytle, Sierra Wilson, , Cash Wilson, Shelby Ruland, Cooper Jo McLaughlin, Bradan McDonnell, Andrew Law, Samantha Deutscher, Abby Moon, Tack Tines, Jenna Elshere, Malcom Heathershaw, Kohl Sandal
Wall High School attended the 30th Annual State Convention of the South Dakota Student Council Association (SDSCA) which was held in Rapid City, SD on April 9 – April 11, 2017. The SDSCA Convention included 916 students and advisors from 62 high schools across the state. SDSCA Executive Director,...
​The current building housing the St. Patrick’s Church in Wall was completed in 1977.
St. Patrick’s Church in Wall is holding a 100-year celebration, Sunday, April 23. A free-will dinner is set for 11:00 a.m. through 1:00 p.m. in the church, 701 Norris Street, Wall.   One hundred years ago, before a building was established in Wall for a Catholic congregation, three mission priests...

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