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Donations to Country Cupboard food pantry
Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Creighton and First Ev. Lutheran Church, Wall, did a community service project in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, which led to the beginnings of the Lutheran Church of today. They decided to help out the local food pantry so they nicknamed their...
Back row, from left: Kellie Nixon, Loree Thompson, Chapman Ham, Marilyn Huether, Lorrie Geigle; front row from left: Frances Poste, Janet Lurz, Mary Jane Doyle, Loretta White and Carol Hahn.
On Thursday, August 31, 2017, First Interstate Bank Wall hosted a noon luncheon in an effort to raise funds for the Meals on Wheels program. The First Interstate BancSystem Foundation challenged its employees during the third quarter to participate in a Neighbors feeding Neighbors event, and...
Sad & Lonesome Band performing at Wall in the Fall
The second annual Wall in the Fall event was a huge success. There were over 20 booths that provided a wide range of activities including; wreath decorating, pop-the-pumpkin, bean bag toss, ring toss, a bake sale, and much more! The Sad and Lonesome Boys preformed live, classic country music for...
​Though the rest of the annual event had to be moved indoors because of cold and windy weather, the starting off of the five kilometer walk was still led by many of the attending cancer survivors.
Seven fundraising teams and over 100 other people participated in the Quad County American Cancer Society Relay For Life event held in Wall Oct. 15, in conjunction with Wall in the Fall.   More than $27,000 was raised to support the American Cancer Society’s mission of saving lives from cancer....
Andrew Buns is the newest South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper to be based out of Wall.
Andrew Buns is the newest South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper to be based out of Wall.   Of the squads within District Three, which is overseen from Rapid City, Buns is in the Badlands Squad led by Sergeant Slade Ross, Philip.   “What attracted me to law enforcement is the fact that every day is...
Friday night, the Wall Eagles faced the Rapid City Christian Comets.    The Eagles received the opening kick and had their drive stall out and had to punt. After a lot of back and forth from both teams, the Eagles finally broke lose in the first quarter when Jacob Bielmaier found Bradan McDonnell...
The dedication of the Wall School District’s outdoor athletic facility included volunteers holding up a huge American flag, as well as a slightly smaller South Dakota state flag.
A program dedicating Wall School District’s new outdoor athletic complex and honoring veterans was held preceeding the home high school football game, Friday, Aug. 25.   “Flags Honoring America” included approximately 40 volunteers holding over their heads a huge American flag on the football field...
Cash Wilson, a junior at  Wall High School, stands behind his hard work, accomplishments, and earnings from this summer. Pictured are his winnings since the first week of June 2017: two saddles, nine buckles, and a set of spurs.
Within the past two years, saddle bronc riding has gained a new competitor, Cash Wilson, a local Wall cowboy.   Wilson began riding saddle broncs during his freshman year of high school. Several of his close family members, who have all participated in the sport of rodeo, have played an important...
Everybody Walks! SD @Wall walkers pose outside the West River Electric Association building before starting their July 24th two-mile walk. Back row, from left: Maverick Ruland, Pruitt Ruland, Miranda Ruland, Melanie Shull, Aimee Paulsen, Susie Kjerstad Radigan, Jackie Heathershaw, Meghan Patterson...
The Wall Community Center post-remodel project.
On Aug. 7, 1984, the small town of Wall, was destined for change.   It was on this day, 33 years ago, that commander of the Carroll McDonald American Legion Post #246, William Bielmaier, signed an agreement with the city of Wall, allowing the city to take over the ownership of the Legion building...

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